Journal of Ophthalmology / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Twenty-Four-Hour Contact Lens Sensor Monitoring of Aqueous Humor Dynamics in Surgically or Medically Treated Glaucoma Patients

Table 1

Demographics and clinical data of subjects.

Ex-PRESS (Group 1)Hydrus (Group 2)Drug therapy (Group 3)Group 1 vs. Group 2 (p value)Group 1 vs. Group 3 (p value)Group 2 vs. Group 3 (p value)

Age (years)71.12 ± 11.4277.75 ± 4.6273.25 ± 4.780.140.880.07
Sex (M/F)17/12 (29)11/17 (28)11/21 (32)
Eye laterality (right/left)17/12 (29)9/19 (28)13/19 (32)
GAT-IOP before CLS application (mmHg)17.62 ± 3.4216.62 ± 3.1117.25 ± 3.110.590.890.59
GAT-IOP after CLS removal (mmHg)14.25 ± 2.5515.65 ± 1.6015.87 ± 3.900.230.450.78
CCT (µm)474 ± 47.27515.12 ± 20.25528.12 ± 18.430.0820.0160.15
MD of SAP (dB)−14.37 ± 9.74−5.00 ± 2.22−6.07 ± 2.190.0210.0380.38
PSD of SAP (dB)9.42 ± 4.614.21 ± 2.136.38 ± 3.050.0150.160.13

Data are expressed as mean ± SD, except for sex and eye laterality. SD, standard deviation; p, probability value of statistical hypothesis testing; GAT-IOP, Goldmann applanation tonometry intraocular pressure; CLS, contact lens sensor; CCT, central corneal thickness; MD, mean deviation; SAP, standard automated perimetry; PSD, pattern standard deviation; mmHg, millimeters of mercury; dB, decibel. Significant values by the Mann–Whitney U-test with Bonferroni’s correction for multiple comparisons ().