IOP Lowering Effects of Topical Anesthetics Used Frequently in the Ophthalmology Clinic
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Ages Eligible for Study:
19 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Subjects 19 years of age and older with normal eyes and with ocular disease.
Subjects must be 19 years of age and older
Corneal diseases including corneal transplants, corneal dystrophies, or trauma to the cornea that may prevent reliable tonometry of either eye.
Intolerant to topical Proparacaine and Benoxinate
Pregnant or nursing
18 years of age and younger.
Physical limitation preventing ability to obtain reliable intraocular measurements (e.g. difficulty positioning subjects in front of the slit lamp or inability to keep eyes open during the intraocular pressure checks).