Ex-vivo Adhesion of Bacteria to Different Contact Lens Materials

2019-10-03 07:54:42 | BioPortfolio


This is a single-site, 4-visit, contralateral, dispensing, open-label, randomized study. Each eligible subject will be randomized into one of two sequence groups to wear two lens types contralaterally (Test on the right eye and Control on left eye or vice versa).

Study Design


Visual Acuity




University of New South Wales
New South Wales


Not yet recruiting


Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.

Results (where available)

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