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Clinical effect of artificial tear gel combined with diclofenac sodium in the treatment with xerophthalmia / 中国基层医药
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-617777
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Objective To investigate the clinical effects of artificial tear gel combined with diclofenac sodium in the treatment with xerophthalmia.Methods 110 patients with xerophthalmia were chosen as study subjects,and they were divided into research group(artificial tear gel + diclofenac sodium)and control group(artificial tear gel).BUT,FS,SIT,mental statue,symptom score and clinical effects after 20 days were compared between the two groups.Results The total effective rate of research group was 90.48%,which of the control group was 75.24%,the difference was statistically significant(x2=8.582,P<0.05).The FS[(0.87±0.15)points vs.(1.53±0.84)points]of the research group was lower than that of the control group after treatment,and the BUT[(9.86±1.13)s vs.(5.71±1.27)s],SIT[(6.85±1.59)mm/5min vs.(4.38±2.07)mm/5min]of the research group were higher than those of the control group,the differences were statistically significant(t=7.926,21.352,9.697,all P<0.05).After treatment,the symptom score of the research group was lower than that of the control group[(8.39±3.24)points vs.(12.85±3.42)points],the difference was statistically significant(t=9.701,P<0.05).The SDS score [(37.16±5.63)points vs.(56.49±6.14)points]and SAS score[(35.24±5.38)points vs.(54.30±6.42)points]of the research group were lower than those of the control group after treatment,and the differences were statistically significant(t=23.777,23.317,all P<0.05).Conclusion Artificial tear gel combined with diclofenac sodium can rapidly improve the clinical symptom of xerophthlmia and treatment effect.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Primary Medicine and Pharmacy Year: 2017 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Primary Medicine and Pharmacy Year: 2017 Type: Article