BCL

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AcronymDefinition
BCLBanque Centrale du Luxembourg
BCLBass Clarinet
BCLBase Class Libraries
BCLBachelor of Civil Law (degree)
BCLBusiness Corporation Law (New York state)
BCLBap Communication Layer
BCLBattery Charge Level
BCLBinary Coded Language
BCLBinary Code License
BCLBandage Contact Lens
BCLB-Cell Cll/Lymphoma
BCLBaltimore Catholic League (Maryland high school basketball)
BCLBusiness Capability Lifecycle
BCLBattelle Columbus Laboratories
BCLBeaverton City Library (Oregon)
BCLBeaver Creek Lodge (various locations)
BCLBroadcast Communications Limited (New Zealand)
BCLBritish Columbia Liquor (BC, Canada)
BCLBachelor of Canon Law (degree)
BCLBishops' Committee on the Liturgy
BCLBeijing Capital Land Ltd. (China)
BCLBergen County Line (New Jersey Transit commuter rail line)
BCLBuilding Customer Loyalty
BCLBattlefield Coordination Line
BCLBharti Cellular Ltd. (est. 1995; India)
BCLBank Comfort Letter
BCLBatch Command Language
BCLBadminton Club Lensois (France)
BCLBinary Cutter Location
BCLBrian Charles Lara (cricket player)
BCLBrisbane City Life (Australia)
BCLBriefing Checklist
BCLBank Capability Letter
BCLBusiness Company Law (various locations)
BCLBig City Lifestyle
BCLBoyertown Community Library (Boyertown, PA)
BCLBelow Ceiling Level
BCLBanca Commerciale Lugano
BCLBanque Centrale de Libye (French: Central Bank of Libya)
BCLBroadcasting Listeners
BCLBaccalaureus Commercii Law
BCLBataillon de Chars Légers (French: Light Tank Battalion; French military)
BCLBasic Control Language
BCLBolton Coventry Lyman (Connecticut high school hockey)
BCLBases, Corpus, Langage (University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis; France)
BCLBank Credit Letter (finance)
BCLBéton Contrôle Landais (French: Concrete Control Landais)
BCLBusiness/Community Liaison (Job Corps public relations position)
BCLBasic Contour Line
BCLBarix Control Language
BCLBurroughs Common Language
BCLBudget Control Level (Seattle, WA)
BCLBasket Club Lourdais (French basketball club)
BCLBold Christian Living
BCLBaseline Calibration Listing
BCLBrive Corrèze Limousin (French biking club; est. 2006)
BCLBradshaw Corporate Logistics (UK)
BCLBasic Cost-Sensitive LRU (Least Recently Used; algorithm)
BCLBudget Control Log
BCLBlair County League (Pennsylvania high school athletics)
BCLBadminton Club de Lezennes (Lezennes, France)
BCLBox Composition Language
BCLBiocare Labs (Islamabad, Pakistan)
BCLBus Controller and Loopback
BCLBains et Cuisines du Libournais (French: Bathrooms and Kitchens of Libourne; Libourne, France)
BCLBasket Club de Lesquin (French basketball club)
BCLBasket Club Loossois (basketball club; Loos, France)
BCLBosik Consultants Ltd
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Corneal ulcer and perforation are usually with poor prognosis, including profound visual loss and various severe secondary intraocular diseases.[sup][1] Management of corneal ulcer and perforation include the application of bandage contact lens, gluing, conjunctival flaps, AMT, and corneal transplantation.
Controlled evaluation of a bandage contact lens and a topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug in treating traumatic corneal abrasions.
Bandage contact lens was placed at the end of procedure and patients were advised with topical moxifloxacin, nepafenac and cyclopentolate eye drops three times a day for 01 week.
There are several methods for the treatment of corneal perforation, including primary suturing, application of a bandage contact lens, gluing, amniotic membrane transplantation, the use of conjunctival flaps, and keratoplasty.
A protective bandage contact lens is then placed over the epithelium, which allows the epithelial layer to heal with minimal disturbance over a period of three to five days.
Postoperative care included the use of a soft bandage contact lens in all of the eyes in Groups 4-6.
Topical rimexolone 1% q6h, cyclopentholate q8h, and ciprofloxacin 500mg q12 PO were prescribed with a bandage contact lens to the left eye.
Collagen cross-linking is less invasive compared to other methods for treatment of keratoconus, but epithelial debridement and bandage contact lens wearing may lead to the development of bacterial keratitis.
* Bandage contact lens for RCE to promote epithelial healing and for pain relief (10,13,14)
After each ablation the cornea is examined and, when the central cornea is free from calcium, the treatment is stopped and a bandage contact lens is placed on the cornea.
At the end of the procedure, a bandage contact lens is fitted to help reduce discomfort and to promote corneal epithelialisation.