Is 24-hour intraocular pressure monitoring necessary in glaucoma?
PUBLICATION - Seminars in Ophthalmology - Although intraocular pressure (IOP) is the only treatable risk factor for glaucoma, its 24-hour behavior is poorly understood.
Kaweh Mansouri, Robert N. Weinreb, and Felipe A. Medeiros
Seminars in Ophthalmology, 2013; 28(3): 157-164
Tolerability of 24-Hour Intraocular Pressure Monitoring of a Pressure-sensitive Contact Lens
PUBLICATION - Purpose: To investigate tolerability and safety of a new diagnostic device for 24-hour intraocular pressure monitoring in healthy subjects and age-matched glaucoma patients.
Katrin Lorenz, MD, FEBO, Christina Korb, MD, Nicola Herzog, MD, Jan M. Vetter, MD, FEBO, Heike Elflein, MD, Munir M. Keilani, MD, and Norbert Pfeiffer, MD - Journal of Glaucoma 2013, Apr-May;22(4):311-6 DOI: 10.1097/IJG.0b013e318241b874
A minimally invasive device for the monitoring of 24-hour intraocular pressure patterns
PUBLICATION - US Ophthalmic Review - Intraocular pressure (IOP) is the only modificable risk factor for glaucoma and lowering of IOP remains the mainstay of glaucoma treatment.
Kaweh Mansouri, MD, MPH, René Goedkoop, MD and Robert N Weinreb, MD
US Ophthalmic Review, 2013;6(1):10-4
Analysis of Continuous 24-h Intraocular Pressure patterns in Glaucoma
PUBLICATION - Purpose: To present a method to analyze circadian intraocular pressure (IOP) patterns in glaucoma patients and suspects undergoing repeated continuous 24-h IOP monitoring.
Kaweh Mansouri, John HK Liu, Robert N Weinreb, Ali Tafreshi, Felipe A Medeiros
IOVS Published online before print November 8, 2012.
Corneal thickness after overnight wear of an intraocular pressure fluctuation contact lens sensor
PUBLICATION - Purpose: To assess the effect of overnight wear of a contact lens-based sensor (CLS) for monitoring of 24-hr intraocular pressure (IOP) fluctuations on central corneal thickness (CCT).
Florentina J. Freiberg, Jeanette Lindell, Luisa A.-L. Thederan, Swetlana Leippi, Yanan Shen, Thomas Klink - Acta Ophthalmologica Published online first September 13, 2012. doi:10.1111/j.1755-3768.2012.02495.x