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Eye & Contact Lens: Science & Clinical Practice:
doi: 10.1097/ICL.0000000000000038
Erratum

The Effects of Contact Lens Materials on a Multipurpose Contact Lens Solution Disinfection Activity Against Staphylococcus aureus: ERRATUM

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In the article pages 368-377, of volume 38, number 6, there was an error in Figure 2. The data points for soak time 168 hours for the lenses enfilcon A and senofilcon A were incorrectly reported as 1.5 ppm PHMB concentration. The correct values for these lenses at those time point are 0.5 ppm PHMB concentration. A corrected figure is below.

The second and third sentence of the Results section should read: “Seven lenses affected the PHMB levels with the most dramatic decrease for etafilcon A lenses at 6 hours (p<0.001 for each lens). Only lotraficon B (p=0.86) did not significantly decrease PHM levels when compared with the controls.”

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REFERENCE

Shoff ME, Lucas AD, Brown JN, et al. The Effects of Contact Lens Materials on a Multipurpose Contact Lens Solution Disinfection Activity Against Staphylococcus aureus. Eye Contact Lens 2012;38:368–373.

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