Now, let's take a look at a sample chart here. You will indicate a section for keratometry and you'll see that there is the right eye and the left eye notated and it has a power and a H meridian, a power and a V meridian. So, if we reference our sample print out from the autorefractor keratometer, you will use the R1 measurements, so 43.50 at 0 degrees and enter that into the right eye. 43.5 at 0 degrees, that's your H meridian. and then you will enter 43.5 at 90 degrees for the second half of that right eye, that goes into your V meridian. And then you’ll repeat that same process for your left eye. Make sure to indicate the mire quality, whether it's abnormal or clear. And then also which method was used to acquire the information, so whether it was topography or if it was a manual keratometer, or an autorefractor keratometer. It's important to notate how we acquired that information.