This is a free application to support the Eye Care Practitioner to calculate which toric contact lens is required to correct a specific astigmatic prescription. Using industry standard calculations, the application calculates 1; what initial trial lens should be used/ordered with a given spectacle prescription. 2; If the lens, when fitted to the patient, rotates off axis, the tool will calculate the new axis direction for lens trial/order. This is possible by an image depicting a toric lens with axis markings, that that the ECP can rotate on screen. Using this rotating image on the screen the user can simulate what may happen on eye, and the tool will calculate the revised power for trial/order. 3; An over-refraction calculator enables the Eye Practitioner to see the predicated over-refraction if the lens is to rotate off axis after entering required data. 4; For prescriptions over +/- 5.00 dioptres in either meridians, a back vertex calculator is added in to calculate the power required for those prescriptions. Simply calculated by using a slider bar when the prescription is entered.
This Toric Calculator tool supplies both the calculated theoretical power for use with any manufacturer’s lenses and specific parameters for Bausch + Lomb toric lens portfolio. The toric tool is designed to provide a starting point for the toric lens selection and modification. The final prescription should be determined by the Eye Care practitioners normal toric lens fitting practices.
1) Not all Toric Interocular lenses are available in all countries. Please contact your country/region representative to get details of availability
2) Not approved by the US FDA
3) For help with the application and various constants our country/region representative.
Great if you have lost your contact lens script, and are trying to order more.
Easy to estimate your contact lens script if you wear glasses.
The Team Approach
Our network of optometrists are the ones who are best able to provide comprehensive care, including yearly exams, vision care for glasses and contact lenses, and treatment of red eyes and other conditions. Once a patient is diagnosed with cataracts, corneal disease, advanced glaucoma or retinal disease, they will be referred to Omni Eye Services for secondary care, laser treatment, or surgery. Once that care is provided, the patient will then be sent back to the referring doctor with a detailed letter. Often, post-operative care is provided by the optometrist, saving the patient time and multiple trips back to the surgeon. On-going followup to monitor disease conditions and any changes in spectacle prescriptions are all done by our network doctors.
Benefits to patients are many, including access to state-of-the-art, personal care by a team of doctors who work together.
Benefits to referring doctors are significant as well. Ongoing continuing education, practice management and billing/coding support, and legislative involvement in moving the profession forward are just a few of the ways we have given back to our network over the years.
Omni Eye Services of Atlanta invests in the very latest laser, surgical and pre-op testing equipment available on the market. From cataract surgery to glaucoma to the treatment of retinal diseases . Omni Eye Services of Atlanta provides you access to the latest technology. Our doctors had the first SLT glaucoma laser in the Southeast, and are always up-to-date on the newest and best treatments and technologies. We were the first in Georgia to surgically implant the new high technology lifestyle lenses such as the Restor and Toric. Many ophthalmic companies put their new devices and instruments in the Omni offices so as to evaluate them on a wide scale basis. Learn more about our newest lasers and other technologies by visiting our technology page.
Omni is an extension of many optometric practices in Georgia, providing access to a great deal of high tech instrumentation that would not be cost effective for each individual doctor to own.
The surgeons at Omni Eye Services of Atlanta are among the most experienced and well-trained sub-specialists in the country. Together they have performed thousands of surgical and laser procedures. All of our surgeons are Board-Certified. They have taught courses to other doctors at major national and international meetings. Omni Eye Services of Atlanta is recognized as a center of excellence by major pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Our surgeons are continuously sought out by manufacturers to conduct clinical trials on new medications and technologies.
All of our surgeons have completed additional training following residency in their respective area of specialization. This additional fellowship training provides them with in-depth experience to deliver the most sophisticated level of care. They limit their practice to their respective specialties and don't provide any other eye care. This allows them to stay current in their specialty and assures you they have the training and experience to deal with the most difficult problems. Our surgeons also spend a lot of their time performing surgery. This keeps their surgical skills sharp, up to date, and with results that are a cut above those surgeons who don't perform the volume of surgery needed to keep their skills keen.
Our experienced, fully qualified, and friendly opticians are available for eye tests, glasses, contact lenses and dry eye disease diagnosis. We give 45 minute appointments and offer the ability to spread the cost of treatment via membership of eyeplan™.
To use the product,
1. Make sure that you have a Sony SmartWatch 2 paired with your device
2. Make sure you have the latest version of Sony's SmartConnect application installed on the phone
3. Install this application
4. Go to SmartConnect and ensure the application shows up on the applications list
Smart Connect extension for SmartWatch 2
This widget is free, and will always be free. it will never nag you for money (unlike some widgets)
source code is available on github [https://github.com/mrspaceman/DashclockWidgets/tree/master/SDCardInfo]
It loads in a training plan in XML format and asks you for the race date (which is assumed to be the last day of the training plan)
it will then show you the current week of the training plan with today highlighted.
you can scroll through the weeks of the training plan to see what sessions are coming up.
There are some basic built in plans.
Plans can be created/downloaded and put in the "/sdcard/TrainingPlans" directory, then they can be selected from within the app.