Light Hazard Measurement on an Ophthalmic Instrument

@inproceedings{Melo2019LightHM,
  title={Light Hazard Measurement on an Ophthalmic Instrument},
  author={David Melo and Pedro Vieira and Flavio augusto Soares},
  booktitle={BIODEVICES},
  year={2019}
}
When the acquisition of images is performed on human body structures, the safety of the person on which the images are being obtained acquires fundamental importance. This condition gathers even more relevance when the goal of the image acquisition is related with health examination. To ensure that every physician, when imaging human structures is undoubtedly secure that it will not harm or cause any non-tolerable discomfort to the subject undergoing the exam, medical devices have to surpass a… CONTINUE READING

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