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Print Simplified Fitting Guide
6 step simplified fitting guide
1
Initial base curve and diameter selection
Base Curve
selection
INDICATIONS
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S
Onefit 2.0
Normal prolate
corneas
Presbyopia
Nipple Cones
Astigmatism
Oval Cones
Emergent or fruste
keratoconus
Highly Irregular
Corneas
Soft or small
diameter gp lens
intolerant
Ectatic Corneas
OSD
diameter selection
Lens diameter should exceedHVID by 1.0 mm in each meridian
Equivalent to
Flat “K”
HVID
Onefit Cone
0.30 mm
Steeper than
Flat K
Post-rk, Post-lasik
ideal fit
< 11.5 mm
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DIAMETER
14.6 mm
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DIAMETER
14.0 mm
11.5 to 12.0 mm
14.9 mm
14.3 mm
> 12.0 mm
15.2 mm
14.6 mm
Look for clearance of
170 to 185 microns at
thesteepest point of
the cornea,with scleral
alignment.
llow no corneal touch,
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especially on the coneas
well as near the limbus.
•• Always fill the lens bowl with a non-preserved solution before insertion. This will eliminate bubbles trapped
behind lens. If a bubble presents, remove lens and re-fill with solution and re-insert. ( Insert NaFl into bowl with
solution to begin evaluation )
2
evaluate apical clearance at steepest point of the cornea (20-30 minutes)
vIEW WITh WhITE lIghT OPTIc sEcTIOn, nArrOW bEAm AT 30° - 40°
Ideal clearance should be 185µm to 200 µm ( use the trial lens thickness as a reference ). Clearance less than 185 µm, refit with a base curve one
step steeper. Clearance more than 200 µm, refit with a base curve one step flatter. Err on the steep side. Evaluate clearance under white light (optic
section ).
3
Evaluate limbal clearance
Assess fluorescein coverage at the limbal level and allow no touch on the limbus, as with the cornea. If the clearance is less than
25 microns fluorescein may not be seen. If the central clearance seems appropriate ( 170 to 185 microns ) but the limbal area presents with a bearing, indicated by staining at the follow-up visit, increase clearance in the limbal area by selecting a larger diameter ( e.g. 14.3 mm to 14.6 mm ).
4
Evaluate conjunctival alignment
Look for conjunctival alignment; ensure there is no edge stand off or peripheral seal.
E dge stand-off, excessive movement or excessive lens awareness -Refit with a base curve one
step steeper not to exceed 200 µm central clearance.If problem persists, keeping the steeper base
curve, specify a Steep 1 or Steep 2 edge profile.
Peripheral seal off - Refit with a base curve one step flatterwhile maintaining a minimum
of 170 µm of central clearance.If problem persists, keeping flatter base curve, specify a Flat 1
edge profile.
5
Evaluate resistance ( Push-In Test )
The Onefit lens should offer no or very little resistance and exhibit 0.5 mm to 1.0 mm movement ( not on blinking but under the push up pressure ).
6
Over-refraction
Residual cylinder >0.75D that cannot be corrected with additionnal central clearance or an increased center thickness should be incorporated into
an anterior toric design. Simply give the laboratory your over-refraction when ordering.
ORDERING
Specify : Base Curve, Power, Diameter, Edge Profile,
and Center Thickness ( if it is not standard ).