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OSD and Glaucoma

For in vitro diagnostic use only. For prescription use only. MMP-9, the protein tested by InflammaDry, is a nonspecific indicator for the presence of inflammation. A positive test result should not be used as the sole basis for treatment or other management decisions. False negatives may occur in patients with severe aqueous deficient dry eye. False positives may occur in patients with a recent history of ocular surgery or infection, allergic conjunctivitis, or other ocular surface diseases. Certain medications may result in false negative or false positive results.