Low Vision Aid

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Low vision is partial loss of sight and it can cause disabilities by significantly interfering with one's ability to function independently, to perform activities of daily living, and/or to travel safely through the environment. The loss of sight is incurable and conventional optical correction fails to work. In this type of situation patient becomes visually handicap and his/her personal and socioeconomic independence is lost. We can impart visual rehabilitation by utilizing the patient’s residual vision to overcome his/her impairment. We have all types of optical and non-Optical Low Vision Aids including - Illuminated And Non-Illuminated Magnifiers, Video Magnifier, Telescopes, Prismatic Half-eye, Filter Glass, CCTV, Visors, Prisms, Low Vision Telescopes, Near Vision Telescope, Distance Vision Telescope, Directory Reader, Fresnel Lens, Handheld Magnifier, Stand Magnifier, Pocket Magnifier, UV Shields, Flex Arm Lamps, Caps, Typoscopes, Keeler LVA, Ruler Magnifier. Depending on the patient’s requirement, we also provide rehabilitation training along with Low Vision Aids.

  Common Causes Of Low Vision



  • Retinitis pigmentosa
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Macular degeneration
  • Optic atrophy
  • Colour blindness
  • Cataract
  • Albinism
  • Glaucoma
  • Hemianopia
  • Achromatopsia
  • High myopia
  • Amblyopia

  If Low Vision Is Not Treated Then It Can Lead To



  • Visual impairment
  • Distance visual impairment
  • Near visual impairment
  • Central scotoma
  • Peripheral field loss
  • Contrast sensitivity
  • Difficulty in dark
  • Disability in watching television
  • Disability in working on computer
  • Difficulty in reading and/or writing
  • Difficulty in recognizing faces
  • Difficulty in mobility and orientation disability
  • Difficulty in identifying obstacles while moving
  • Mobility at night is a fearful event
  • Unable to move out in society
  • Loss of privacy
  • Loss of employment
  • Difficulty in discriminating colours
  • Lonely and away from friends
  • Handicap and unable to move without support

  Types Of Magnifiers



  • Spectacle mounted magnifiers- LVA Aspheric Spectacle, LVA Prismatic Spectacle, Stereo Eyeglass Magnifier, Spectacle Mounted Telescopes For Near, Intermediate And Distance Viewing.
  • Spectacle mounted magnifiers- LVA Aspheric Spectacle, LVA Prismatic Spectacle, Stereo Eyeglass Magnifier, Spectacle Mounted Telescopes For Near, Intermediate And Distance Viewing.
  • Magnifiers that can be held in the hand - Illuminated, Non-illuminated
  • Illuminated magnifiers on adjustable arms.
  • Pocket magnifier
  • Flat field magnifiers - directory reader, dome.
  • Fresnel book magnifier
  • Fresnel wallet magnifier
  • Stand magnifier
  • Video magnifier
  • Magnifier loop- eye loupe and head loupe
  • Hand held monocular

  Types Of Telescopes



  • Distance
  • Near
  • Monocular
  • Binocular

  Uses Of Telescopes



  • Monocular telescope is especially suited to independent travelling patients
  • Binocular telescopes are good for patients who are sedentary

  CCTV



CCTV or max is useful as it increases contrast & brightness along with magnification.

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