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The most common adverse events were reported in 1-6% of patients and included increased intraocular pressure, conjunctival hyperemia and/or hemorrhage, corneal edema, ocular pain, headache, tearing and vision blurred.
Ocular adverse reactions occurring in 5-15% of subjects in clinical studies with Durezol included corneal edema, ciliary and conjunctival hyperemia, eye pain, photophobia, posterior capsule opacification, anterior chamber cells, anterior chamber flare, conjunctival edema, and blepharitis.
Most frequently reported adverse events in patients treated for up to two years were anterior chamber inflammation, blurred vision, cataract, conjunctival hemorrhage, corneal edema, eye discharge, eye irritation, eye pain, hypertension, increased IOP, ocular discomfort, punctate keratitis, reduced visual acuity, visual disturbance, vitreous floaters, and vitreous opacities.
E[acute accent]Most frequently reported adverse events in patients treated for up to two years were anterior chamber inflammation, blurred vision, cataract, conjunctival hemorrhage, corneal edema, eye discharge, eye irritation, eye pain, hypertension, increased IOP, ocular discomfort, punctate keratitis, reduced visual acuity, visual disturbance, vitreous floaters, and vitreous opacities.
The most common complications or adverse events included transient intraocular pressure, transient corneal edema, iris prolapse, and inflammatory deposits on the device.
Other risks associated with the use of decorative contact lenses include conjunctivitis (an infection of the eye), corneal edema (swelling), allergic reaction and corneal abrasion due to poor lens fit.
The most common complications were transient increased intraocular pressure, transient corneal edema, and iris prolapse.
In addition to comfort, the PureVision lens's silicone hydrogel material is a healthy option regarding corneal edema for contact lens wearers because it allows more oxygen to get to the surface of the eye than traditional hydrogel lens materials.
Other results include conjunctivitis, an infection of the eye, corneal edema (swelling), allergic relation and corneal abrasion from poor lens fit, as well as reduction in visual acuity, contrast sensitivity and other visual functions.
Hypertonic saline agents are used to reduce corneal edema (swelling) of various etiologies, including the over wearing of contact lenses, and healing after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) surgery.
Most frequently reported adverse events in patients treated for up to 2 years were anterior chamber inflammation, blurred vision, cataract, conjunctival hemorrhage, corneal edema, eye discharge, eye irritation, eye pain, hypertension, increased IOP, ocular discomfort, punctate keratitis, reduced visual acuity, visual disturbance, vitreous floaters, and vitreous opacities.

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