2. Data Analysis
4. Patient Education
5. Treatment Options
6. Take-home Report
The Myopia Master® helps eye care practitioners and their patients at each stage of the myopia managment process, providing all you need in seven steps.
Refraction, axial length, and keratometry are the main measurements required for professional myopia management. The accurate, contactless measurement process with the Myopia Master® usually takes less than 2 minutes.
Easily visualize and compare a patient’s data against ethnicity and gender-dependent growth curves calculated from 20,000+ eyes and parameter interpretation algorithms from BHVI.
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.
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.
The eye care practitioner selects the treatment recommendations based on the output of the data evaluation and questionnaire. The clinician can customize the recommended treatment regime by simply checking the boxes.
The Myopia Report for parents includes all results and the clinician’s recommendations. It also helps with reading and understanding the scientific background and importance of myopia management. The report can be printed or sent by email directly from the Myopia Master® software.
Regular follow-up examinations are crucial to monitor the patient’s myopic status. The Myopia Master® software enables you to monitor axial length over time thus performing a trend analysis and determining the most effective treatment for the patient.