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COMPARISON OF CLINICAL EFFECT OF THREE KINDS OF SOLUTION FOR TESTS WITH OPHTHALMOSCOPE CONTACT LENS

Ge Zhuzhen Yang Wenhui Liu Xing Liu Quan (Zhengshan Ophthalmic Center)  
In order to compare the effect of three kinds of solution in ophthalmic examination, a clinical trial has been conducted. The observation of three treatment groups (with 107 eyes for each) shows that one-time-success rate of the group applying 2% hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC) in examination with three-mirror contact lens and others is 97. 2%, while those of the groups applying 5% poly vinyl-alcohol (PVA) and 0. 25% chloramphenicol are 47% and 11. 2% respectively. In view of its favourable in low cost, riskless, non-irritative and convenient to preparation, the 2% HPMC is recommended as the first choice among the three for clinical application.
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