Artificial tear improved dry eye symptoms in contact lens wearers

The use of a hyaluronic acid-trehalose artificial tear solution by contact lens wearers improved dry eye disease symptoms, as well as corneal and conjunctival quality, according to research published in Contact Lens & Anterior Eye.
“In order to mitigate the development of dry eye or its associated symptoms, the use of tear supplements and wetting agents has been proposed and can be useful as a treatment to reduce discomfort in patients with dry eye,” Elena Fernandez-Jimenez, of Complutense University of Madrid, and colleagues wrote. “In this pilot study, preservative-free

The use of a hyaluronic acid-trehalose artificial tear solution by contact lens wearers improved dry eye disease symptoms, as well as corneal and conjunctival quality, according to research published in Contact Lens & Anterior Eye.
“In order to mitigate the development of dry eye or its associated symptoms, the use of tear supplements and wetting agents has been proposed and can be useful as a treatment to reduce discomfort in patients with dry eye,” Elena Fernandez-Jimenez, of Complutense University of Madrid, and colleagues wrote. “In this pilot study, preservative-free