In light of its latest technology designed to provide patients with a high level of visual quality at near, far, and everywhere in between even at daily challenging light conditions; The concept of “Golden Ratio in IOL Technology” with its Acriva
Aetna began requiring that healthcare providers get preapproval for all cataract surgeries on July 1.
Johnson & Johnson Vision, the eye health subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, announced in a press release that its brand-new ACUVUE® Abiliti™ 1-Day Soft Therapeutic Lenses targeting myopia management in children have received green
Given the technological developments in ophthalmic surgery, more intricate and precise surgical instruments are needed, especially micro-instruments, which are slimmer, more delicate, and precise.
Preexisting corneal disease can be exacerbated by cataract surgery and may prevent well-tolerated cataract extraction. The corneal epithelial, stromal and endothelial disease may impact and be impacted by cataract surgery.
Metrovision Receives FDA Clearance for MonPackONE for Vision Electrophysiology PÉRENCHIES, France – Metrovision SAS, received FDA clearance for its MonPackONE Vision Monitor for vision electrophysiology applications including ganzfeld flash ERG and VEP,
In the absence of capsular support, the ophthalmic surgeon is faced with a number of choices for implantation of an intraocular lens (IOL). Myriad techniques have been described for fixation of an IOL either to the iris or the sclera in the ciliary...
BY THOMAS KOHNEN, MD, PHD, FEBO, — Given the high expectations of today’s cataract surgery patients to achieve excellent vision at all distances, we are now tasked with providing refractive precision as the standard of care.
A round-up of the eye related hot topics that have been trending on social media over the last few weeks.
There are three steps within cataract surgery in which laser technology can offer a superior technique to the use of conventional hand-held tools. The Corneal Incision During cataract surgery, doctors make an incision into the cornea in order to access,