Contact Lens Spectrum

June 2009

Document #163

 

References

 

 

(p. 14) Point/Counterpoint: Hydrogen Peroxide Versus MPS

 

Peroxide Systems Provide Maximum Disinfection Efficacy, By Charlotte Joslin, OD, PhD

 

 

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(p. 17) Prescribing for Astigmatism: Let Your Astigmatic Patients Try Soft Toric Lenses, By Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS, FAAO

 

Holden BA. The principles and practice of correcting astigmatism with soft contact lenses. Aust J Optom 1975;58:279-99

 

 

 

(p. 19) Contact Lens Materials: Contact Lens Deposits — Patient or Material Driven? By Lyndon Jones, PhD, FCOptom, FAAO, & Kathy Dumbleton, MSc, MCOptom, FAAO

 

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11.       Garrett Q, Garrett RW, Milthorpe BK: Lysozyme sorption in hydrogel contact lenses. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1999; 40;5: 897-903.

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(p. 40) Soft Multifocals: Practice Growth Opportunity, By Joseph B. Studebaker, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 50) Reader and Industry Forum: Corneal Staining: Dry Eye or Something More? By Debbie S. Murnan, OD, BS

 

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