Priority 4 from the Sight Loss and Vision PSP Childhood Disorders

UNCERTAINTY: Can the treatment of amblyopia be improved to produce better short and long term outcomes than are possible with current treatments? (JLA PSP Priority 4)
Overall ranking 4
JLA question ID 0014c/4
Explanatory note No relevant systematic reviews identified at the time of the PSP
Evidence None identified
Health Research Classification System category Eye
Extra information provided by this PSP
Original uncertainty examples None available
Systematic reviews that need updating or extending None identified
Ongoing controlled trials

Amblyopia and neurovascular coupling in the retina of humans NCT00312390

Recovery from amblyopia with cholinesterase inhibitors NCT01584076

I-BiT - evaluation of a novel binocular treatment system (I-BiTTM) in children with amblyopia I-BiT NCT01702727

Submitted by Clinicians
Outcomes to be measured Management and or change of symptoms; adverse effects or complications; acceptability to patients or carers; time to return to work or normal activity; time in hospital and or needing health or social care services; health related quality of life; and costs
PSP information
PSP unique ID 0014c
PSP name Sight Loss and Vision - Childhood Onset Eye Disorders
Total number of uncertainties identified by this PSP. 69  (To see a full list of all uncertainties identified, please see the detailed spreadsheet held on the JLA website)
Date of priority setting workshop April and May 2013