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Putting the Eye Into the Equation

Available from: 1/05/2019

Where to publish: mivision publication and www.mivision.com.au

Provider: Mivision

Contact: Nikki Byrne, [E] nikki@mivision.com.au, [P] 02 8336 8616

Learning Objectives

  • 1. To understand the way a lens is calculated at present.
  • 2. To understand that the individual eye structure has an impact upon the way a lens design reaches the retina
  • 3. To appreciate that whilst Higher Order Aberration cannot be fully compensated, measuring and compensating for the patients individual HOA will produce better patient comfort than using a physiological model with average HOA and pupil size.

Max points awarded: 2.00

Session Information

Name
Putting the Eye Into the Equation
Activity Type
Independent Learning with Assessment
Therapeutic?
No
Manufacturer/Supplier?
No
Points for attending & Passing Assessment
2.00

NameActivity TypeTherapeutic?Manufacturer/
Supplier?
Points for attending &
Passing Assessment
Putting the Eye Into the EquationIndependent Learning with AssessmentNoNo2.00

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Understand the way a lens is currently calculated,
  2. Understand that the individual eye structure has an impact upon the way a lens design reaches the retina, and
  3. Appreciate that while higher order aberration (HOA) cannot be fully compensated, measuring and compensating for the patient’s individual HOA will produce better patient comfort than using a physiological model with average HOA and pupil size.