Orthokeratology for Myopia Control: A Meta-analysis

@article{Si2015OrthokeratologyFM,
  title={Orthokeratology for Myopia Control: A Meta-analysis},
  author={Junkang Si and Kai Tang and Hong-sheng Bi and Da Dong Guo and Jun-guo Guo and Xing-rong Wang},
  journal={Optometry and Vision Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={92},
  pages={252–257}
}
PURPOSE To conduct a meta-analysis on the effects of orthokeratology in slowing myopia progression. [...] Key MethodMETHODS A literature search was performed in PubMed, Embase, and the Cochrane Library. Methodological quality of the literature was evaluated according to the Jadad score. The statistical analysis was carried out using RevMan 5.2.6 software. Expand

Paper Mentions

Interventional Clinical Trial
The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of Natural View Multifocal lenses, a soft multifocal lens, on retardation of myopia in an optometric student population. Close up… Expand
ConditionsMyopia, Progressive
InterventionDevice
Effect of Outdoor Activities in Myopia Control: Meta-analysis of Clinical Studies.
  • L. Deng, Yi Pang
  • Medicine
  • Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry
  • 2019
TLDR
The meta-analysis results suggest that there is a slightly lower risk of myopia onset and myopic shift with more hours of outdoor activities. Expand
Effects of orthokeratology on the progression of low to moderate myopia in Chinese children
TLDR
Ortho-k lenses are effective in controlling myopic progression in Chinese children, particularly in younger children and in children with higher myopia. Expand
Multifocal spectacles in childhood myopia: Are treatment effects maintained? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
TLDR
The ability of multifocal spectacle lenses to inhibit myopia progression was reduced during the second 6 months of wear, and it is not appropriate to extrapolate the treatment effect observed in the first 6 months or 12 months to estimate the likely future benefit of treatment. Expand
The Safety of Orthokeratology—A Systematic Review
TLDR
There is sufficient evidence to suggest that orthoK is a safe option for myopia correction and retardation, and long-term success of OrthoK treatment requires a combination of proper lens fitting, rigorous compliance to lens care regimen, good adherence to routine follow-ups, and timely treatment of complications. Expand
Interventions to control myopia progression in children: protocol for an overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses
TLDR
An overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses regarding the management of myopia progression in children and adolescents is conducted to provide insight into the appropriate regimes for the administration of these modalities and contribute to future guideline development. Expand
Efficacy and safety of interventions to control myopia progression in children: an overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses
TLDR
Existing evidence has failed to convince doctors to uniformly embrace treatments for myopic progression control, possibly due to existence of some heterogeneity, reporting of side effects and lack of long-term follow-up. Expand
Combined Orthokeratology with Atropine for Children with Myopia: A Meta-Analysis
TLDR
The study suggests that the combination of OK and 0.01% atropine is more effective in slowing axial elongation than OK monotherapy in children with myopia in a relatively short duration of treatment. Expand
Changes in axial length after orthokeratology lens treatment for myopia: a meta-analysis
TLDR
OK lens treatment appears more effective in slowing axial elongation than glasses during the early treatment of myopia in children. Expand
The effect of orthokeratology on axial length elongation in children with myopia: Contralateral comparison study
TLDR
Effectiveness of the orthokeratology (OK) lens slowing myopic progression compared with no intervention in pediatric eyes was proved using a contralateral eye study design, which prevented the influence of potential confounding factors. Expand
Update on Orthokeratology in Managing Progressive Myopia in Children: Efficacy, Mechanisms, and Concerns.
TLDR
In this systematic review, the authors collected published controlled studies that analyzed the efficacy of orthokeratology lens wear and calculated longitudinal relative changes in axial length, revealing a weighted average of -45.1% change in axIAL length at the 2-year follow-up. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 44 REFERENCES
Retardation of myopia in Orthokeratology (ROMIO) study: a 2-year randomized clinical trial.
TLDR
On average, subjects wearing ortho-k lenses had a slower increase in axial elongation by 43% compared with that of subjects wearing single-vision glasses, and younger children tended to have faster axial lengthening and may benefit from early orthi-k treatment. Expand
Myopia control using toric orthokeratology (TO-SEE study).
TLDR
Toric ortho-k lenses can slow axial elongation effectively in myopic children with moderate-to-high astigmatism and can be correlated significantly with the initial age of the subjects. Expand
Influence of overnight orthokeratology on axial elongation in childhood myopia.
TLDR
OK suppressed axial elongation in myopic children, suggesting that this treatment can slow the progression of myopia to a certain extent. Expand
Atropine for the treatment of childhood myopia.
TLDR
Topical atropine was well tolerated and effective in slowing the progression of low and moderate myopia and ocular axial elongation in Asian children. Expand
High Myopia–Partial Reduction Ortho-k: A 2-Year Randomized Study
  • Jessie Charm, P. Cho
  • Medicine
  • Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry
  • 2013
TLDR
This single-masked randomized study showed that PR ortho-k effectively slowed myopic progression in high myopes, and axial length elongation was 63% slower in PR ortha-k–treated children compared with children wearing spectacles. Expand
Factors Preventing Myopia Progression with Orthokeratology Correction
TLDR
Orthokeratology is a successful treatment option in controlling axial elongation compared to SV in children of older age, had earlier onset of myopia, were female, had lower rate of myopic progression before baseline, had less myopia at baseline, and had lower levels of parental myopia. Expand
The Longitudinal Orthokeratology Research in Children (LORIC) in Hong Kong: A Pilot Study on Refractive Changes and Myopic Control
TLDR
There was significant initial corneal flattening in the ortho-k group but no significant relationships were found between changes in Corneal power and changes in axial length and vitreous chamber depth and the relationships with changes of refractive errors, AL and VCD. Expand
Validity of axial length measurements for monitoring myopic progression in orthokeratology.
TLDR
Since ASL was not affected by ortho-k treatment, axial length measured reflects the true growth of the eyeball and is a valid parameter for monitoring myopic progression in ortho -k treated eyes. Expand
Myopia control with orthokeratology contact lenses in Spain: refractive and biometric changes.
TLDR
Orthokeratology contact lens wear reduces axial elongation in comparison to distance single-vision spectacles in children over a 2-year period. Expand
Myopia control in children through refractive therapy gas permeable contact lenses: is it for real?
TLDR
Studies show that the use of orthokeratology is a safe and efficacious nonsurgical treatment for myopia and that it is capable of slowing axial elongation, making it an effective myopic treatment for children. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...