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10 - 14 Sept. 2016, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The difference between applying alcohol or non-alcohol application of it to remove cornea epithelial layer in increasing visual improvement in patients after LASEK surgery

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First Author: M. Zeinolabedin Moshref IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF

Co Author(s):    H. Zeinolabedin Moshref   H. Moshref   F. Nader Tubeni              

Abstract Details

Purpose:

A Comparison between alcohol and non-alcohol application to remove cornea epiteliuam layer and study of the effect of it on increasing visual improvement in patients.

Setting:

A Comparison between alcohol and non-alcohol application to remove cornea epiteliuam layer and study of the effect of it on increasing visual improvement in patients.

Methods:

There are 2 groups in this study as follows: Group A includes 60 patients with alcohol and Group B includes 60 patients without alcohol to remove cornea epitelium layer during lasek surgery. The result of all 120 patients evaluation has been shown in the following table:

Results:

We can conclude that non-alcohol application hasn’t much role in improvement process. However , cornea haziness has been reported 2 cases in our study in group A , but there hasn’t reported it in group B.

Conclusions:

There is a trivial difference between alcohol and non-alcohol application in improvement process. Also ,it is recommended non-alcohol in terms of cornea haziness. However, alcohol application due to increasing surgery process and other factors will be the better choice , according to most ophthalmologists.

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