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Delivering Postural Flexibility for the PAL Wearer

1. What percentage of worldwide presbyopes are not corrected with progressive lenses?
2. Eye movement accuracy
3. Locked or frozen and uncomfortable head and neck postures can eventually lead to
4. This technology tests the lens performance in a virtual environment.
5. To attain postural flexibiity in a PAL lens, we need a lens design with
6. This percentage of office workers have neck and shoulder musculoskeletal disorders
7. Varilux Comfort Max is the result of a lens design evaluation that utilizes
8. Defined as a 1-degree angle variation vertically or horizontally, the Avatar model measures 495 _______needed to see a vision target sharply at a given distance.
9. The range of head motions available to the wearer while maintaining fixation on an object is
10. The useful vision zone of a lens is also referred to as
11. Visual behavior and needs of presbyopes differ by
12. Flex Optim technology, stretches useful vision zones by
13. Flex Optimum technology in the Varilux Comfort Max stretches the useful zone more than
14. With Varilux Comfort Max, patients can adopt this number of postures when looking at a computer or desktop screen
15. This places the wearer at the heart of the lens design conception
16. Mobiles or other visual display terminals used for a long time can put as much as ____ pounds of weight on your shoulders.
17. This is are caused by prolonged static neck postures
18. This number of people over 40 have not tried PALs
19. A main reason for not wearing PALs is
20. Wearer reported satisfaction rates in daily activities wearing Varilux Comfort Max
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.