Explanation Of Minus Eye Check Results?
Hello good afternoon doctor … how do you want to read the optical dri card? On the original card R / OD -1.75 -1.25 x30L / OS -2.75 -0.25 x80What is the meaning of that? Thank you doctor 🙏🙏
Blurred eyes one of the most frequent causes is refractive disorders, for example minus, plus or cylindrical eyes. When there are complaints of blurred eyes when looking away, the eye doctor can do a sharp test of vision and then use a trial lens to ensure the right lens strength to correct vision. For the minus eye, the lowest minus lens glasses can be used for the patient.
Generally when you have done a sharp test of vision and trial lens, the doctor will prescribe glasses. These eyeglasses prescriptions are submitted to the optician so they can be made according to the doctor's prescription.
Actually you only need to bring the recipe to the nearest optics. It is rather difficult to ensure the reading of the eyeglasses recipe without looking at the information on the recipe, for example whether the words -1.75 are in the "sph / sphere" column or in the "cyl" column. In general, OD is the right eye and OS is the left eye. For information about the minus, it should be seen again in the recipe, if -1.75 is in the SPH column and -1.25 in the cyl column, then the meaning is the right eye -1.75 and cylinder -1.25, as well as the left eye. While x30 and x80 indicate the axis / angle of the cylindrical lens tilt required.
To be sure, I suggest that you bring prescription glasses to the nearest optical so that you can read them directly and make the most appropriate glasses.
Hope it helps you,