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A clinical evaluation of the performance of the GP-II contact lens

1 February 1984


A clinical evaluation of the GP-II Contact Lens was made. Subjects were fitted with standard availability lenses and were subsequently monitored for a two month period. Of the twenty who started, twelve completed the study, thus 60% were successful. This study showed that corneal physiology was basically uncompromised within this experimental period. Variables considered were subjective symptoms, corneal health, lens centration and movement pachometry, keratometry, and distance refraction.


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