Ralph Chu, MD

Scleral implant for presbyopia making accommodative gains
Scleral implant for presbyopia making accommodative gainsImplantation of an investigational device for presbyopia resulted in a minimal 2-line increase in distance-corrected near visual acuity and an actual reduction in the amount of near add needed over time, show findings from a single-center, subgroup analysis.
New corneal inlay offers choice for presbyopia improvementAn implantable corneal inlay recently approved by the FDA gives ophthalmologists a new choice in treating presbyopia.
Corneal inlay for presbyopia shows promise without added visual problems in pseudophakesThe Raindrop Near Vision Inlay (Revision Optics) improves near-visual performance without added visual disturbance in pseudophakic patients.
Patient satisfaction can help guide IOL selectionA patient satisfaction and quality-of-life survey found that three presbyopia-correcting IOLs provide better spectacle independence than monovision.