Resulting choice of toric intraocular lens using three devices and online Barrett calculator [post]

jing dong, yaqin zhang, xiaogang wang
2020 unpublished
PURPOSE: To investigate interdevice agreement among toric power calculation difference based on corneal topography/ray-tracing aberrometry (iTrace), partial coherence interferometry (IOLMaster 500), and Scheimpflug imaging (Pentacam) for the measurement of anterior corneal astigmatism. METHODS: The analysis included 101 eyes with regular astigmatism of 101 subjects. The main outcome measures were corneal cylinder power, axis of astigmatism, keratometry values. The toric power and intraocular
more » ... and intraocular lens (IOL) power was calculated using online Barrett toric calculator. Interdevice measurement and calculation agreement was assessed using paired sample t-test, and nonparametric test. RESULTS: Significant interdevice difference existed for astigmatism magnitude, flat keratometry, steep keratometry and mean keratometry between iTrace and IOLMaster (all P < 0.01). Significant interdevice difference existed for flat keratometry, steep keratometry and mean keratometry (all P < 0.001) but not astigmatism magnitude (P = 0.325) between iTrace and Pentacam. Significant interdevice difference existed for astigmatism magnitude, steep keratometry and mean keratometry (all P < 0.01) but not flat keratometry (P = 0.310) between IOLMaster and Pentacam. For toric IOL power calculation, iTrace calculation was statistically higher than IOLMaster (0.49±0.36, P <0.001) and Pentacam (0.39±0.42, P <0.001). Moreover, Pentacam IOL power calculation was statistically lower than IOLMaster (-0.10±0.39, P =0.009). Toricity calculation difference was also existed among the three groups (P = 0.004).CONCLUSIONS: The toric IOL power and toricity calculation difference based on iTrace, IOLMaster 500, and Pentacam anterior keratometry data should be noticed in clinic practice.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-34869/v1 fatcat:ontbrb5f25hqvbygbj2ukguyge