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Wombat Woo Woo Wombat Woo Woo

Trainer John and Chris Ledger
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Colour Bay/Brown
Age/Sex 4yo Mare
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Foal Date 27/08/2008
Sire More Than Ready (USA)
Dam Super Seleccion (CAN)
Sire of Dam Seattle Slew (USA)
Career Last 10 Results Season Rating ROI
10:1-0-0 0:0-0-0 0 10%

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Sire of Dam: Seattle Slew (USA)

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Randomized trial of effect of bifocal and prismatic bifocal spectacles on myopic progression: two-year results

Affiliation

  • 1 School of Optometry, Faculty of Health and Vision Improvement Domain, Queensland University ofTechnology, Brisbane, Australia. . [email protected]
  • PMID: 20065211
  • DOI: 10.1001/archophthalmol.2009.332

Randomized trial of effect of bifocal and prismatic bifocal spectacles on myopic progression: two-year results

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Affiliation

  • 1 School of Optometry, Faculty of Health and Vision Improvement Domain, Queensland University ofTechnology, Brisbane, Australia. . [email protected]
  • PMID: 20065211
  • DOI: 10.1001/archophthalmol.2009.332

Abstract

Objective: To determine whether bifocal and prismatic bifocal spectacles could control myopia in children with high rates of myopic progression.

Methods: This was a randomized controlled clinical trial. One hundred thirty-five (73 girls and 62 boys) myopic Chinese Canadian children (myopia of > or =1.00 diopters [D]) with myopic progression of at least 0.50 D in the preceding year were randomly assigned to 1 of 3 treatments: (1) single-vision lenses (n = 41), (2) +1.50-D executive bifocals (n = 48), or (3) +1.50-D executive bifocals with a 3-prism diopters base-in prism in the near segment of each lens (n = 46).

Main outcome measures: Myopic progression measured by an automated refractor under cycloplegia and increase in axial length (secondary) measured by ultrasonography at 6-month intervals for 24 months. Only the data of the right eye were used.

Results: Of the 135 children (mean age, 10.29 years [SE, 0.15 years]; mean visual acuity, -3.08 D [SE, 0.10 D]), 131 (97%) completed the trial after 24 months. Myopic progression averaged -1.55 D (SE, 0.12 D) for those who wore single-vision lenses, -0.96 D (SE, 0.09 D) for those who wore bifocals, and -0.70 D (SE, 0.10 D) for those who wore prismatic bifocals. Axial length increased an average of 0.62 mm (SE, 0.04 mm), 0.41 mm (SE, 0.04 mm), and 0.41 mm (SE, 0.05 mm), respectively. The treatment effect of bifocals (0.59 D) and prismatic bifocals (0.85 D) was significant (P Conclusions: Bifocal lenses can moderately slow myopic progression in children with high rates of progression after 24 months. APPLICATIONS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: Bifocal spectacles may be considered for slowing myopic progression in children with an annual progression rate of at least 0.50 D.

Bifocal lenses can moderately slow myopic progression in children with high rates of progression after 24 months. APPLICATIONS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: Bifocal spectacles may be considered for slowing myopic progression in children with an annual progression rate of at least 0.50 D. ]]>