Last updated on June 2019

Apioc Contact Lens Feasibility


Brief description of study

This clinical trial will document the feasibility of the Apioc lens design by assessing which lens shape parameters yield successful on-eye-fit and movement of the Apioc contact lens design and evaluate the subjectively-reported comfort of the Apioc contact lens design.

Detailed Study Description

This is a one-site, non-dispensing clinical trial using the Apioc contact lens design. This soft contact lens study will determine the feasibility of this design by determining which parameters of the shape of the Apioc Contact Lens design will yield a successful fit across subjects. We will also determine the percentage of subjects who can be successfully fitted with the Apioc Contact Lens Design. Because the feasibility of the lens design may be dependent upon age, a total of 50 subjects (10 subjects each across 5 decades of life) will complete the study. The data will be collected in a single visit for most subjects. A few subjects may be asked to return for a second visit if additional contact lens parameters need to be ordered to achieve a successful fit. The key assessments for this study will be demonstration of feasibility of fit, documentation of movement in all gazes, including translation, and subjective reports of comfort. Subjects will only wear contact lenses while in the office.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03688672

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The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH United States
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Recruitment Status: Open


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