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    Benefits Of Contact Lens

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    Today, many people are experiencing eyesight problems and they will always have a tough decision in choosing whether they should use eye glasses or contact lenses. Do you use eye glasses? If you do, you may not know what the benefits of contact lenses can give you. People complain about their problems and difficulties with eye glasses such as blurry vision, difficulty in playing sports, etc. I think they must start using an alterntative tool that could aid them in their eyesight problems such as the Contact lenses. There are tons of benefits that one can obtain from using Contact lenses. It is more convenient and efficient for a person with eyesight problems to use contact lenses instead of eye glasses. One main reason is that contact lenses…

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    Problem Exists Many people wear contacts to help emphasize their ability to see. Most simply find this particular type of vision amplifier convenient and are preferred by people who do not like wearing glasses. Because of this, laziness contributes to not sufficiently washing contact lenses to the maximum extent at the end of the day, in that some people do not wash them as thoroughly as they should. This along with the unawareness and importance of washing one’s hands to rid the bacteria…

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    Contact lenses are usually used as an alternative to spectacles. They are placed directly on the cornea. They can be classified as hard or soft contact lenses. Soft contact lenses are made of flexible hydrophilic ("water-loving") plastics called hydrogels[1]. Hydrogel contact lenses Hydrogel contact lenses are made from polymers. These polymers contain chains of monomers linked together by cross-linking agents to form a polymer network. Since the cross-linking agents are few, there will be…

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    Interstitial Keratitis

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    Interstitial Keratitis, or its abbreviation “IK” for many ophthalmologists, is an inflammation of the cornea. “Keratitis” is the term for inflammation of the cornea, while “interstitial” refers to the area between cells. In this case, it refers to the stroma—the area between the epithelium and endothelium of the cornea. Other names include “nonulcerative keratitis”, which describes the inflammation as not breaking through the epithelial layer of the cornea via sores, “syphilitic keratitis,”…

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    Current contact lens case hygiene guidelines of FDA involving with rubbing and cleaning with disinfecting solution and allow them to air dry with face down position.(http://www.fda.gov/downloads/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm048900.pdf. Accessed 2014/09/10 2008) But now there are very guidelines on air-drying location and position of the contact lens storage cases.(Y. T. Wu, Zhu, Willcox, et al. 2010a) Among optometrists there are still lots of discrepancies regarding recommendation about the…

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    The Effects of My Corneal Ulcer I was a contact wearer and I wore contacts for about four to five months until something execrable occurred. I thought it was just a common pink eye but, later found out that I had contacted a corneal ulcer which I knew would probably change my life forever. The use of contact lenses resulted in a corneal ulcer that contributed to the loss of my eyesight. I have regained my eyesight but I still have trouble seeing. If I didn’t go to the…

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    1. I’m now a Master’s student in Ophthalmology major. My thesis research will be “Risk of Infection from Swimming with Contact Lens On.” Objective: The objective of this study is to know the risk of eye infection from swimming with contact lens on. Justification: Although the risks that are associated with extensive wearing of contact lenses are well known, there has not been a sufficient explanation of the cause of swimming with contact lens on increases the risk of infection. This research…

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    Case Report: PK, a 34 year-old, Indian female, first presented to the Cornea and Contact Lens Department of the University Eye Care Center on October 18, 2016 with a chief complaint of dry eyes and blurred vision through her current glasses most prominent in the evening. Patient PK is a financial analyst that spends eight to ten hours on the computer each day. During her free time she enjoys going out with friends and running. PK reported a history of occasional soft contact lens wear with…

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    Vistakon Case Summary

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    Vistakon operates within the contact lens industry. In this industry, Vistakon is among the leading brands due to it’s revolutionary disposal Acuvue contact lens. Seeking to improve upon prior success, Vistakon has developed the 1 Day Acuvue. The objective of this product is to maintain and expand industry leadership through innovation. Now faced with a national launch decision, Vistakon should launch1 Day Acuvue. As Vistakon prepares to launch 1 Day, they are concerned with how to price the…

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    Unwanted phone contacts 2.1 Definition Unwanted phone contacts. This is the number of phone contacts received from customers that are ‘unwanted’ from the customer’s point of view. This includes a contact about an event or action that has caused the customer unnecessary aggravation (however mild). It also includes repeat or chase calls by the customer to the company. This is determined by the subject matter of the call. 2.2 Aim To measure the number of phone contacts to the company that, from…

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