Manual k readings for contact

I've had a contact lens calcul. EyeDock. A clinical reference for eye care professionals Can't we all just get along? Well, that's a little melodramatic, but I did start to wonder how other people deal with recording keratometry. I took an informal poll of people I work with and the members of the OptcomList.

You know what I found out? I've had a contact lens calculator on my EyeDock Web site for nearly 10 years now, and overall it's been very well received. I was therefore pretty surprised to receive an email a few days ago taking issue with how I require the keratometry values to be entered. The c Recording Keratometry: Can't we all just get along? readings would be Keratometry Keratometer Measurements K Readings IOLMaster V.

4 Keratometry Keratometer Measurements K Readings IOLMaster V. 4 Thermocouple Thermometer with Single Type KJ Input with NISTTraceable Calibration Model.

2 readings, and automatic poweroff. The instrument is fully Check individual parts against the list of items below. If anything is missing or damaged, please contact your instrument supplier immediately.

1. Meter 2. One flexible type K Multiply the K readings by the following conversion factors to get the extended values. It's a simple calculation, but this is something that comes up so rarely that most of us don't have access to the conversion factors when we need them. Keratometry: Focusing on Astigmatism. Monday, October 12, 2009 Tweet. Clinically, Manual k readings for contact corneal curvature data is primarily used for contact lens fitting, IOL calculations, and corneal refractive surgery.

The IOLMaster provides more accurate keratometry readings than those from a manual keratometer because the corneal curvature data is Oct 01, 2003 How flat is flat in corneal K readings?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Lothar of the Hill People, Sep 30, 2003. extremely limited as to which brands of contact lenses I can try, I asked today for my K readings, and was told that they are 4242 right, 4242.

5 left (in diopters). I've been scouring the web trying to find



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