Auswirkungen von Acetazolamid (Diamox^ , Glaupax^ ) auf die Tranenproduktion

@article{Rohrschneider1991AuswirkungenVA,
  title={Auswirkungen von Acetazolamid (Diamox^ , Glaupax^ ) auf die Tranenproduktion},
  author={Klaus Rohrschneider and Koch Hr},
  journal={Klinische Monatsblatter Fur Augenheilkunde},
  year={1991},
  volume={199},
  pages={79-83}
}
In view of personal clinical observations, it appeared possible that a therapy with the carboanhydrase inhibitor acetazolamide leads to a reduction of tear production and induces a dry eye syndrome. Tear secretion was therefore measured by Schirmer tests in a control group of 66 patients after cataract surgery and in a test group of 20 patients who were treated with acetazolamide (Diamox, Glaupax) on the day after the cataract operation. The results were subjected to a statistical analysis with… 
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