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Methods We reviewed 2124 eyes that underwent FLACS or CP in this retrospective review conducted in a tertiary care ophthalmic hospital. FIGUREB1 0. 11 logMAR and 0. 21 logMAR for FLACS and CP, respectively, a postoperative mean UCVA. After one month, the postoperative mean UCVA was 0. 05 0. 05 logMAR and 0. 14 u00b1 0. 23 logMAR for FLACS and CP, respectively, according to a report, the postoperative mean UCVA. Mean CDVA was 0. 02 logMAR and 0. 06 logMAR for FLACS and CP, respectively, with 0. 07 logMAR and 0. 06 logMAR for FLACS and CP. The CP group's CDE, 6,17 u00b1 3. 86, and 9. 74 u00b1 6. 02, according to u00b1 6. 02 for the CP group.
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Methods Patients with dry eye syndrome were treated with 0. 3 percent and 0. 1 sodium hyaluronate eye drops to determine the clinical improvement in each treatment group. Patients with dry eye syndrome after phacoemulsification were divided into treatment group A, which received conventional therapy and therapy with 0. 3% sodium hyaluronate; treatment group B, undergoing traditional therapy and insulin therapy with 0. 1% sodium hyaluronate; and the control group, who was limited to traditional therapy and therapy with 0. 1% sodium hyaluronate; and group B, suffering from dry eye syndrome after phacoemulsification; and group A One drop at a time, two groups were given different amounts of sodium hyaluronate eye drops four times a day. Adding sodium hyaluronate eye drops will restore tear film thickness and improve corneal surface regularity, and a 0. 3% solution to sodium hyaluronate eye drops is more cost-effective than a 0. 1% solution.
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