How do you use an eye test / exam chart?
Eye test charts are utilized by doctors to measure a patient's vision during a visual acuity exam / test. The patient will be asked to cover one eye and read out loud the letters or symbols displayed on the chart. The test is administered to verify and problems or changes with vision.
Visual acuity is displayed as a fraction (Top number / Bottom number). The TOP number is the distance that the letter / symbol must be viewed and the BOTTOM number is the distance a person with a normal eye site should read the same line correctly.
Scrubsmart.com has various eye exam charts available for sale. Perfect for optometrist offices, doctor's offices, and for optometry students.
We have great prices on eye exam charts to display on the wall or handy enough to keep in your pocket.
Scrubsmart currently has the following eye charts in stock and they all come with FREE Shipping!:
- Snellen Wall Eye Chart for $6.99!
- Snellen AND Kindergarten / Pediatric Combination Wall Eye Charts Two Eye Charts for only $9.99!
- Snellen Pocket Eye Chart for $6.99!
- Rosenbaum Pocket Eye Chart $4.99
The Wall Eye Charts are easy to clean and come conveniently with a hanging grommet.
The pocket eye charts are convenient to use when farther distances are not available.
We also have group / bulk discounts available.
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