Leading Peer-Reviewed Ophthalmic Journal Publishes Study on ImprimisRx’s Proprietary Klarity-C® Drops
“We’re pleased with the outstanding results of this multi-center retrospective study, which illuminate the clinical benefits that twice-daily treatment with our proprietary Klarity-C formulation may offer patients suffering from signs and symptoms of dry eye. More and more
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Summary of the Study
In this multi-center retrospective study of 50 adult patients (100 eyes), dry eye disease was defined as an ocular surface disease index (OSDI) score over 12 or a corneal staining grade over 1. All patients were treated with Klarity-C. At 3 months, mean OSDI scores improved significantly (38.19 vs 24.18, p < 0.001), as did the mean corneal staining grades (3.62 vs 2.20, p < 0.001). Based on OSDI scores, the number of patients with severe dry eye dropped from 31 to 10, and 17 reached the normal range. Eyes with corneal staining grades of 2 or 3 dropped from 21 to 8; 50 eyes had no corneal staining. No adverse events were observed.
The complete study is now available online.
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