Contact Lens Spectrum

August 2008

Document #153

 

References

 

 

(p. 19) Contact Lens Materials: Defining Hypertransmissibility of a Contact Lens, By William J. Benjamin, OD, MS, PhD

 

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(p. 20) Dry Eye Dx and Tx: Managing Dry Eye in Specialty Lens Patients, by Ann Laurenzi, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 30) Practical Applications of the Staining Studies, By Mile Brujic, OD

 

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(p. 34) No-Fee CE: Educating Patients about Ultraviolet Radiation, By Stephen Cohen, OD

 

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14.       Vistakon Market Research Study. November, 2005; Jacksonville, Fla.

15.       The 2006 Gallup Study of the Contact Lens Market.  November, 2006.

16.       Butler, DB, Geller AG, Cantor M, et al. Sun protection policies and environmental features in US elementary schools. Arch Dermatol 2002.Jun;138(6):771-4.

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22.       AOA News, April 28, 2008.  Survey shows Americans lack critical eye health information.  NEI-Lions survey available at www.nei.nih.gov/nehep/kap.

 

 

 

(p. 48) Treatment Plan: A Case of Globe Subluxation, By William L. Miller, OD, PhD, FAAO

 

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Bilateral optic neuropathy associated with voluntary globe luxation and floppy eyelid syndrome. Arch Ophthalmol. 2004 Oct;122(10):1555-6

 

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(p. 50) Readers’ Forum: Commenting on the FDA Panel Meeting on Lens Solutions, by Milton Hom, OD, FAAO

 

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case-control study. BMJ 1995;310:1567-1570.

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6. Fleiszig SMJ. The pathogenesis of CL-related keratitis.  OVS 2005;83(12):866-873.

7. Andrasko GJ. Ryen KA. A series of evaluations of MPS and silicone hydrogel lens combinations. Review of Cornea and Contact Lenses. March 2007.

8. Garofolo RJ. Dassanayake N.  Carey C. et.al. Corneal staining and subjective symptoms with mulit-purpose solutions as a function of time. Eye and Contact Lens. 2005;31(4): 166-174.

9.  Kislan T. An evaluation of corneal staining with 2 multipurpose solutions. AOA Poster 2008.

10. Mowrey-McKee, M. George, M. Contact Lens Solution Efficacy Against Acanthamoeba castellani. Eye and Contact Lens: Science and Clinical Practice. 33(5):211-215, September 2007.

11. Hughes R, Kilvington S: Comparison of Hydrogen Peroxide Contact Lens Disinfection Systems and Solutions against Acanthamoeba polyphaga. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy: 2038-2043,  2001.

12. Borazjani R.N., Kilvington S: Efficacy of multipurpose solutions against Acanthamoeba species.Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 28: 169-175, 2005

13. Borazjani R, Kilvington S: Effect of a Multipurpose Contact Lens Solution on the Survival and Binding of Acanthamoeba Species on Contact Lenses Examined With a No-Rub Regimen. Eye & Contact Lens 3(11): 39-45, 2005

 

 

(p. 52) Readers’ Forum: Personalize Your Care System Recommendation, By Glenda Secor, OD, FAAO

 

1. Viability of acanthamoeba after exposure to a multipurpose disinfecting contact lens solution and two hydrogen peroxide systems. 2002. K Hit, J Walochnik, EM Haller-Schober, C Faschinger, & H Aspock. British journal of ophthalmology, 86, 144-146.

2. Data on file at AMO