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What I actually did treat:
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Immediate solution to a wrong laser treatment correction

Although very unlikely, in some occasions we can do a mistake by entering and applying to a patient a wrong correction. This can happen when we mistake patients or load the correction of one eye to the fellow eye. If we become aware of the mistake we can solve it by applying a new correction compensating the mistake, providing we have enough tissue in the cornea for a new ablation. Simply write first the intended correction. Then, write the correction you mistakenly have applied to the eye. The compensation correction will appear.

This utility has been written by Dr Cesar Albarran. Associate Professor of the School of Optics of Valencia (Spain) University and Consultant Optometrist in Clinica Baviera Castellon