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Table 5 Correlations between IOPs and corneal biomechanical parameters at 3 months visit (r [P])

From: Intraocular pressure changes and corneal biomechanics after hyperopic small-incision lenticule extraction

 IOPNCTbIOPIOPgIOPcc
CH0.48 (0.16)0.28 (0.44)0.56 (0.09)0.22 (0.54)
CRF0.75 (0.01)0.59 (0.07)0.91 (0.001)0.68 (0.03)
A1 Time (ms)0.66 (0.03)0.87 (0.001)0.71 (0.03)0.64 (0.06)
HC DA (mm)− 0.76 (0.006)− 0.74 (0.01)− 0.82 (0.007)− 0.76 (0.02)
SP A10.49 (0.15)0.32 (0.37)0.72 (0.04)0.49 (0.22)
CCT (μm)0.49 (0.11)0.32 (0.31)0.95 (0.001)0.83 (0.003)
Km (D)−0.05 (0.89)0.29 (0.36)−0.24 (0.51)− 0.36 (0.30)
  1. r correlation coefficient, CCT central cornea thickness at 3 month after surgery, CH cornea hysterisis, CRF cornea resistance factor, A1 Time first applanation time, HC DA deformation amplitude, the largest anterior-posterior displacement of the corneal apex at the highest concavity phase, SP-A1 Resultant pressure [adjusted pressure at A1 (adj AP1) – biomechanically compensated IOP (Biop)] divided by deflection amplitude at A1, IOPNCT non-contact intraocular pressure, biop biomechanical corrected intraocular pressure, IOPg Goldmann-correlated intraocular pressure, IOPcc cornea compensated intraocular pressure