RISK FACTORS FOR CONTACT LENS COMPLICATIONS

  • Mirna Štabuc Šilih Eye Clinic, University Medical Centre Ljubljana
Keywords: compliance, keratitis, infiltrates, neovascularisation, polymegathism

Abstract

Contact lenses are freely available without professional examination and fitting, as well as without adequate introduction and instructions on handling, disinfection and storage. Contact lenses may have physiological, metabolic and anatomic effect on the eyes, which is manifested both on the eyelids, lacrimal film, conjunctiva and in all layers of the cornea - the epithelium, stroma and the endothelium. We can see these complications too often at our everyday work. The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to the potential complications due to inappropriate use of contact lenses.

Contact lenses are otherwise a safe and effective method of correcting visual acuity; they are also useful for therapeutic purposes. Complications related to contact lenses wear could be largely avoided with an appropriate professional approach and the compliance of contact lens wearers. It is important to discuss with patients their medical history, their desires and expectations, their working and living environment; followed by professional examination of patients and appropriate fitting of contact lenses. Patients should receive detailed oral and written instructions and be subscribed to regular checks. But unfortunately, all this is not enough, if patients do not comply every day with given instructions.

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Published
2016-03-23
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Štabuc Šilih M. RISK FACTORS FOR CONTACT LENS COMPLICATIONS. ZdravVestn [Internet]. 23Mar.2016 [cited 15Nov.2019];85(2). Available from: https://vestnik.szd.si/index.php/ZdravVest/article/view/1472
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