A new device for those interested in offering myopia management services may reduce chair time and save space in your practice by performing three ocular measurements at once, manufacturer Oculus says. The Myopia Master can measure axial length, refraction and central corneal radii, eliminating the need to have a separate device for axial length measurement as is typical now. 

The device uses interferometry to perform the various measurements and the same axial measurement function used in the company’s Pentacam AXL. While traditional refraction tests are prone to fluctuation from day-to-day changes in visual acuity and measurement variability, the Myopia Master produces reproducible results not influenced by the accommodation status of the eyes, the company says. 

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