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Table 3 CVS symptoms and the correlation with the gender

From: Prevalence rate of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and computer vision syndrome (CVS) symptoms predisposition among digital device users of Bangladesh

CVS symptoms Gender
Male Female p-value
N Percentage N Percentage
Dry eyes
 No effect 39 20% 52 26% 0.094
 Mild 32 16% 22 11%
 Moderate 25 13% 24 12%
 Severe 3 2% 0 0%
Red and Irritated eyes
 No effect 37 19% 39 20% 0.935
 Mild 32 16% 28 14%
 Moderate 21 11% 21 11%
 Severe 9 5% 10 5%
Neck and Shoulder pain
 No effect 27 14% 35 18% 0.591
 Mild 33 17% 25 13%
 Moderate 30 15% 26 13%
 Severe 9 5% 12 6%
Headache
 No effect 33 17% 38 19% 0.589
 Mild 37 19% 31 16%
 Moderate 19 10% 21 11%
 Severe 10 4% 8 5%
Eye strain and feeling tired
 No effect 20 10% 43 22% 0.018*
 Mild 38 19% 22 11%
 Moderate 34 17% 24 12%
 Severe 7 4% 9 9%
Blurred vision
 No effect 36 18% 33 17% 0.832a
 Mild 47 24% 55 28%
 Moderate 15 8% 18 4%
 Severe 1 1% 2 1%
  1. ap-value less than 0.05 has been considered as statistically significant
  2. *Correlation is significant in the spearman-Pearson correlation coefficient at the p = 0.05 level (2-tail)