Lindsay A. Nelson

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The purpose of this article is to review the prior research evaluating design techniques for glaucoma clinical trials to help ophthalmologists and pharmaceutical sponsors better develop literature-based studies that are cost- and time-efficient. We performed this study using known published articles by the authors and literature found on Pub Med. We(More)
visual target. Based on these two advantages, it is thought that this screening visual acuity test for children could be carried out over a short period of time without difficulty , so that this test may be widely applicable for use in the visual acuity tests of children. Comparison of the HOTV and Lea symbols charts for preschool vision screening. B ecause(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate by survey the comfort upon instillation of timolol hemihydrate compared to timolol maleate with potassium sorbate. DESIGN A prospective, multicenter, observational, non-interventional study. PARTICIPANTS One hundred and three patients of open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension who were ≥21 years old and were currently prescribed(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate methods which account for both eyes as a single, independent variable in glaucoma clinical trials. METHODS A review of clinical trial articles published between January 1995 and April 2011 evaluating currently used topical glaucoma medications. RESULTS This analysis included 17 articles with 36 treatment arms of which 14 were(More)
This paper revisits the issue of alienation and work. Although Marx saw alienation as an objective reality, others argue that it is a subjective experience of powerlessness, meaninglessness, isolation and self-estrangement. Feelings of alienation are also a central construct of existential psychologists, who focus on separation of the individual from the(More)
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