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Finding solutions' buffering capacity

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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  • 111300 Optometry And Ophthalmology

Abstract

Among those special skills characteristics of a modern practitioner, "label literacy" can be one of the most valuable to the contact lens patient. But of the many components revealed by the label description, e.g., the active ingredients, preservatives, vehicles, and viscocity agents, possibly the least noted by either doctor or the patient are the buffering consituents. Yet they can often be easily identified.

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