|drug997||Data collection up to 1 year Wiki||1.00|
|D008268||Macular Degeneration NIH||1.00|
|D008269||Macular Edema NIH||0.71|
There is one clinical trial.
In patients treated for exudative age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetes, retinal venous occlusion (OVR), or other conditions causing macular edema, treatments with anti-angiogenic intravitreal injections (IVT) are widely used both for their anti-angiogenic action. Patients often have injections for many years, sometimes monthly or every 2 months. The discontinuation of treatment with repeated injections of anti-angiogenic agents, linked to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic will potentially impact the visual acuity, the ophthalmological state and the quality of life of the patients concerned, therefore it is relevant to analyze the consequences the breakdown of usual care in this population.
Description: Change from baseline (last visual acuity before confinement) and visual acuity 6 months after resumption of follow-upMeasure: Change of visual acuity in patients treated with repeated IVT anti-angiogens during the COVID-19 epidemic Time: Baseline (Before confinement) and 6 months after resumption of follow-up
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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