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Synonyms for IOP

pressure exerted by the fluids inside the eyeball

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High preoperative IOP and decrease of IOP showed a significant association with the development of ODR.
OPP was calculated using the formula, mean OPP (MOPP) = (2/3) mean arterial pressure (MAP) - IOP.
The results of this study are very positive and show that the device is comfortable for people to wear and gives good measurements of IOP," he elaborated.
Worth 28,000 each in tax-free funding, the scholarships give successful candidates the opportunity to become part of the Institutes teaching community with access to networking events, educational trips, free membership of the IOP for the teacher training year and opportunities to contribute to physics education policy.
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There is considerable variation in the specific features of IOP, but it could serve as an entry point to care, a step-down level or a step-up level.
Measurements of IOP were obtained with a TonoVet rebound tonometer (Jorgensen Laboratories, Loveland, CO, USA) operated by 2 consistent veterinarians.
The IOP was measured first with APT (Canon Full Auto Tonometer TX-F, Japan) followed by its measurement with GAT (HAAG-STRIET AT 900, Koeniz Switzerland)
All four poses caused a rise in IOP among both healthy participants and glaucoma patients, with the greatest increase of pressure occurring during downward-facing dog.
Normal IOP within the general population has a range of 11-21 mm Hg.
Management of anaesthesia requires the control of IOP in the perioperative period since the IOP rise during open globe conditions like traumatic injury or cataract surgery may cause permanent loss of vision.