The phacoemulsification procedure. I. The effect of intraocular irrigating solutions on the corneal endothelium.

@article{McCarey1976ThePP,
  title={The phacoemulsification procedure. I. The effect of intraocular irrigating solutions on the corneal endothelium.},
  author={Bernard E. McCarey and Frank M. Polack and Wayne Marshall},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology},
  year={1976},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={449-57}
}
Irrigating solutions for intraocular purposes were evaluated for their possible damaging effects on the corneal endothelial cell structure and function. Rabbit corneal endothelium was perfused in vitro with Tis-u-Sol, Travenol Ringer's Solution, or Travenol Sodium Chloride. The irrigating solutions caused an immediate corneal swelling of 67 mum per hour +/- 5 (mean +/- standard error), which was not modified by a previous stabilization perfusion with glutathione-bicarbonate Ringer's (GBR). In… CONTINUE READING

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