Evaluating the effectiveness of Spot Vision Screener photoscreener in vision screening of children ages 6-17
Protocol: STUDY00001417
Full Title
Evaluating the effectiveness of Spot Vision Screener photoscreener in vision screening of children ages 6-17
Description
We are looking for children age 6-17 for this research study. The purpose of this study is to find out if the Spot Vision Screener is effective in measuring vision in this age group.

Your child will participate in this study for one session, after their regularly scheduled eye exam.  We will use the Spot Vision Screener to take a picture of your child’s eyes. This process takes about 1 minute.  The device won't hurt them and it won't touch them at all. The study visit(s) take place with Dr. Andrew Reynold's team, Ross Eye Institute, 1176 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14209.

Compensation is not available for this study.

Technical Description

This is a prospective, single-blinded, non-randomized study that will evaluate the effectiveness of photoscreeners in children aged 6-17 years. We will specifically compare photoscreening data to the gold standard of a comprehensive eye exam performed by a fellowship trained pediatric ophthalmologist.
Compensation: No
Eligibility
Age 6-17 Scheduled for a regular eye exam at the Ross Eye Institute
Age Group: Children
Principal Investigator: Andrew Reynolds
Contact(s)
SHARON MICHALOVIC
sab1@buffalo.edu
+1 716-881-7975
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