Comparative analysis of carmellose 0.5% versus hyaluronate 0.15% in dry eye: a flow cytometric study.

@article{Snchez2010ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative analysis of carmellose 0.5% versus hyaluronate 0.15% in dry eye: a flow cytometric study.},
  author={Miguel Angel S{\'a}nchez and Pilar Torralbo-Jimenez and Natalia Gir{\'o}n and Beatriz de la Heras and Rocio Herrero Vanrell and Pedro Arriola-Villalobos and David D{\'i}az-Valle and Alberto {\'A}lvarez-Barrientos and Jos{\'e} Manuel Ben{\'i}tez-del-Castillo},
  journal={Cornea},
  year={2010},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={167-71}
}
PURPOSE To compare the effects of Viscofresh 0.5% (carmellose sodium 0. 5%) versus Lubristil (sodium hyaluronate 0.15%) in dry eye syndrome and to study the influence of these two treatments on the expression of various inflammatory markers by flow cytometry in impression cytology specimens. METHODS In this randomized, masked-observer, parallel group, single-center study, 15 patients with dry eye syndrome were randomized to sodium carmellose 0.5% or sodium hyaluronate 0.15% 1-month treatment… CONTINUE READING

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