The QuantifEye instrument measures macular pigment optical density and allows EyeCare Professionals to measure, manage, monitor, and maintain healthy macular pigment levels to address an important AMD risk factor.
What does OD stand for?
OD stands for Optical Density
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 31 other meanings of OD in our Acronym Attic
- Operand Decomposition (algorithm)
- Operating Division
- Operational Day (scientific experimentation and data recording)
- Operational Discipline (methodology; various companies)
- Operational Downlink
- Operations Directive
- Operations Director
- Operations Division
- Opioid Dependent
- Opportunistic Disease
Samples in periodicals archive:
Whilst aqueous inks for secondary packaging have been well catered for, unfortunately until now, most all of the Hewlett Packard thermal inkjet printers which offered solvent inks for primary packaging have not been able to match the optical density and adhesion required to compete against traditional drop on demand and continuous ink stream applications," he said.
It provides optical density and forward scatter turbidity measurements in the ultraviolet, visible, and near infra-red ranges.
This was the first study to investigate the spatial profile of macular pigment optical density with all three macular carotenoids and to measure serum and macular responses to a macular carotenoid formulation throughout two subject groups, one with early AMD and the other with no eye condition.
an] was taken from the solution for photometric determination of optical density (E *) of the solutions by a spectrophotometer SPEKOL 11.
Comparisons were made to temperature and smoke optical density measurements.
This allows correlation of their optical density to instrument radiometry for (1) process design optimization and/or (2) periodic measurements to verify lamp condition over time.
So by manipulating the optical density of an object, you can transform the light path from a straight line to to any path you want," the expert said.