Last updated on December 2018

Topography Guided LASIK by Different Protocols for Treatment of Astigmatism

Brief description of study

Background and Rationale:

LASIK has been among the highest satisfaction rates of surgical procedures, ranging from 82%-98%. Different ablation profiles have been developed over the years. The purpose of this study is to validate this novel measurement by comparing the visual outcomes when the TMR is used in myopic astigmatic LASIK to using the standard manifest refraction or the Topolyzer measurements alone.

Objectives :

To evaluate the safety, efficacy and predictability of topography-guided myopic LASIK with three different refraction treatment strategies.

Detailed Study Description

Candidates for refractive surgery above 18 years with myopic astigmatism and no previous ocular surgery.

Sample size 60 eyes. surgery:

  • 60 eyes of myopic topography-guided LASIK procedures with the same refractive platform (FS200 femtosecond to create a flap between90: 110 m with diameter 8:9 mm and EX500 excimer lasers) will be randomized for treatment as follows:
  • Group A: 20 eyes will be treated using Contoura vision with the standard manifest refraction.
  • Group B: 20 eyes will be treated with Contoura vision using the topographic astigmatic power and axis and without change in the spherical power (using the same spherical power as the manifest refraction).
  • Group C [TMR]: 20 eyes will be treated with Contoura vision using the topographic astigmatic power and axis and modifying the spherical power to obtain the same spherical equivalent as the manifest refraction. This is done by subtracting half of the difference between topographic astigmatic power and the manifest astigmatic power from the spherical power (topography-modified treatment refraction).
  • The standard postoperative treatment is combined steroids and antibiotics eye drops 5 times daily for one week ,then three times daily for three days and lubricant eye drops 5 times daily for six months.

Postoperatively, the patients will be examined at 1 week, 1 month and 3 months. All postoperative follow-up visits included measurement of UDVA, CDVA (if indicated) and refraction, besides full ophthalmological examination and performing pentacam and topolyzer after 3 months

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03597906

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