The use of reusable lenses revealed the rare infection of the eye
London: A new study has found that people using reusable contact lenses increase the chances of being infected with rare eye infections, which can lead to their vision.
The study, conducted by British scientists, warned that wearing a swimming pool inside and during the bath, wearing sleep lenses also increase the risks mentioned.
Researchers inspected 200 people who used daily lenses or re -use lenses and went to the clinic due to eye infections or any other disease.
These individuals were diagnosed with Akinhoba Kertitis. In this infection, the eye levels are swollen and it can cause vision deprivation. This condition was more common in people who used the same lenses repeatedly.
This infection begins when the micro organisms are applied to the contract lenses through contaminated solutions or dirty hands and then enter the eyes through fine tears.
In this condition, the patient suffers eye discomfort, redness, blurred vision, the presence of eyes on the eyes and when the matter is serious.
The treatment of this disease involves anti -septics that have to be directly put on the eye level, and this treatment can potentially continue for six months to a year.
Professor John Dart, the head of the London’s Morefields Eye Hospital and the head of the research, said that this condition has seen an increase in the past years. But this infection is still rare and can be avoided.