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Comparison of Subjective Refraction Measurement With SiVIEW Software and by an Expert

2019-12-08 01:41:39 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Main objective

Show that the equivalent sphere refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Secondary objectives

Show that the sphere refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Show that the cylinder refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Show that the visual acuity measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software do not have a significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Demonstrate that the report delivered for each eye exam by SiVIEW software is consistent and relevant to a vision health practitioner.

Show that the differences obtained between two eye examination experts are consistent with those found in the literature.

Description

Introduction:

Ametropia is an eye refractive disorder typically leading to myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism... 4.5 billion people are currently affected worldwide, of whom only 2 billion are corrected. Of these people, about 30% (or +/- 600,000) do not benefit from an adequate correction. From an economic point of view, the cost on productivity of the absence or poor vision correction is estimated at more than 270 billion euros / year worldwide.

Any correction of an ametropic disorder necessarily requires a precise and relevant eye examination in order to identify the disorder and determine the best possible visual correction. The procedure for this examination is identical in all countries. It must follow specific steps[Benjamin 2006; Grosvenor 2007].

At present the refraction measurement is done manually by an expert. The optical correction may vary from one examination to another, for multiple physiological and/or examination-related reasons. Several factors can cause fluctuations in subjective refraction. These include examiner and subject characteristics [Grein et al. 2014].

In addition, there is also variability due to the measurement itself, depending on each examiner. The repeatability (on the same subject) and, in addition, the reproducibility (inter-examiners) of the subjective refraction measurement related to the examiner's interpretation, examination process and experience, among other things, are therefore important data to be defined in order to know the tolerance of the measurement determined between two examinations.

In studies involving a large number of subjects, the repeatability/reproducibility limit is greater than or equal to 0.71D [Zadnik 1994, Bullimore 1998, MacKenzie 2008], and more particularly during inter-examiner measurements.

The objective of the SiVIEW solution is therefore to make the measurement of subjective refraction both repeatable and reproducible regardless of the practitioner and his expertise, by completely automating the search for the best visual prescription using an expert system that aims to make this examination simple, intuitive and reliable.

It is therefore essential to compare the SiVIEW measurement with that of an optometrist expert.

The interest of the investigator's study will be to demonstrate that the results between a refraction expert and the measurement obtained by SiVIEW are clinically similar.

Main objective:

Show that the equivalent sphere refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Secondary objectives

Show that the sphere refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Show that the cylinder refraction measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software have no significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Show that the visual acuity measurements obtained by the SiVIEW software do not have a significant clinical difference with those obtained by an optometrist expert.

Demonstrate that the report delivered for each eye exam by SiVIEW software is consistent and relevant to a vision health practitioner.

Show that the differences obtained between two eye examination experts are consistent with those found in the literature.

Plan of the study:

It is a comparative prospective open monocentric cross-sectionnal study.

Study Design

Conditions

Eye Diseases

Intervention

SiVIEW software, Expert

Location

Ophthalmological Foundation A. de Rothschild
Paris
France

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

SiVIEW

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-12-08T01:41:39-0500

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