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Effects of Hyperbaric Conditions on Corneal Physiology With Hydrogel Contact Lenses

Socks, J. F; Molinari, Joseph F; Naval Submarine Medical Research Lab Groton Ct
Format
Book; Government Document; Online; EBook
Published
Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, 02 OCT 1987
Language
English
Access Restriction
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
Summary
Four chamber subjects wearing various hydrogel contact lenses underwent hyperbaric exposures to 150 Feet Sea Water (FSWG) with a bottom time of 30 minutes for a total of 24 lens trials. No displacement of the lenses was reported, but bubbles formed in twenty-five percent of the trials. They were not, however, noticed by the subjects and did not significantly affect vision or corneal physiology. Keywords: Divers; Vision; Diving
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10 pages
Mode of access: Internet.
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