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Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science
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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Dec 2014
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Relations of Visual Perception and Hand Dexterity using Computer Keyboard
Roh, Hyo-Lyun ; Kang, Shin-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 209~215
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.209
Purpose. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between typing speed required dexterity of hand and visual perception. Method. We studied 50 people who were not experience of hand injury in K university. Typing speed, hand dexterity and visual perception were measured using purdue pegboard test, MVPT-3 and 'Cheongsando' in Hancom typing program. Results analysis was used Pearson correlation coefficient of the SPSS 10.0. Result. In this study, the typing speed showed a positive correlation with the figure ground, but there was no correlation visual closure and visual discrimination. Conclusion. Typing speed was correlated with hand dexterity and figure ground. Therefore, utilizing a computer keyboard at treatment can be expected to enhance hand function and visual perception.
A Research on Career Awareness of the Students Majoring in Department of Optometry in Gyeongnam Area
Kim, Bong-Hwan ; Han, Sun-Hee ; Hwang, Ji-Hyeon ; Park, Min-Ji ; Jang, Yeong-Hee ; Park, Eun-Hee ; Kim, Hak-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 216~222
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.216
Purpose. The purpose of this study was to investigate career awareness of the students majoring in optometry in Gyeongnam area so that it could be used as a database to educate them on their career. Methods. The graduates of the Department of Optometry in 6 universities of Gyeongnam area were surveyed through a questionnaire. Results. Most of their motive for entering Department of Optometry was for 'finding a job(38%), while at the time of entrance, most of them (55%) thought 'optician' as their job after graduation. Now most of them are the expectant graduate and they still think 'optician' as their job(54%). The biggest reason why they think of this career was 'aptitude(34%),' and most of them wanted their first monthly wage as less than '1.5 million won (46%).' For the desired work time, most of them said 'less than 10 hours a day (73%),' and they have been figured out to want '2 days off a week and monthly paid holiday (35%).' For the questions asking any improvements that are needed for department of Optometry, they (32%) answered 'equipments that are old or in short.' For the question asking if they are willing to choose optical task even if they entered a company that is irrelevant with it, most of them (37%) said they will if the conditions work, and the other 37% said they didn't know. Conclusions. The cooperation among universities and the field and their interest are required so that the students of the Department of Optometry would be able to work with pride as a professional to improve social welfare.
The Analysis of the State of Successful Refractive Surgery's Eye
Jang, Woo-Yeong ; Lee, Jeong-Yeong ; Park, Jeong-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 223~230
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.223
Purpose. Scheduled calibration of refractive error's have various refractive surgery, and a side effect of post refractive surgery for refractive errors's before refractive surgery, by analyzing the eye condition of the refractive error's good state, it tries to increase the satisfaction of refractive error's refractive surgery. Methods. In response to 60 people preoperative data 20-30 generations of age, were analyzed for eye conditions. Results. IOP, thickness of the cornea, liquid leakage amount inspection, the corneal endothelium inspection, the size of the pupil, have been conducted auto refraction test and showed a numerical value in most normal range. Conclusion. Surgery can be of individual differences of patients, it is difficult to define the full normal range, to the surgery based on the case of this study, the side effects of patients after surgery is expected to be prevention.
An Effect of Group Art Therapy on Adolescents' with Learning Disabilities - Focusing on Improvement of Self-esteem and Sociability -
Lim, Hyeon-Hui ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 231~238
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.231
Purpose. This study examines the effects of improving students self-esteem and sociability by conducting a Group Art Therapy Program for students with learning disabilities. This study focused on three students with learning disabilities, attending B middle school special education class located in K county. The study was conducted for two hours once a week (Friday) at B middle school during special education class from May 2, 2014 to July 18, 2014. Methods. For the tools of studying, Self-esteem and social strip forms/rubrics were filled, by students', before and after and data processing was inspected, paired t-Test using the SPSS / WIN (Ver.18.0) for quantitative analysis. Also, on the basis of content, analyzed data of the individuals' self-esteem social changes are shown in graph format. In addition, this qualitative study shows before and after of dynamic house, tree, person (K-H, T, P), dynamic family (KFD), dynamic school life of search phase (4-6 sessions) significant improvement of self-esteem and sociability in adolescents' with learning disabilities influenced by conducting a Group Art Therapy Program. Results. The result of this study can be summarized as follows. First, Group Art Therapy Program shows a statistically significant difference (p<.05) showing that self esteem average is 2.04 before Group Art Therapy Intervention but self esteem average is 2.92 after Group Art Therapy Intervention. Second, as a result of social strip pre-post, there wasn't statistically significant difference compared to self esteem pre-post result, although, post examination's average level was enhanced after Group Art Therapy Program in difference examination.(p>.05). Third, as a result of analysis the indicated pre-post change of Students' pre-post dynamic house, tree, person (HTP), dynamic family (KFD), a dynamic school daily life (KSD), students' family and interpersonal relationships, self-concept shows statistical significant changes. Conclusion. As the result of this study, Group Art Therapy Program shows effective improvement in students' self-esteem and social skills learning disabilities. However, a future study on larger and more diverse group of students' with learning disabilities are advised to be conducted in order to better understand the significance of the Group Art Therapy Program.
Analysis of Refractive Error according to Aging in Young Children in South Korea
Kim, Douk-Hoon ; Kim, Dae-Nyoun ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 239~246
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.239
Purpose. to describe the prevalence of refractive error according to aging in young children in South Korea. Methods : From July 2013 to June 2014, five hundred subjects( 250 male subjects, 250 female subjects; aged between 7 and 12 years) were performed in refraction test using the Auto-Refraction. Myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and anisometropia were defined as spherical equivalent(SE)
D, cylinder error
D and SE difference
D between binocular eyes, respectively. Results. The refractive error by spherical equivalent among all subjects was myopia 80.41%, astigmatism 44.89%, emmetropia 18.27%, anisometropia 16.92%, and hyperopia 1.32%. The prevalence of myopia increased with age. but hyperopia was decrease. Myopia and astigmatism were much more common in male than females although the difference was not statically significant. Emmetropia and hyperopia were much more common in female than males although the difference was not statically significant. The prevalence of spherical equivalent was much common from -1.00 diopter to 0.99 diopter. On the other hand, the prevalence of myopia was much more than hyperopia. There was a statistical significance between 9 year and 10 year of female in the spherical equivalent power(p>0.05). In all another group of age, there was not a statistical significance as aging in spherical equivalent power(p>0.5). However, there was a statistical significance between male and female as age in the spherical equivalent power(P>0.01). Conclusions: Myopia was the most common refractive error in Korea young children, while hyperopia was decreased after 7 years. There was a statistical significance as age between male and female at spherical equivalent power(P> 0.01). these results suggested that the analysis of the refractive error as age at young children can give the useful diagnosis data for the correction of visual function.
Related Factors of Physical Activity in Rural Elderly Chronic Disease
Peak, Hyun-Hee ; Kim, Jeong-Ja ;
Journal of Korean Clinical Health Science, volume 2, issue 4, 2014, Pages 247~255
DOI : 10.15205/kschs.2014.2.4.247
Purpose. This study is based on physical and mental health and physical activity differences in Practice rate each physical activity according to the body to target the 319 people who live in rural areas of 65 and older who have chronic diseases Practice rate activities, general characteristics of chronic diseases, elderly differences in physical activity and investigate the factors that influence. Methods. Physical activity Practice rate was used for descriptive statistics. Each physical activity Practice rate in accordance with the general characteristics of the rural elderly chronic disease were independent T test and One-way ANOVA test. To evaluate the factors influencing the physical activity was the multiple logistic regression analysis. Results. Results of physical activity practice was the most flexibility exercise was walking then, Practice rate each physical activity in accordance with the general characteristics of the elderly are tangible and physical activity radish age, housing type, education level, health insurance part statistically significant were different. Physical health status according to the presence or absence of physical activity showed a significant difference in daily life activities and limited mental health differences were not significant. Factors affecting the physical activity of the elderly with chronic diseases appeared to limit the presence and activities of daily living. Conclusions. As well there is no activity restrictions can be more physically active everyday life well. It is suggested that it is important to approach everyday life, I can help eliminate the factors that independently giving limits on the activities of the elderly with chronic diseases.