Poster étudie cinique SiVIEW

Study of subjective refraction measured with SiVIEW software compared with that obtained manually by an expert

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Study of subjective refraction measured with SiVIEW software compared with that obtained manually by an expert. Monocentric cross-sectional study

Population: Study conducted on 107 subjects aged 19 to 69.

Main objective: To show that equivalent sphere refraction measurements obtained by SiviewExam software have no clinically significant difference from those obtained by an expert optometrist.

Secondary objectives:

  • Show that the sphere refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no clinically significant difference with those obtained by an expert optometrist.
  • Show that cylindrical refraction measurements obtained with SiVIEW software have no clinically significant difference from those obtained by an expert optometrist.
  • Show that visual acuity measurements obtained with SiVIEW software have no clinically significant difference from those obtained by an expert optometrist.
  • Demonstrate that the report issued for each eye examination by the SiVIEW software is consistent and relevant to a vision care professional.
  • To show that the differences obtained between two expert eye examiners are consistent with those found in the literature.

Conclusion: Refraction examinations carried out using SiVIEW’s automated eye examination technology produce results of equivalent quality to a conventional examination: no clinical difference was observed between a refraction carried out using SiVIEW technology and a conventional subjective refraction.

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