Nd: YAG laser capsulotomy is a simple outdoor procedure though associated increase in intraocular pressure
(IOP) is inevitable without treatment6.
Via topical administration, VYZULTA, which the first prostaglandin analog with one of its metabolites being nitric oxide (NO), is indicated for the reduction of intraocular pressure
(IOP) in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
Additionally, endothelial dysfunction and vascular structural changes can substantially alter blood flow within the tissues and elevate intraocular pressure
, leading eventually to open angle glaucoma.
The intraocular pressure
was found to be raised in smokers in both the eyes which was also statistically significant.
mean values of this study are in accordance with previous findings in horses and fall within the reference values of intraocular pressure
, (KNOLLINGER et al.
Table 1: Intraocular pressure
measured with Air-puff Tonometer (Canon Full Auto Tonometer TX-F, Ja- pan).
The patient was shifted to operation theatre, all standard monitors were attached and all baseline parameters were noted including the intraocular pressure
(With the use of Schiotz tonometer after instilling two drops of 4% lidocaine in each eye).
Anterior segment imaging and the intraocular pressure
lowering effect of cataract surgery for open and narrow angle glaucoma.
Variation of ; intraocular pressure
with age and gender.
Paediatric glaucoma is accountable for 5 percent of childhood blindness worldwide, with elevated intraocular pressure
recognised as the only known modifiable risk factor for the condition.
KEY WORDS: Intraocular pressure
Central corneal thickness Metabolic syndrome Glaucoma.
Objective: To measure the difference in intraocular pressure
with use of two different types of eye speculums.
This study was to comply intraocular pressure
in correlation to severity of CP and motor possibilities of patients.
Their intraocular pressure
was measured at regular intervals during the study period.
Objective: To find out the patterns of changes in Intraocular Pressure
(IOP) with changes in body position, both in the sitting and lying position.