Eye-VapoMeter Articles

Eye-VapoMeter in scientific articles

Below is a list of references for the scientific studies related to the Eye-VapoMeter.

References

Abusharha, Ali et al. 2022. “Evaluation of Tear Evaporation Rate in Patients with Diabetes Using a Hand-Held Evaporimeter.”
Healthcare (Switzerland) 10(1): 4–11.

Fagehi, Raied et al. 2022. “Measurements of Tear Evaporation Rate in Subjects with Refractive Errors Using a Portable Evaporimeter.”
Healthcare 10(2): 405.

Abusharha, Ali. 2021. “Assessment of a Cationic Emulsion to Control the Tear Film Evaporation Rate.”
Clinical Optometry 13: 243–48.

Abusharaha, Ali et al. 2019. “Assessment of Tear-Evaporation Rate in Thyroid-Gland Patients.”
Clinical Ophthalmology 13: 131–35.

Agarwal, Priyanka et al. 2019. “Preclinical Studies Evaluating the Effect of Semifluorinated Alkanes on Ocular Surface and Tear Fluid Dynamics.”
Ocular Surface 17(2): 241–49.

Ahmed Alanazi, Saud. 2019. “Assessment of the Tear Evaporation Rate in Chronic Smokers Using Delfin VapoMeter.”
International Journal of Ophthalmology & Visual Science 4(2): 37.

Siddireddy, Jaya Sowjanya et al. 2018. “The Eyelids and Tear Film in Contact Lens Discomfort.”
Contact Lens and Anterior Eye 41(2): 144–53.

Wong, Stephanie. et al. 2018. “Tear Evaporation Rates: What Does the Literature Tell Us?”
Contact Lens and Anterior Eye 41(3): 297–306.

Craig, Jennifer P. et al. 2016. “Exploring the Predisposition of the Asian Eye to Development of Dry Eye.”
Ocular Surface 14(3): 385–92.

Craig, Jennifer P. et al. 2015. “Prospective Trial of Intense Pulsed Light for the Treatment of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction.”
Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 56(3): 1965–70.

Rohit, Athira et al. 2014. “Validating a New Device for Measuring Tear Evaporation Rates.”
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 34(1): 53–62.

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