A clinical study has been undertaken in France in 2012 by Doctor Christian MALBREL, Ophthalmologist and former director of studies at the Reims Faculty of Medicine to test the efficiency of the E>Eye.
The clinical study is called TREATMENT WITH A POLYCHROMATIC PULSED LIGHT DEVICE FOR A DYSFUNCTION DESCRIBED AS “DRY EYE” IN THE FORM OF A CORNEAL CONDITION ASSOCIATED WITH A DEFICIENCY IN THE LIPID LAYER
“The study has been realised over 80 patients aged between 21 and 90 years, with an average age of 67, with no preselection and representative of the “standard” patient register of an independent practice.
The results show a significant subjective improvement, with satisfaction of the order of 90% following the first two treatment sessions. This improvement is established on the basis of the patient’s opinion of the discomfort experienced before and after the application of treatment and the associated focusing time, whether for reading or for work on a VDU. After the first treatment, this improvement is experienced for a number of days, and will only become more prolonged after the second and subsequent treatments.”
The whole clinical study and the detailed results are available on request only.
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