Boston Medical Center to Evaluate Glaucoma Drop Aids

August 17, 2016

Eye drops are the first choice for patients being treated for glaucoma. However, many patients find it challenging to administer eye drops due to such issues as the blinking reflexes of the eye and handling the eye drop bottle. There are many drop aids on the market to address these challenges.

The Boston Medical Center recently announced a study to evaluate the effectiveness of various glaucoma drop aids in terms of increasing compliance and decreasing waste (the drop aids being tested by participants are: Ezy Drop Eye Delivery system, Fabrication Autodrop Eye Drop Guide, DROPin Eye Drop Guide, Cress Dropper, and Owen Mumford OP 6100 Autosqueeze).

Click here for further details about the study.




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