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Keratometer (Model : KMS 6)

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Primary application:
• Keratometers (also known as ophthalmometers) is designed to measure the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea, particularly for determining the presence, extent, and axis of astigmatism (an error of refraction in the eye due to the cornea being unequally curved in different directions, so that rays of light in different meridians cannot be brought to focus together on the retina).
• It actually measures the radius of curvature in millimetres but typically displays it in dioptres.
• It is used mainly for contact lens fitting , to monitor corneal changes produced through the wear of contact lenses,and for intraocular lens power determination prior to cataract surgery.

Product Description:
• Instrument in focus to coincide the mires.
• It is to be tilted at correct cylinder axis
• K 1 Instrument in focus and horizontal meridian is coincided by rotating horizontal knob
• K 2 Instrument in focus vertical meridian is coincided by rotating vertical knob

Features and Specifications:
• Coincidence focusing system with positive measurement
• One position instrument and measures both meridians without changing the optical system
• Two way adjustable chin and head rests
• Positive fixation permits rapid measurement of central corneal thickness
• Achromatic lenses
• Simple vertical adjustable head to fit patient
• Dual eye-level sighting system, facilitates horizontal alignment
• Positive fixation, permits rapid measurement of central corneal area

Manufacturer: Appasamy Associates

GMDN: 12811
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Primary application:
• Keratometers (also known as ophthalmometers) is designed to measure the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea, particularly for determining the presence, extent, and axis of astigmatism (an error of refraction in the eye due to the cornea being unequally curved in different directions, so that rays of light in different meridians cannot be brought to focus together on the retina).
• It actually measures the radius of curvature in millimetres but typically displays it in dioptres.
• It is used mainly for contact lens fitting , to monitor corneal changes produced through the wear of contact lenses,and for intraocular lens power determination prior to cataract surgery.

Product Description:
• Instrument in focus to coincide the mires.
• It is to be tilted at correct cylinder axis
• K 1 Instrument in focus and horizontal meridian is coincided by rotating horizontal knob
• K 2 Instrument in focus vertical meridian is coincided by rotating vertical knob

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