Contact Lens Spectrum

December  2008

Document #157

 

References

 

 

(p. 19) Contact Lens Materials: The Meaning of Hyperpermeability, By William J. Benjamin, OD, MS, PhD

 

1. Benjamin WJ. EOP and Dk/L: the quest for hyper transmissibility. J Am Opt Assoc 1993;64(3):196-200.

2. Holden BA, Mertz GW. Critical oxygen levels to avoid corneal edema for daily and extended wear contact lenses. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1984; 25(10):1161-1167.

3. Harvitt DM, Bonanno JA. Re-evaluation of the oxygen diffusion model for pre-dicting minimum contact lens Dk/t values needed to avoid corneal anoxia. Optom Vis Sci 1999; 76(10):712-719.

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(p. 20) Contact Lens Materials: Clinical Pearls and Greater Hyperpermeability, By William J. Benjamin, OD, MS, PhD

 

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2. Richardson SS, Benjamin WJ. Oxygen profiles and contact lens design. Con-tact Lens Spectrum 1993; 205(5387):19-23.

3. Benjamin WJ, Snyder C. How much oxygen is enough? International Contact Lens Clinic 2003; 27(5):165-169.

4. Fatt I. Gas transmission properties of soft contact lenses. In:  Ruben M (ed.) Soft Contact Lenses – Clinical and Applied Technology. Tindall, London and Wiley, New York; 1978; pp. 83-110.

5. Benjamin WJ. EOP and Dk/L: the quest for hyper transmissibility. J Am Opt Assoc 1993;64(3):196-200.

6. Richardson SS, Benjamin WJ. The age of “super-” and “hyper-transmissibility.” The Optician 1993; 8(3):57-58.

7. Benjamin WJ. Oxygen transport through contact lenses. In:  Guillon M, Ruben CM (eds.) Textbook of Contact Lens Practice. Chapman & Hall, publisher, Lon-don U.K.; 1994; pp. 43-70.

 

 

(p. 23) Cultivating Compliance: When is it a Compliance Issue, by Gloria B. Chiu, OD, & Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS, FAAO

 

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  1. Garofalo RJ, Dassanayake N, Carey C, Stein J, Stone R, David R. Corneal staining and subjective symptoms with multipurpose solutions as a function of time. Eye Contact Lens. 2005 Jul; 31:166-74.

 

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(p. 33) Satisfying Boomers and Boomlets with Lenses, By Susan J. Gromacki, OD, MS, FAAO

 

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4.         Braus P.  The baby boom at mid-decade.  American Demographics, April 1995.

 

5.         Bruch M.  Appealing to aging hipsters.  Eye Bus 2001(12): 37.

 

6.         Pieper B.  Reaching baby boomers: 2020 and beyond.  Optom 2006(1): 141-142.

 

7.         De Long S.  Retail beat.  Eye Bus 2001(12): 12.

 

8.         Mediamark Research, Inc.  Fall 1999 Survey.

 

9.         In:  Generation Y.  Business Week Online, February 15, 1999.

 

10.       Spiezio A.  Beyond pester power.  Eye Bus 2002(6): 80.

 

11.       Jayson S.  Generation Y gets involved.  USAToday.com, October 24, 2006.

 

12.       Hira NA.  Attracting the twentysomething worker.  Fortune Mag, May 15, 2007; CNNMoney.com.

 

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15.       Walline JJ, Jones LA, Mutti DO, et al.  A randomized trial of the effects of rigid  contact lenses on myopia progression.  Arch Ophthalmol. 2004;122:1760-1766.

 

 

(p. 44) The Contact Lens Exam: Don’t Let Early Studies Sway You from Using New Technology, By Loretta B. Szczotka-Flynn, OD, MS, FAAO

 

  1. Fiona Stapleton, Lisa Keay, Katie Edwards, Thomas Naduvilath, John K. G. Dart, Garry Brian, Brien A. Holden. The Incidence of Contact Lens–Related Microbial Keratitis in Australia.   Ophthalmology 2008;115:1655–1662.

 

  1. J. K. G. Dart, C. Radford, D. Minassian, S. Verma, F. Stapleton.  Risk Factors for Microbial Keratitis with Contemporary Contact Lenses. A Case-Control Study. Ophthalmology 2008;115:1647–1654.

 

  1. Keay L, Radford C, Dart JK, et al. Perspective on 15 years of research: reduced risk of microbial keratitis with frequent replacement contact lenses. Eye Contact Lens 2007;33:167– 8.

 

 

 

(p. 48) Treatment Plan: A Pair of Anterior Corneal Dystrophies, By William Miller, OD, PhD, FAAO

 

 

1. Kobayashi A and Sugiyama K. In vivo laser confocal microscopy findings for Bowman's layer dystrophies (Thiel-Behnke and Reis-Bücklers corneal dystrophies). Ophthalmology. 2007 Jan;114(1):69-75

 

2. Miller A, Solomon R, Bloom A, Palmer C, Perry HD, Donnenfeld ED. Prevention of recurrent Reis-Bücklers dystrophy following excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy with topical mitomycin C. Cornea. 2004 Oct;23(7):732-5.