PAVES Benchmarking Pilot Study of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

Clinical Trial ID: NCT04032457

Description

The study will compare the short-term clinical performance and wearer and practitioner acceptability in a pilot study of a new-to-market spherical silicone hydrogel daily disposable soft contact lens (SiHyDD) to three (3) benchmark soft daily disposable lenses (DD) and, subsequently, of a new-to-market hydrogel spherical daily disposable (HydDD) soft contact lens to three (3) other hydrogel daily disposable lenses. . The primary outcome variables for this study are subjective comfort and lens preference.

The objective of the study is to compare the short-term clinical performance and wearer and practitioner acceptability in a pilot study of a new-to-market spherical silicone hydrogel olifilcon B with Tangible Coating daily disposable soft contact lens (SiHyDD) to three (3) benchmark soft daily disposable lenses (DD) and, subsequently, of a new-to-market hydrogel etafilcon A with Tangible Coating spherical daily disposable (HydDD) soft contact lens to three (3) other hydrogel daily disposable lenses. . The primary outcome variables for this study are subjective comfort and lens preference.


Criteria

Inclusion Criteria: - Healthy full-time wearers of spherical daily disposable contact lenses - Vision correctable to 20/30 with spherical lenses in powers from +3.00 to +1.00 DS and from -1.00 to -7.00 DS - Visual acuity corrected to at least 20/30 with spherical contact lens Exclusion Criteria: - Participating in another clinical trial - Vision not correctable to 20/30 with lens powers listed above

  • Start Date

    2019-03-15

  • Last Updated

    2019-07-24

  • Sponsor

    Foresight Regulatory Strategies, Inc.

  • Condition Name

    Refractive Errors

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