The remedy and solution for terrible eye pain and eye strain (from excessive computer use)

Tear Film Osmolarity – clinical measurement

 

The problem with dry eyes is that doctors don't have many tools to test the problem (and they don't use what they already have). This one is a good start –

http://www.tearlab.com/products/patients/videos.htm

 

Central to virtually all dry eye disorders is a loss of water from the tear film that increases its osmolarity (concentration) above the normal limit of 311 mOsm/L. [Source]

Method

TearLab System [details here]

Diagnostic test

Values GREATER THAN 316 mOsmol/L are diagnostic of dry eye disease. [Source

 

Distributor in Australia

Designs For Vision Pty Ltd

16/1 Hordern Place

Camperdown NSW 2050 Australia
Toll Free Phone: 1800 225 307
Email: dfv@dfv.com.au
Website: www.dfv.com.au

In Melbourne the details of those who have Tear labs can be found through: http://www.dfv.com.au/contacts.htm  In Melbourne, Mark Roth of Armadale has access to such a machine. Associate Professor Mark Roth is a clinical optometrist with a degree in  pharmacology. He is currently in private practice and is also a Principal Fellow, in the Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, The University of Melbourne. He has a special interest in ocular therapeutics,  particularly in the areas of ocular allergy, and therapeutic management  of the problematic contact lens wearer.  As an advocate for therapeutic progress in optometry, he contributes to various association, registration board and government committees. Mark  participates in many ocular therapeutics teaching programs and is the clinical editor of the ‘optometry PHARMA ‘ publication .  [Source]

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