biometer


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biometer

[bī′äm·ə·tər]
(biology)
An instrument which is used to measure minute amounts of carbon dioxide given off by the functioning tissue of an organism.
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The AL-Scan device (Nidek Co, Ltd, Gamagori, Japan), which combines PCI measures of AL with a Scheimpflug camera for assessing anterior eye parameters; the Galilei G6 biometer (Ziemer, Port, Switzerland), which combines interferometry-based measures of AL with Placido disc corneal topography and anterior segment Scheimpflug imaging; and the Pentacam AXL device (Oculus Optikgerate GmbH, Wetzlar, Germany), which combines PCI measures of AL with Scheimpflug imaging of the anterior segment.
The BioMeter for preclinical/discovery transactions averaged
UV Biometers (model 501) comprising a Robertson-Berger pattern UV radiation detector, digital recorder and control unit are used.
Multifunctional implantable particles for skin tissue regeneration: Preparation, characterization, in vitro and in vivo studies, Acta Biometer, 4,1057-1066(2008).
The Biometer measures the biological effectiveness of UVB radiation in units of MED/h.
Las mediciones en las dos zonas estudiadas se hicieron con un equipo Biometer modelo 501 version 3 (Solar Light Co.
Microdetermination of plasma ATP and creatine phosphate concentrations with a luminescence biometer.
The soils (equivalent to 50 g oven-dry sample) were incubated in biometer flasks at 20[degrees]C for 28 days.
Other institutions have had a similar experience with a different nonmercury standard, the Universal Biometer DPM-III.
For the SIR and SIGR measurements, 10-15 g dry mass equivalent of each soil was placed in a biometer flask with 1 mL NaOH (1 mol/L) in the side arm to trap C[O.
Exclusive to Carl Zeiss Meditec, the IOLMaster 500 will be the only biometer on the market with the Holladay 2 formula inside the instrument, enabling surgeons to do calculations without the need to transfer data to an external computer.
Objectives: To assess the agreement of anterior segment parameter measurements derived from Aladdin optical biometer using optical low coherence interferometer and Sirius corneal topography using combined Scheimpflug-Placido disk.