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November 1947

SOLUTIONS USED WITH CONTACT LENSES

Arch Ophthalmol. 1947;38(5):668-676. doi:10.1001/archopht.1947.00900010685008
Abstract

A RESEARCH program was conducted throughout the year 1945 to obtain more information concerning the causes and prevention of clouding of the corneal epithelium by solutions used with contact lenses.

To eliminate varying personal equations, I used my own eyes exclusively and employed the same pair of contact lenses in all experiments.

PRESENT INVESTIGATION 

Problem 1: Effect of Carbon Dioxide in Contact Solutions Used in Lenses.  —It has been suggested that the carbon dioxide which passes through the cornea from the anterior chamber outward at the

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