Dead characters cannot benefit from normal or magical healing, but they can be restored to life via magic. A dead body decays normally unless magically preserved, but magic that restores a dead character to life also restores the body either to full health or to its condition at the time of death (depending on the spell or device). Either way, resurrected characters need not worry about rigor mortis, decomposition, and other conditions that affect dead bodies. Deafened A deafened character cannot hear. She takes a -4 penalty on initiative checks, automatically fails Listen checks, and has a 20 chance of spell failure when casting spells with verbal components. Characters who remain deafened for a long time grow accustomed to these drawbacks and can overcome some of them. Disabled A character with 0 hit points, or one who has negative hit points but has become stable and conscious, is disabled. A disabled character may take a single move action or standard action each round (but not both, nor can she take full-round actions ).
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Any confused character who is attacked automatically attacks its attackers on its next turn, as long as it is still confused when its turn comes. A confused character does not make attacks of opportunity against any creature that it is not already devoted to attacking (either statement because of its most recent action or because it has just been attacked). Cowering The character is frozen in fear and can take no actions. A cowering character takes a -2 penalty to Armor Class and loses her Dexterity bonus (if any). Dazed The creature is unable to act normally. A dazed creature can take no actions, but has no penalty. A dazed condition typically lasts 1 round. Dazzled The creature is unable to see well because of overstimulation of the eyes. A dazzled creature takes a -1 penalty on attack rolls, search checks, and Spot checks. Dead The characters hit points are reduced to -10, his Constitution drops to 0, or he is killed outright by a spell or effect. The characters soul leaves his body.
Blown Away, depending on its size, a creature can be blown away by winds of high velocity. A creature on the ground that is blown away is knocked down and rolls 1d4 10 feet, taking 1d4 points of nonlethal damage per 10 feet. A flying creature that is blown away is blown back 2d6 10 feet and takes 2d6 points of nonlethal damage due to battering and buffering. Checked, prevented from achieving forward motion by an applied force, such as wind. Checked creatures on the ground merely stop. Checked flying creatures move back a distance specified in the description of the effect. Confused, a confused characters actions are determined by rolling d at the beginning of his turn: 01-10, attack caster with melee or ranged weapons (or close with caster if attacking is not possible 11-20, act normally; 21-50, do nothing but babble incoherently; 51-70, flee away. A confused character who cant carry out the indicated action does nothing but babble incoherently. Attackers are not at any special advantage when attacking a confused character.
Blinded, the character cannot see. He takes a -2 penalty to Armor Class, loses his Dexterity bonus to ac (if any moves at half speed, and takes a -4 penalty. Search checks and on most Strength- and Dexterity-based skill checks. All checks and activities that rely on vision (such as reading and. Spot checks) automatically fail. All opponents are considered to have total concealment (50 working miss chance) to the blinded character. Characters who remain blinded for a long time grow accustomed to these drawbacks and can overcome some of them.
Lost points return at a rate of 1 per day unless noted otherwise by the condition dealing the damage. A character with Strength 0 falls to the ground and is helpless. A character with Dexterity 0 is paralyzed. A character with Constitution 0 is dead. A character with Intelligence, wisdom, or Charisma 0 is unconscious. Ability damage is different from penalties to ability scores, which go away when the conditions causing them go away. The character has permanently lost 1 or more ability score points. The character can regain drained points only through magical means.
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A number of tools have been developed to assist with this work: eye care service assessment tool; tool for assessment of rehabilitation services and systems; tool for the assessment of diabetes and diabetic retinopathy. Who also works with Collaborating Centers and Non-State Actors in Official Relations to help deliver technical support to member States. In addition, who is currently developing a world report on vision, which is expected to be launched towards the end of 2018. Other priority areas of work include the prevention and management of diabetic retinopathy and the building of human resource capacities for eye care. References (1) bourne rra, flaxman sr, braithwaite t, cicinelli mv, das a, jonas jb,.; Vision Loss Expert Group. Magnitude, temporal trends, and projections resume of the global prevalence of blindness and distance and near vision impairment: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
(2) World fail health Organization, Global Data on Visual Impairments 2010, 2012 (3) bourne rra, flaxman sr, braithwaite t, cicinelli mv, das a, jonas jb,.2017. Condition Summary : d20srd. Org, if more than one condition affects a character, apply them all. If certain effects cant combine, apply the most severe effect. Ability damaged, the character has temporarily lost 1 or more ability score points.
Overall, the prevalence of vision impairment worldwide has decreased since early estimates in the 1990s. This decrease is associated with: overall socioeconomic development; concerted public health action; increased availability of eye care services; awareness of the general population about solutions to the problems related to vision impairment (surgery, refraction devices, etc.). However it is estimated that the number of people with vision impairment could triple due to population growth and ageing. For example, by 2050 there could be 115 million people who are blind, up from.5 million in 2020 (3). The global response to prevent blindness.
Globally, more than 80 of all vision impairment can be prevented or cured. Areas of progress over the last 25 years include: governments established national programmes and regulations to prevent and control vision impairment; eye care services increasingly available and progressively integrated into primary and secondary health care systems, with a focus on the provision of services that. Data over the last 25 years shows that there has been significant progress in preventing and curing vision impairment in many countries. The substantial reduction in onchocerciasis- and trachoma-related blindness is part of a significant reduction in the disease distribution and has substantially reduced the burden resulting from these infectious diseases. This has been achieved through a number of successful international public-private partnerships. Who response, wHO's work is guided by the. Universal eye health: a global action plan, approved by the world health Assembly in 2013, with the aim of achieving a measurable reduction of 25 of avoidable visual impairments by 2019. Who has coordinated a number of regional workshops to enable member States to share lessons learned and monitor progress against the action plan. In this regard, who supports Member States to undertake assessments and develop policies and plans to improve access to quality comprehensive eye care services.
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People your aged 50 and over 81 of all people who are blind or have moderate to severe vision impairment are aged 50 years and above. With an increasing population of older people, more people will be at risk of vision impairment due to chronic eye diseases. Children below age. An estimated 19 million children are vision impaired. Of these, 12 million children have a vision impairment due to refractive error. Around.4 million have irreversible blindness, requiring access to vision rehabilitation services to optimize functioning and reduce disability (2). Changes over the last twenty years.
The summary database, if there are any questions, comments or corrections regarding these summaries, please. Contact Us and reference, the summary of Criminal Prosecutions and the specific case you are seeking further information. Definitions, vision function is classified in 4 broad categories, according to the International Classification of Diseases evil -10 (Update and revision 2006 normal vision moderate vision impairment severe vision impairment blindness. Moderate vision impairment combined with severe vision impairment are grouped under the term low vision: low vision taken together with blindness represents all vision impairment. The causes of visual impairment, according to recent estimates, the major global causes of moderate to severe vision impairment are (1) : uncorrected refractive errors, 53 un-operated cataract, 25 age-related macular degeneration 4 glaucoma, 2 diabetic retinopathy. The major causes of blindness are: un-operated cataract 35 uncorrected refractive error 21 glaucoma. Who is at risk?
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