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1. JJV Data on File 2021. ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses for ASTIGMATISM - Overall Fitting Success, Orientation Position, Rotational Stability, and Vision Performance.
DISCLAIMER:The Calculator is provided to clinicians for educational and convenience purposes only, in conjunction with the labeling for ACUVUE® contact lens products for ASTIGMATISM. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Unlimited (UC) does not engage in the practice of prescribing and this Calculator is not a substitute for appropriate professional education and training or for the exercise of independent professional judgment. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Unlimited (UC) cannot warrant the accuracy or completeness of information that this Calculator provides. Each clinical situation should be considered unique to each patient, and all treatments individualised accordingly. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Unlimited (UC) does not endorse or recommend any particular technique beyond what is contained in the product labeling, and other techniques may be appropriate in a clinician’s judgment.
The information provided here is a digital version of the paper fit guide and success tips available for ACUVUE® contact lens products for ASTIGMATISM. First perform an up to date subjective refraction. Input the up to date spectacle prescription for one or both eyes. Sphere, cylinder and axis must be added for one or both eyes. Select the "Calculate" button.
The results will show you the ACUVUE® Brands available for the prescription you entered. Select a brand and the vertex corrected initial trial lens powers are shown. If any significant rotation of trial lens is observed during fitting which impacts vision, select "Compensate for lens rotation" and enter the amount and direction. A new compensated axis will be calculated if needed. Note: The new trial lens should still show the rotation it showed with initial trial lens but this rotation has now been compensated for by adjusting the axis.