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of or relating to or resembling the eye

relating to or using sight

visible

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Coraline hydroxyapatite as an ocular implant, Ophthalmology, 98, 370-377 (1991).
The paper #5004 entitled Hydrophobic Biodegradable Polysaccharide Implant for Controlled Drug Delivery, to be presented Thursday, May 1, 2008 at 8:45 AM (EDT), highlights results from a study demonstrating controlled in-vitro and in-vivo sustained release of a small molecule from a biodegradable polysaccharide ocular implant.
The trial treatment, designated LX201 by its developer Lux Biosciences of Jersey City, NJ, is a silicone matrix ocular implant that steadily releases therapeutic doses of cyclosporine A, locally, to the eye for one year.
A clinical-stage portfolio of projects including: i) a next-generation calcineurin inhibitor that has potential in several ophthalmic diseases and, as such, represents a pipeline of product opportunities; and ii) a silicone matrix ocular implant that steadily releases therapeutic doses of cyclosporine A locally to the eye.
Contract notice: Provision of sterile medical devices: Cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators, Ocular implants, Sterile medical ophthalmic devices, Sutures.
AqueSys is a clinical-stage medical device company focused on developing ocular implants that reduce intraocular pressure (IOP) associated with glaucoma, a group of diseases that damage the eye's optic nerve and can result in vision loss and blindness.
Ocular implants have been the platform for the sustained release of therapeutics, either from biodegradable or non-degradable matrices.
8220;We are delighted to have a strategic partner with strong expertise in clinical research such as ocular pharmacology and proteomics, refractive surgery, retinal imaging and ocular implants.