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Intraocular Pressure Fluctuation During Hemodialysis in Chronic Renal Failure Patients
|Keywords: ||Hemodialysis;IOP;Blood pressure;Anterior chamber depth|
|Issue Date: ||2012-10-25T09:02:55Z
|Abstract: ||目的：探討慢性腎衰竭病人接受血液透析當中眼壓變化的趨勢，並同步觀測血壓及眼前房深度之變化。 |
Purpose: To study the trend of intraocular pressure (IOP) changes in the uremic patients during hemodialysis and their relationship with blood pressure and anterior chamber depth changes.
Patients and Methods: We completed the examinations in 86 eyes of 43 chronic renal failure patients. After obtaining the informed consent, the IOP was measured by a tono-pen and anterior chamber depth by A-scan ultrasonography. Blood pressure and all other data were recorded in a supine position before hemodialysis and every hour since then for four hours..
Results: Triphasic TOP changes were noted during hemodialysis. Significant difference was noted among the five TOP measurements (p=0.0068). It showed an initial elevation one hour after hemodialysis, and with a gradually depression trend throughout the hemodialysis, and then elevated again immediately after the hemodialysis. There were no significant changes of the blood pressure and anterior chamber depth changes in the whole procedure of hemodialysis. There was also no correlation among IOP, mean arterial pressure, and anterior chamber depth during the hemodialysis.
Conclusion: We observed a triphasic IOP changes during hemodialysis. No correlation was found between mean arterial blood pressure and anterior chamber depth changes during the course of hemodialysis.
|Relation: ||中華民國眼科醫學會雜誌, 44(2): 96-103|
|Appears in Collections:||[統計資訊研究所] 期刊論文|
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