J&J Survey Finds Few Japanese Use Contact Lenses Containing High Oxygen
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
J&J Japanese subsidiary, Tokyo-based J&J Vision Care Company, released survey results from 500 Japanese contact lens users, which found that although roughly 50 percent of respondents acknowledged that lack of oxygen could cause eye disorders, only 10 percent use high oxygen-containing contact lenses. The survey also found that 51 percent of users are aware of appropriate vision care. Among these people, 44 percent take regular breaks and 34 percent use eye drops. In terms of contact lens use, 20 percent wear them according to intended use times, 17 percent use contact lenses that are more comfortable to the eyes. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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