Predictors and a remedy for noncompliance with amblyopia therapy in children measured with the occlusion dose monitor.

@article{Loudon2006PredictorsAA,
  title={Predictors and a remedy for noncompliance with amblyopia therapy in children measured with the occlusion dose monitor.},
  author={Sjoukje E. Loudon and Maria Fronius and Caspar W. N. Looman and Musarat Awan and Brigitte Simonsz and Paul J. van der Maas and Huibert J. Simonsz},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 10},
  pages={4393-400}
}
PURPOSE Noncompliance is one of the limiting factors in the success of occlusion therapy for amblyopia. Electronic monitoring was used to investigate predictors of noncompliance, and, in a prospective randomized clinical trial, determined the effectiveness of an educational program. METHODS Compliance was measured electronically during 1 week every 3 months in 310 newly diagnosed amblyopic children. The family's demographic parameters and the child's clinical parameters were assessed for… CONTINUE READING

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