IOLMASTER 700 Central Topography Workflow Study.
The use of ocular biometers like IOLMaster 700, is a common practice to identify several ocular parameters such as the keratometry of the cornea and the axial length of the eye, which are necessary for calculating the power of the intraocular lens in cataract surgery. However, the additional use of other devices, such as Cassini and Pentacam is used to obtain more information of the central topography of the eye. Recently, a new version of the IOLMaster 700 equipment that provides much more detailed information than in its previous version has been presented. The objective of this study is to measure the time that the new IOLMaster 700 takes to perform these measurements of the central topography and compare it with the time it takes using the central topography using the standard IOLMaster 700 version with Cassini on one hand and Pentacam on the other.
It is hypothesized that the use of the new version of the IOLMaster 700 equipment alone can reduce the time of measurements and improve the clinic workflow.
|Condition or Disease||Intervention/Treatment||Phase|
Arms and Interventions
All patients will be assigned to this cohort.
Device: IOLMaster 700 with central topography
The time needed to perform the measurement using the IOLMaster700 equipment with central topography will be recorded.
Device: IOLMaster 700 without central topography plus Cassini
The time needed to perform the measurement using the IOLMaster700 equipment without central topography plus the Cassini equipment will be recorded.
Device: IOLMaster 700 without central topography plus Pentacam
The time needed to perform the measurement using the IOLMaster700 equipment without central topography plus the Pentacam equipment will be recorded.
Primary Outcome Measures
- Time needed to do the measurements with each equipment [1 day (Cataract pre-surgery visit)]
Time needed to do the measurements with each equipment
Secondary Outcome Measures
- Central topography [1 day (Cataract pre-surgery visit)]
Measurement of keratometry (K): Flat Keratometry (K1) and Steep Keratometry (K2)
Patients that have to undergo a cataract surgery
Patients older than 50 years.
Patients that have already undergone a previous corneal surgery.
Patients suffering from keratoconus.
Patients exhibiting corneal scars
Patients exhibiting pterygium
Contacts and Locations
|1||OFTALVIST (Oftalmología Vistahermosa S.L.)||Jeréz de la Frontera||Cádiz||Spain||11407|
Sponsors and Collaborators
- OFTALVIST (Oftalmología Vistahermosa S.L)
- Principal Investigator: Ramón Ruiz Mesa., Doctor, OFTALVIST (Oftalmología Vistahermosa S.L)
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.