Correlating Patient-Reported Response to Hydroxypropyl Cellulose Ophthalmic Insert (LACRISERT®) Therapy with Clinical Outcomes: Tools for Predicting Response

@article{Mcdonald2010CorrelatingPR,
  title={Correlating Patient-Reported Response to Hydroxypropyl Cellulose Ophthalmic Insert (LACRISERT®) Therapy with Clinical Outcomes: Tools for Predicting Response},
  author={M. Mcdonald and G. D’Aversa and H. Perry and J. Wittpenn and Donald S. Nelinson},
  journal={Current Eye Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={35},
  pages={880 - 887}
}
  • M. Mcdonald, G. D’Aversa, +2 authors Donald S. Nelinson
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • Current Eye Research
  • Background/Aims: To determine whether patient-reported improvement in symptoms of dry eye syndrome, activities of daily living, and other quality-of-life measures after treatment with hydroxypropyl cellulose ophthalmic inserts correlates significantly with physician assessment of clinical outcomes. Methods: Patient registry of those treated for 1 month with inserts as monotherapy or in combination with existing treatments for moderate-to-severe dry eye syndrome. A total of 520 participants were… CONTINUE READING
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