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Catalys Precision Femtosecond laser (J J)

The true non-applanating LIQUID OPTICS Patient Interface does not produce corneal endothelial folds, resulting in outstanding cornea incisions. The Interface Sizes: 12mm to 14.5 mm

The CATALYS® System’s full-volume, 3D, high-resolution optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging and INTEGRAL GUIDANCE Technology work together to help you deliver optimal, precise treatment.

  • Performs > 10,000 A-scans to capture high-resolution data for the full volume of the anterior segment
  • Identifies anterior cornea, posterior cornea, iris, anterior lens and posterior lens to guide laser delivery
  • Refreshes at 0.5 – 2.0 Hz for uninterrupted visualization of the eye throughout treatment
  • Generates accurate pictures of the anterior chamber using 3D OCT imaging data

https://www.surgical.jnjvision.com/sites/vision_us/files/2018_rebrand_catalys_brochure_-_us.pdf

Healon 5 Viscoelastic (J J)

4.000.000 mil Dalton MW, 2.3 % concentration, prototype of supercohesive with zero shear Viscosity of 7.000.000 mPas. 0.60ml Volume. The best to viscodilate the pupil.

 

Healon Duet Viscoelastic (J J)

Each Container has two OVDS

a/ Healon Endocoat : 800.000mil Dalton MW, 3 % concentration with zero shear Viscosity of  50.000 mPas.  0,85 ml Volume. Dispersive

b/ Healon Pro : 3,2 mill Dalton, 1% concentration, prototype of Viscoelastics with zero shear viscosity of 150.000mPas Cohesive  0,55ml

 

Healon GV Viscoelastic (J J)

5.000.000 mil Dalton MW, 1.4% concentration, prototype of supercohesive with zero shear Viscosity of 2.500.000 mPas. 0.55 and 0.85ml Volumes

 

Healon Pro Viscoelastic (J J)

3.200.000 mil Dalton MW, 1 % concentration, prototype of all viscoelastics. Cohesive  with zero shear Viscosity of 150.000 mPas. 0.55/ 0,80 ml Volume.

 

on line Vision Simulator -Tecnis Family of IOLs-

the Site will provide useful simulations for refractive errors and especially Vision simulations from the driver seat in night conditions explaining the halos/ glare phenomena haunting the bifocal/ trifocal Premium IOL Arena

Synchrony Dual Optic IOL (J-J-Visiogen)

 

The Synchrony IOL (Visiogen, Abbott Medical Optics, AMO, Santa Ana, Calif.) was a single-piece dual-optic, silicone lens designed to mimic the natural lens. It had a 5.5 mm high plus anterior optic of +32 D, coupled to a 6.0 mm negatively powered posterior optic. The concept is that these two lenses are separated by a spring-activated mechanism. The haptics separate the lenses at a given distance under constriction of the capsule, and during relaxation of the capsule following accommodative effort, anterior movement of the positive anterior optic produces increased power for near tasks.

Source: https://www.eyeworld.org/

TECNIS Symfony EDOF (ZXR00)

EDOF IOL on TECNIS Platform , posterior achromatic diffractive surface designed to reduce chromatic aberrations for enhanced image contrast, “echelette: feature to extend the range of vision.

TECNIS Symfony EDOF Toric (ZXT)

EDOF IOL on TECNIS Platform , posterior achromatic diffractive surface designed to reduce chromatic aberrations for enhanced image contrast, “echelette: feature to extend the range of vision. Toric Correction from 1.50 to 3.75D (4 models)  IOL Plane