Ocular Therapeutix Announces Successful Completion of Study of Sustained Drug Delivery Moxifloxacin Punctum Plug
October 14, 2010
Ocular Therapeutix, Inc. announced the successful completion of a clinical study of their sustained drug delivery moxifloxacin punctum plug. The study was a single-site, single-armed, single-dose study in which 10 patients received the punctum plug immediately following cataract surgery and were evaluated over a 10-day period.
Primary outcome measures were plug retention and moxifloxacin levels above the minimum concentration to stop growth in various strains of bacterial conjunctivitis.
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