The Importance of Sustained IOP Lowering in Glaucoma Patients

by | March 2012

Short-term IOP fluctuation is an important consideration in creating medication regimens for glaucoma patients. Intraocular pressure (IOP) fluctuations can be categorized as either short-term (occurring over an interval of 24 hours or less) or long-term (occurring over weeks, months, or years).1 The importance of these pressure fluctuations for glaucoma progression has become a controversial topic.

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