Dry eye/OSD

Patients with Sjögren's syndrome, facial rosacea, rheumatoid arthritis, peripheral artery disease, and daily smoking history had more severe dry eye disease (DED) signs compared to patients without the condition, according to a study.

In this large-scale multi-center randomized clinical trial, 535 adult patients with moderate-to-severe DED underwent ocular surface exams and symptom evaluation using standardized protocols at baseline, 6 months, and 12 months.


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  1. Mar 05, 2021

Novel RASP inhibitor improves allergic conjunctivitis symptoms in allergen chamber model

In an investigational allergen chamber, a novel RASP inhibitor reproxalap (Aldeyra Therapeutics) demonstrated statistical superiority to vehicle across the typical symptoms and signs of allergic conjunctivitis, according to a poster…

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  1. Apr 15, 2021

Certain systemic diseases may lead to more significant dry eye disease symptoms

Patients with Sjögren's syndrome, facial rosacea, rheumatoid arthritis, peripheral artery disease, and daily smoking history had more severe dry eye disease (DED) signs compared to patients without the condition, according to a study.