Standardization for reporting medical outcomes enables clinical study comparisons and has a fundamental role in research reproducibility. In this context, we present mEYEstro, a free novel standalone application for automated standardized refractive surgery graphs. mEYEstro can be used for single and multiple group comparisons in corneal and intraocular refractive surgery patients. In less than 30 s and with minimal user manipulation, mEYEstro automatically creates the required journal standard graphs while simultaneously performing valid statistical analyses.
The software produces the following 11 standard graphs; Efficacy: 1. Cumulative uncorrected (UDVA) and corrected visual acuity (CDVA), 2. Difference between UDVA and CDVA, Safety: 3. Change in line of CDVA, Accuracy: 4. Spherical equivalent (SEQ) to intended target, 5. Attempted vs. achieved SEQ, 6. Defocus equivalent (DEQ) accuracy, 7. Refractive astigmatism accuracy, 8. Target-induced astigmatism vs. Surgically-induced astigmatism, 9. Correction index histogram, 10. Angle of error histogram, Stability: 11. SEQ stability over time. Percent proportions, means, standard deviations, Cohen’s d effect sizes, and p-values are calculated and displayed on each graph. All graphs can be easily exported as high-resolution TIFF images for figures to use in scientific manuscripts and presentations.
mEYEstro software enables clinicians, surgeons, and researchers, to easily and efficiently analyze refractive surgery outcomes using the standardized methodology required by several peer-reviewed ophthalmology journals.

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