Bullous Keratopathy

Amniotic Patch Potential Use as directed by your doctor!

Persistent Epithelial Defects and Ulceration That Do Not Respond to Conservative Therapy

For individuals who have persistent epithelial defects that do not respond to conservative therapy who receive HAM, the evidence is limited. Relevant outcomes are symptoms, morbid events, functional outcomes, and quality of life. No
RCTs were identified on persistent epithelial defects and ulceration. Clinical input noted the difficulty in conducting RCTs for this indication and supported the use of amniotic membrane for persistent epithelial defects and ulcerations
that do not respond to conservative therapy. The evidence is sufficient to determine that the technology results in a meaningful improvement in the net health outcome.