aberrometer

ab·er·rom·e·ter

(ab'er-rom'ĕ-ter),
An instrument for measuring optic aberration or any error in experimentation.
[L. aberratio, aberration, + G. metron, measure]
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Eye Refract features a dual aberrometer that utilises technology that couples an automatic refraction measurement and a simultaneous iterative lens adjustment.
is set to release the Holos Barrett Intraocular Lens Formula, which will be available exclusively on the Holos IntraOp Wavefront Aberrometer mid-year, the company said.
This contract for the supply, installation, commissioning, training, maintenance, accessories of a refractive laser treatment of corneal topographer and coupled with a Aberrometer by retinoscopy for the ophthalmology department Hotel Dieu Nantes University Hospital (femtosecond laser associated excluded excimer laser in this market).
Higher order aberrations (HOAs) were measured with aberrometer (Wavelight allegro analyzer version 1073) during preoperative assessment and one month after surgery.
This aberrometer uses an optical system that images the wave front located at the eye's entrance pupil into an array of microscopic lenslets that divide the beam of light exiting the eye into many smaller beams that are focused as tiny spots on a video sensor.
Objective accommodation measurements in prepresbyopic eyes using an autorefractor and an aberrometer.
A ray-tracing wavefront aberrometer then provides a detailed analysis of the eye.
At the heart of the reference is the alphabetically arranged product directory, which begins with aberrometer, ophthalmic and ends with 5-amp-phosphate release (colorimetric).
This facility develops and manufactures the iDesign portion of the iLASIK system, iDesign is the WaveFront aberrometer that produces three-dimensional eye mapping for generating the corrective prescriptions used in the iLASIK laser correction procedure.
The WASCA[R] aberrometer, which is linked to the MEL-80[R] system, is the one with the higher resolution available, (46) and let us quantify these aberrations and then to input that information into the laser to treat them.
He has designed an instrument called an ocular aberrometer that measures optical flaws in the eye by sensing errors in optical wavefronts reflected from the retina.
this contract is for the supply, installation, commissioning, training, maintenance, accessories of a refractive laser treatment of corneal topographer coupled with a and aberrometer by retinoscopy for the ophthalmology department of the Htel Dieu Nantes University Hospital (femtosecond laser associated with the excimer laser excluded from this) market.