Among the recent news for the Health app on iOS, it is interesting to mention details about ophthalmology recipesdata that – if necessary – can be made available to lens manufacturers to create corrective systems such as Eyeglasses or contact lenses.
The respective data can be entered by opening Health > Body Measurements > Ophthalmology Prescription; From here you can select Add Prescription and select the type of lens, prescription date description, expiration date, but you can also add the photo with the original prescription (you can scan the original), details about the left and right eye, the cylinder (the power that should be The lens has it to correct astigmatism), details about the axis (the angle to make sure the cylinder measurements correct the astigmatism), plus (the optical power to add to the gradient), the interpupillary distance and more.
Apple explains that ophthalmological prescriptions may vary, and not all countries or regions require the same fields or measurements. If we decide to add an ophthalmic prescription manually, we only need to add the specific prescription information for your country or region.
Health in iOS 16 offers the ability to create a list of medications, vitamins, and supplements to remind us which medications to take and when (you can also add custom icons to better distinguish them). Medication reminders are also important: the ability to create a treatment plan for each medication, and set reminders to remind us to take it at the right time, even several times a day.
As always, Apple remembers that health data stored in Health is private and is not shared with third parties.
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