Personal experience with using an IOL for varied situationsIn the absence of an in-the-bag IOL option following cataract surgery, there are practical benefits of using a three piece, fully pre-loaded aspheric acrylic hydrophobic IOL system and its suitability for a wide variety of situations.
Visual outcomes and incidence of PCO associated with a novel IOLA novel glistening-free IOL has been tested in 94 eyes and found to give good visual outcomes with a low incidence of PCO
Sulcus refractive IOLs solid option for presbyopia, other refractive errorsImplantation of a sulcus-supported, pseudophakic supplementary intraocular lens (IOL) can be a safe and effective method for improving vision in eyes with residual refractive error after cataract extraction, refractive lens exchange, or keratoplasty, said Thomas Kohnen, MD, PhD. It also can be used to provide reversible presbyopia correction.
Validating long-term toric IOL performanceFive years of experience with the Rayner T-flex aspheric IOL show it to be a safe, highly effective long-term method of correcting the widest possible range of sphere and cylinder errors in pseudophakic patients with pre-existing corneal astigmatism.
Intraoperative aberrometer evolves with new standard for accuracyNew, highly accurate aberrometer technology is now available for the intraoperative confirmation of spherical, toric, and multifocal IOL power.
Intraoperative aberrometry can help improve refractive resultsIntraoperative aberrometry aphakic and pseudophakic readings can be comparable with careful control of surgical variables. Both readings can be useful to predict postoperative manifest refraction.
Device improves irregular astigmatism in pseudophakic eyesA pinhole implant placed in the ciliary sulcus can improve visual acuity and reduce dysphotic symptoms in pseudophakic eyes with irregular corneal astigmatism. Implantation is even easier with the latest version of the investigational device