Aqueous salt transport through soft contact lenses: An osmotic-withdrawal mechanism for prevention of adherence
Contact Lens and Anterior Eye, 07/31/2012
Cerretani C et al. – The proposed osmotic–withdrawal mechanism successfully predicts a self–consistent threshold lens salt permeability when thin–film attractive binding forces are introduced. For the first time, we present a quantitative picture for the possible origin of a threshold salt permeability in soft contact lenses (SCLs) manufacture.