Contact Lenses, Diagnostic, Intraocular Pressure

Definition : Contact lenses designed to diagnose changes in intraocular pressure. These lenses typically consist of a disposable contact lens with an embedded sensor (e.g., a strain gauge) that detects changes in the curvature of the cornea as well as a wireless transmitter with an antenna. The transmitter sends signals with the detected variations to a wearable electronic recorder, usually during a 24-hour time period, including sleep time. The data stored in the recorder is then downloaded to a computer (e.g., personal computer) using a dedicated software that permits the analysis of the recorded data by an ophthalmologist. IOP contact lenses and recorders are mainly used to facilitate the diagnosis and evaluation of glaucoma.

Entry Terms : "Diagnostic Contact Lenses" , "Intraocular Pressure (IOP) Diagnostic Contact Lenses"

UMDC code : 28000

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