intraocular pressure

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intraocular pressure

[‚in·trə′äk·yə·lər ′presh·ər]
(physiology)
The hydrostatic pressure within the eyeball.
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When November IOP polling asked 18- to 29- year-oldsif the "American Dream is alive or dead" for them personally, respondents were nearly evenly split (49%: "alive;" 48%: "dead").
Now that this community IOP Repeat Reading Service has had its fee increased, re-auditing in one year should provide evidence of its effectiveness.
There is a direct correlation between right MAP and right IOP at all intervals (at 30 min interval is shown in Figure 1).
After therapy was initiated, IOP was measured every 5 days as long as no elevation of this pressure was noted and every 2 days when elevation was observed.
The multivariate linear regression identified the correlates of IOP.
Current products for glaucoma, such as beta blockers and prostaglandins, lower IOP by reducing the flow of fluid into the eye or increasing its drainage through a secondary pathway in the eye - the uveoscleral pathway.
There is tremendous unmet need for a drug delivery mechanism that can deliver therapeutic levels of IOP lowering medication without requiring penetration of ocular tissue such as the sclera, cornea or conjunctiva in patients with glaucoma and ocular hypertension" said Dr.
outstanding monies will convert into ordinary shares of IOP.
4 Elevated IOP is the only known modifiable risk factor for glaucoma and can typically be controlled with daily administration of eye drops several times a day, or in the most severe cases, with surgery.
Due to the fact that the GAT was calibrated against a relatively small group of real eyes, it will only produce correct estimates of IOP in patients who share similar corneal and tear film properties with the original calibration group.
At the most effective dose, IOP reduction from baseline (the primary endpoint of the study) was evident across visits, diurnal time points and both eyes while no conjunctival hyperemia related adverse events were observed.
com)-- On September 4, 2012, the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Association announced the completion of the first DMR Tier III Interoperability (IOP) test by awarding Hytera with IOP Certificates.