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OCULUS Myopia Master®
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What about my future? OCULUS Myopia Master® For early myopia detection and management

Why is myopia management becoming more important?

Because it's about the future of our children!

The well-known Brien Holden Vision Institute has forecast that by the year 2050 one out of two individuals could be affected by myopia. Those affected have a greater risk of developing severe eye disease such as cataract or retinal detachment and eventual blindness.

This outlook makes it more than clear that early detection and management of myopia are becoming more and more important.

 

 

The Myopia Master® from OCULUS

The solution for the future

Previously there was no all-in-one device available for performing refraction, axial length measurement and keratometry in combination. The only option was to purchase at least two devices, but this still left one with no myopia software.

The Myopia Master® from OCULUS now enables optometrists and ophthalmologists to position themselves optimally for the future. The Myopia Master® combines the most important parameters, making myopia detection and management much easier and more reliable than ever.

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The best combination:
Refraction, axial length and keratometry

Refraktion

Refraction

The standard method for measuring myopia is by refraction. However, due to day-to-day changes in visual acuity as well as measurement variability, refraction tests are prone to fluctuation and unavoidable measurement inaccuracies.

Achslängenmessung

Axial length measurement

The axial length of the eye can be measured accurately and independently of accommodation. Progression in axial length is a reliable indicator of progression in myopia.

Keratometrie

Keratometry

The central corneal radii are what ultimately determines the refractive component of the myopic process . These can be automatically measured and succinctly displayed using a keratometer.

New GRAS Module: Comparison
with the Gullstrand eye

Never has the interpretation of measurement results been as easy and reliable as with the new Myopia Master®. All individually measured refractive components of the eye are automatically matched with the Gullstrand standard eye model.

 

Best of all, OCULUS has adapted the Gullstrand eye to children, further improving reliability in this important target group.

 

The Gullstrand Refractive Analysis System, or GRAS for short, is a refraction-analysis module that is optionally available with the Myopia Master®.

Gullstrand Refractive Analysis System

Gullstrand Refractive Analysis System (click for a larger version)

All you need in 7 steps

Myopia management made easy

Measurement

All key data with just one measurement process

Data Analysis

Normative growth curves for easy data interpretation

Questionnaire

Questionnaire takes lifestyle and individual risk factors into account

Patient Education

Easy patient education using the traffic light system

Step 1: Measurement
Step 2: Data Analysis
Step 3: Questionnaire
Step 4: Patient Education

Treatment Options

Menu of treatment and lifestyle recommendations to choose from

Take-home Report

The Myopia Report presents the results in an easy-to-understand way

Follow-up

Trend analysis of follow-up examinations makes success of treatment visible

Step 5: Treatment Options
Step 6: Take-home Report
Step 7: Follow-up
Measurement

Measurement

Refraction, axial length and keratometry are the main measures required for professional myopia management. The measurement process with the Myopia Master® usually takes less than 2 minutes. Absolutely contactless and therefore painless.
Benefit from the unique measurement combination.

Refraction, axial length and keratometry are the main measures required for professional myopia management.
Data Analysis

Data Analysis

Parameter interpretation supported by ethnicity and gender-dependent growth curves.
Benefit from an extensive database.

Data Analysis
Questionnaire

Questionnaire

The Myopia Master® software provides a default questionnaire addressing the most important risk factors. Further risk factors can be added and customized using the Question Kit.

All information is based on peer-reviewed papers.
Benefit from the questionnaire or create your own.

Questionnaire
Patient Education

Patient Education

The Myopia Master® software assists the practitioner in educating children and their parents. The near-work calculator is a very helpful gadget for computing the near-work risk factor.

Near-work duration alone already provides a good estimate, which can then be narrowed down with further input.
Benefit from easy-to-understand material.

Patient Education
Treatment Options

Treatment Options

The software recommends treatment options based on the output of the data evaluation and questionnaire. The clinician can customize the recommended treatment regime by simply ticking the boxes.
Benefit from treatment and lifestyle recommendations.

Treatment Options
Take-home Report

Take-home Report

The Myopia Report for parents includes all results and recommendations. It also helps with reading and understanding the scientific background. The report can be printed or sent by email directly from the Myopia Master® software.
Benefit from the Myopia Report.

Take-home Report
Follow-up

Follow-up

Regular follow-up examinations are crucial for myopia management. The Myopia Master® software enables you to locate the latest measurement in a trend analysis and visualize the success of the treatment.
Benefit and make your success visible.

Follow-up

Case Reports

Case Report

Myopia Case Report – New standard of care in children

Author: Max Aricochi, Myopia Expert,
Isser Optik, Innsbruck, Austria

With progressive myopia already experiencing an extreme increase over the past few years, this drastic situation is further fueled by the changing eye demands associated with the Covid-19 crisis. This Case Report shows how myopia management was performed in an 8-year-old exophoric patient.

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Case Report

Myopia Management with Orthokeratology

Author: Jaume Pauné, PhD, Optometrist,
Orthokeratology Specialist, Centro Médico Teknon, Barcelona, Spain

In myopia had been stated that avoid overcoming 26 mm of axial length or less of -6.00 D is of importance. Even more, if we know that every additional dioptre increases myopic maculopathy by 67 %. Today, orthokeratology (OK) is a gold standard for optical devices. Between them, Double Reservoir Lenses (DRL) easily allow customization, as changes in back optic zone diameter, for better myopia control in children.

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Case Report

Myopia management for pre-myopia

Author: Dr. Philipp Hessler, M.Sc. Optometrie/Vision Science,
CEO Optik Hessler, Erlenbach a. Main, Germany

The increasing myopia prevalence opens a new field for optometry. Educating parents and kids about risk factors, monitoring regimen and treatment options is an ethical responsibility as well as a new task for preventive optometry to identify those at risk for developing axial elongation along with severe eye health issues later in life.

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Case Report

Alarming high myopia managed with multi focal contact lenses

Author: Stefan Schwarz FAAO, MCOptom, Diplomate in Cornea, Contact Lenses and Refractive Technologies, Hildesheim, Germany

Over the last years, myopia management has become a major focus in the practical work of many eye care specialists. Current management options typically involve contact lenses or atropine. This Case Report describes the approach taken in a pre-myopic patient.

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Best Practice

Operations with the Myopia Master

Author: Dr. Sal Jivraj BSc (Hons) OD, MBA FAAO FEAOO FCOptom FBCLA, Calgary, Canada

I was initially introduced to the OCULUS Myopia Master® in 2019 (in the UK) and I was very excited to try out this new device which would enable me to measure axial length, refraction and keratometry, all at the same time. Previously there was no all-in-one device available for performing refraction, axial length measurement and keratometry in combination.

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Hear what the experts say

Myopia Management Is a Joke!

Dr Oliver Woo

Axial Length and Refractive Error in Myopia Management

Prof Padmaja Sankaridurg

Myopia Management Redefined

Philipp Hessler

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Cooperations

Cooperation between OCULUS and IMI

OCULUS has joined the International Myopia Institute (IMI) in tackling myopia awareness and will support the IMI activities to advance the research of myopia to prevent future vision impairment and blindness.

The IMI is a global group of experts who have come together to discuss, debate and make available the latest evidence-based recommendations in classifications, patient management, and research, in the form of the IMI-Whitepapers, in up to twelve international languages.

CEOs Kate and Paul Gifford of Myopia Profile and CEOs Christian and Rainer Kirchhübel of OCULUS.

CEOs Kate and Paul Gifford of Myopia Profile and CEOs Christian and Rainer Kirchhübel of OCULUS.

Cooperation between OCULUS and Myopia Profile

OCULUS and Myopia Profile, the world's largest and most popular myopia educational platform, have commenced a partnership to increase eye care practitioners' knowledge and clinical confidence in measurement and interpretation of axial length in myopia. Specific educational content, research summaries and case studies have been developed, which can be viewed on MyopiaProfile.com.

Cooperation between OCULUS and BHVI

OCULUS and BHVI (Brien Holden Vision Institute) are pleased to announce an agreement that will see OCULUS incorporate BHVI’s algorithms for tracking and estimating refractive error into its Myopia Master® ophthalmic instruments developed for the management of myopia. Learn more about BHVI’s research: www.bhvi.org, www.globalmyopiacentre.org

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Technical Data

Engineering drawing of OCULUS Myopia Master®
Axial length
Measuring range 14 - 40 mm  
Autorefractor
Corneal vertex distance (CVD) 0; 10.5; 12; 13.75; 15; 16.5 mm  
Sphere -20 - +22 D (CVD = 12 mm)  
Cylinder 10 D (CDV = 12 mm)  
Axis 0° to 180° (in 1° increments)  
Minimum measurable pupil diameter 2.5 mm  
Fixation target hot air balloon over a landscape  
Technical specifications
Dimensions (W x D x H) 266 x 538 x 493 – 523 mm  
Weight approx. 12 kg  
Voltage 80 - 264 V AC  
Frequency power supply unit 47 - 63 Hz  
Interface USB  
Recommended computer specifications Intel® Core™ i5, 500 GB HDD, 8 GB RAM, Windows® 10, Intel® HD Graphics  
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