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2014 | 1 | 4 | 246-251
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W kierunku lepszego zrozumienia neuropatii jaskrowej. 24-godzinny ciągły monitoring zmian wymiaru gałki ocznej

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Towards a better understanding of glaucomatous optic neuropathy. 24-hour continuous monitoring of changes in the eyeball dimension
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Intraocular pressure (IOP) nowadays is the only treatable risk factor for glaucoma. Current glaucoma management typically relies on single IOP measurements during clinic hours despite the fact that IOP is a dynamic parameter with individual patterns. New technologies enabling 24-hour ocular biomechanical data collection may soon improve our glaucoma understanding and treatment. This article bringing clinical data about first commercially available 24-hour continuous eye-volume monitoring system Sensimed Triggerfish with all its advantages, weaknesses and it related hopes.
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Ciśnienie wewnątrzgałkowe (IOP) jest jedynym modyfikowalnym czynnikiem ryzyka rozwoju i progresji neuropatii jaskrowej. Mimo że IOP jest parametrem dynamicznym, o indywidualnym wzorcu zmienności, obecnym standardem diagnostycznym są jego pojedyncze pomiary w ciągu godzin pracy jednostek poradnianych. Dzięki nowym technologiom, pozwalającym na 24-godzinny, ciągły pomiar ocznych parametrów biomechanicznych, możliwa będzie wkrótce poprawa naszego rozumienia patomechanizmów powstania jaskry oraz metod jej terapii. Poniższy artykuł przedstawia dane kliniczne dotyczące pierwszego, komercyjnie dostępnego systemu 24-godzinnego, ciągłego monitoringu zmian objętości gałki ocznej Sensimed Triggerfish, ze wszystkimi jego zaletami, słabymi stronami i nadziejami z nim związanymi.
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