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bi·om·e·ter

(bī-om'ĕ-ter),
A device for measuring carbon dioxide given off by organisms and, hence, for determining the quantity of living matter present.
[bio- + G. metron, measure]

biometer

Physiology
A device used to measure CO2 generated by living tissues.
 
Pseudo-medicine
A type of “diagnostic” pendulum developed in the early 20th century by Dr Oscar Brunler and M Bovis; the biometer was used in psychometric analysis to detect energy waves said to emanate from all living beings.
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More recently the Aladdin biometer (Topcon, Tokyo, Japan) has become available for practitioners to use in a clinical setting.
8 million in 2013, compared to $10 million in 2012; the BioMeter value for Phase 1 products averaged $40 million in 2013 compared to $10 million in 2012; the BioMeter value for Phase 2 products was $47.
To provide an estimate of the annual variation in child solar UV radiation exposure at six sites in South Africa, the factor of 5% was applied to the daily ambient solar erythemal UV radiation as measured by the UV-B biometers for a typical year (in this case the year 2006).
Queremos agradecer a Laboratorios Quifarma por facilitarnos en calidad de prestamo y de forma desinteresada su equipo Biometer modelo 501, para su ubicacion temporal en El Retiro y en la Ciudad Universitaria de la Universidad de Antioquia durante el tiempo que duro el estudio.
Conclusion: Anterior segment parameters obtained by Aladdin optical biometer and Sirius anterior segment analysis system correlated well with each other and measurement differences between the devices were clinically negligible except for K1 values.
The only way to bring the CSR to desired 2000 surgeries per million in Africa (as envisaged in Vision 2020) is to establish permanent eye hospital with trained staff, necessary equipment like operating microscope, phacoemulsification machine and biometer and provision of IOL for all patients.
To measure C mineralisation (soil respiration), field-moist soil equivalent to 50 g of oven-dry soil was transferred to a biometer flask, wetted to field capacity with distilled water, and incubated at 20[degrees]C for 30 days.
New axial length algorithms and improved keratotometry are now available on the IOLMaster[R] non-contact biometer.
Laboratory Glassware Washing Machine 4 Optical Biometer 5 Dermatoscope (Hand End) With Video Photography 6 Intense Pulse Light
Despite a number of studies suggesting the relationship between axial length (AL) of the eye and thickness of GCIPL, (41) we could not assess the AL of the participants during this study due to the absence of an optical biometer in our clinic.