Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

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Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology (IJCEO) is open access, a peer-reviewed medical journal, published quarterly, online, and in print, by the Innovative Education and Scientific Research Foundation (IESRF) since 2015. To fulfill our aim of rapid dissemination of knowledge, we publish articles ‘Ahead of Print’ on acceptance. In addition, the journal allows free access (Open Access) of its content, which is likely to attract more readers and citations of articles more...


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Sumaiya Hasan, Dheerendra Singh, Neha Singh Jat*, Vivek Paul Buddhe


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Keratometry using hand-held and automated keratometers with and without speculum in Indian pediatric cataract – A comparative study


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Author Details : Sumaiya Hasan, Dheerendra Singh, Neha Singh Jat*, Vivek Paul Buddhe

Volume : 7, Issue : 4, Year : 2021

Article Page : 663-666

https://doi.org/10.18231/j.ijceo.2021.133



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Abstract

Objectives: To study the keratometry of Indian pediatric eyes, the effect of speculum on keratometry reading, the concordance of hand held and automated keratometry and the effect of unilateral and bilateral cataract on keratometry and IOL power calculation.
Methodology: This was conducted as a cross-sectional observational study on 101 eyes of children in the age range of 41 post-conceptional weeks to 144 months. All cooperative patients were subject to automated keratometry followed by keratometry using hand held keratometer with and without speculum.
Results: Hand held keratometer with and without speculum documented significantly increased average K as well as astigmatism and decreased calculated IOL power when compared to automated keratometry (p<0>0.05). As the age increased, astigmatism increased significantly (R=0.07; p=0.007) whereas no such correlation was observed for keratometry (p>0.05).
Conclusion: Hand held keratometry offers the convenience of obtaining accurate keratometry, astigmatism and IOL power measurements in children.


Keywords: Keratometry, Speculum, Automated, Pediatric.


How to cite : Hasan S, Singh D, Jat N S, Buddhe V P, Keratometry using hand-held and automated keratometers with and without speculum in Indian pediatric cataract – A comparative study. Indian J Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2021;7(4):663-666

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