Contact Lens Spectrum

September 2008

Document #154

 

References

 

 

(p. 19) Dry Eye Dx and Tx: The Impact of Dry Eye on Quality of Life, By William Townsend, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 21) Contact Lens Care: The Bullet List of Contact Lens Care Recommendations, by Michael A. Ward, MMSc, FAAO

 

Recommendations for improving Contact Lens Safety. (a joint communication from) The American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists, the Cornea Society, the American Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

 

PC, R. Doyle Stulting, MD, PhD

 

American Optometric Association

 

 

 

 

(p. 23) Cultivating Compliance: Treating the Pathophysiology of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, By Vishakha Thakrar, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 24) Unique Applications for Silicone Hydrogel Lenses, By Beth T. Kinoshita, OD, FAAO, Matthew Lampa, OD, FAAO, & Patrick Caroline, FAAO

 

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2. Kolias CM, Mutti DO.   Closed-eye wear of plus silicone hydrogel contact lenses, Poster #113 American Academy of Optometry San Diego, CA December 14, 2002

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(p. 30) Contact Lens Study Design and Analysis, By Eric R. Ritchey, OD, MS

 

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3.         Walline JJ, Jones LA, Mutti DO, Zadnik K. A randomized trial of the effects of rigid contact lenses on myopia progression. Arch Ophthalmol 2004;122:1760-6.

4.         CLEK Study Group. The Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study Archive. https://vrcc.wustl.edu/clekarchive/index.html. July 7th, 2008.

5.            Berntsen DA, Mitchell GL, Barr JT. The effect of overnight contact lens corneal reshaping on refractive error-specific quality of life. Optom Vis Sci 2006;83:354-9.

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(p. 33) Solution-Induced Staining and Comfort During Lens Wear, by Gary Andrasko, OD, MS

 

1.      Jones L, MacDougall N, Sorbara GL. Asyptomatic corneal staining associated with the use of balafilcon silicone-hydrogel contact lenses disinfected with a polyaminopropyl biguanide-preserved care regimen. Optom Vis Sci 2002;79:753-761.

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4.      Lebow KA, Schachet JL. Evaluation of corneal staining and patient preference with use of three multi-purpose solutions and two brands of soft contact lenses. Eye Contact Lens 2003;29:213-220.

5.      Jones L, Jones D, Houlford M. Clinical Comparison of Three polyhexanide-preserved disinfecting solutions. Contact Lens Ant. Eye 1997;20:23-30.

6.       Caroline P, Campbell R. Multipurpose Non-Keratitis. Contact Lens Spectrum 1997;3:2002-2003.

7.      Epstein AB. SPK with Daily Wear of Silicone Hydrogel Lenses and MPS. Contact Lens Spectrum 2002;17(11):30.

8.       Garofalo R, Dassanayake D, 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;31(4):166-174.

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(p. 38) Comparing Two Silicone Hydrogel Toric Lenses, By Jeffrey Sonsino, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 47) Pediatric and Teen CL Care: Contact Lenses and Myopia Progression, by Jeffrey J. Walline, OD, PhD, & Marjorie J. Rah, OD, PhD

 

1.          Dumbleton KA, Chalmers RL, Richter DB, Fonn D. Changes in myopic

refractive error with nine months' extended wear of hydrogel lenses with high

and low oxygen permeability. Optom Vis Sci. Dec 1999;76(12):845-849.

2.          Horner DG, Soni PS, Salmon TO, Swartz TS. Myopia progression in

adolescent wearers of soft contact lenses and spectacles. Optom Vis Sci.

1999;76(7):474-479.

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Effect of Soft Contact Lenses on Myopia Progression in Children. Invest.

Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2008:in press.

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permeable contact lenses to reduce progression of children's myopia. Am J

Ophthalmol. Jul 2003;136(1):82-90.

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effects of rigid contact lenses on myopia progression. Arch Ophthalmol. Dec

2004;122(12):1760-1766.

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Contact Lens Spectrum. 2003;18(3):40-42.

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two eyes of a monocular orthokeratology patient. Optom Vis Sci. Sep

2004;81(9):653-656.

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research in children (LORIC) in Hong Kong: a pilot study on refractive

changes and myopic control. Curr Eye Res. Jan 2005;30(1):71-80.

 

 

 

(p. 50) Readers’ Forum: Stability: the New Paradigm in Toric Contact Lenses, by Allan S. Tocker, OD

 

  1. Zikos GA, Kang SS, Ciuffreda KJ, et al. Rotational stability of toric soft contact lenses during natural viewing conditions. Optom Vis Sci 2007;84(11):1039-45.

 

 

(p. 56) Contact Lens Case Reports: Dry Eyes and Overnight Corneal Reshaping, by Patrick J. Caroline, FAAO, & Mark P. André, FAAO

 

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