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Photochromic contact lens yields good driving performance

SAN ANTONIO – Subjects wearing Johnson & Johnson Vision’s photochromic contact lens performed just as well as and sometimes better than those wearing a non-photochromic contact lens, according to John R. Buch, OD, MS, FAAO, here at the American Academy of Optometry meeting.

Researchers at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, evaluated the subjects using six individual driving track metrics under both daytime and nighttime conditions, Buch said.

 

SAN ANTONIO – Subjects wearing Johnson & Johnson Vision’s photochromic contact lens performed just as well as and sometimes better than those wearing a non-photochromic contact lens, according to John R. Buch, OD, MS, FAAO, here at the American Academy of Optometry meeting.

Researchers at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, evaluated the subjects using six individual driving track metrics under both daytime and nighttime conditions, Buch said.

 

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