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Myopia Clinical Trials

A listing of Myopia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (35) clinical trials

A Study With Technolas TENEO 317 Model 2 Excimer Laser to Treat Participants With Myopia or Myopic Astigmatism

Technolas TENEO 317 Model 2 excimer laser is a scanning excimer laser that operates at 193 nm ultraviolet wavelength to photoablate corneal tissue in order to achieve a refractive change. It is planned to enroll and treat up to 334 participant eyes, with an expectation that 300 study eyes will ...

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Evaluating the Initial Lens Handling Experience of Neophyte Contact Lens Wearers Fitted With Precision1 and 1-Day Acuvue Moist Contact Lenses

The initial subjecting handling experience of neophyte contact lens wearers with Precision1 will be compared to that with a daily disposable lens which mas been on the market for numerous years (1-Day ACUVUE Moist).

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Evaluating the Performance of Precision1 Daily Disposable Contact Lens in a Group of Heavy Digital Device Users

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the performance of Precision1 DD CLs with regard to subjective symptoms (dryness, comfort, vision), lens fit and time to haze in CL wearers who identify themselves as heavy digital devices users (at least 6 hours of digital device use per day).

Phase N/A

Performance of Two Daily Disposable Contact Lenses When Frequent Replacement Lens Wearers Are Refit

The study is a prospective, double masked (investigator and participant), bilateral, randomized, cross-over dispensing study, which evaluates somofilcon A (test lens) and etafilcon A (control lens).

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Correcting Myopia Among Secondary School Children to Increase Academic High School Attendance Rates in Rural Communities

Research question: Will providing free glasses to myopic rural Chinese students, with a teacher incentive to promote use, increase academic high school attendance? Design: Cluster-randomised controlled trial Rationale: Rural Chinese children have high myopia prevalence, but poor access to glasses. Our previous trials show giving free glasses significantly improves academic ...

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Myopia Assessment of Two Manufacturing Processes

Randomized, controlled, multisite, subject- and observer-masked, contralateral clinical trial of 6-month duration to compare two SightGlass Vision Diffusion Optics Technology (DOT) spectacle lens manufacturing processes in reducing the progression of juvenile myopia.

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Post-market Follow Up Study on Paragon CRT 100 (Paflufocon D)

This clinical study has two phases: prospective and retrospective. Prospective Phase - evaluates the post-market long-term effectiveness and safety of the Paragon CRT 100 Contact Lenses, for temporary myopic refractive power reduction with minimum 12-month period follow-up. Retrospective phase - evaluates the post-market long-term safety of the Paragon CRT 100 ...

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Myopia Progression Trial With Novel Myopia Control Design Spectacle Lenses

Myopia has been considered as a 'global epidemic' owing to its rapid rise in prevalence across the world. Myopia significantly affects the quality of life of an individual socially by restriction of employment in various fields and economically by additional cost for eye care and spectacles and contact lenses (Lim, ...

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To Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Multifocal Soft Contact Lens in Myopia Control

This is a prospective, randomized, paired eye comparison, double-blind study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of "Soft Lens" in myopia control among schoolchildren. A total of 118 eyes are planned to be enrolled and the expect duration of subject participation will be 48 weeks not including two weeks ...

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Effectiveness of Orthokeratology in Myopia Control

Orthokeratology (ortho-k), when used for partial or full correction of myopia, has been shown to slow myopic progression in children by 36-56% as compared to their spectacle or contact-lens wearing peers.1 This effect is achieved by limiting the axial elongation of the eye,1, 2,3, 4 which is of particular concern ...

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