Software, Physiologic Analysis, Visual Function
Definition : Physiologic analysis software designed to operate computerized visual function analyzers, control/monitor a limited number of their functions, and/or process data obtained while testing. This software is intended to work with one or a few models of visual function analyzers, usually from the same manufacturer. The software performs a variety of algorithms to facilitate the operation and analysis of the measurements performed while assessing visual function (e.g., visual acuity, color perception, visual field) data, and/or while processing and or receiving information from hospital information systems. Visual function analyzer software is not usually available separate from the analyzer but may be updated (i.e., through the release of modified versions) during the life of the analyzer. Dedicated neuromuscular function analyzer software intended for assessment of eye movement and macular integrity is also available.
Entry Terms : "Visual Function Analysis Software"
UMDC code : 26788
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