Sapphire IOL (Elenza)


The Sapphire IOL (Elenza) is electronically controlled, remotely programmable, customisable and utilises nanotechnology, artificial intelligence and advanced electronics to auto-adjust focus in response to pupillary changes. Speed and amplitude of pupillary responses are used to differentiate between light and accommodation. The power-cell requires recharging every three-to-four days, has hibernation mode and a fail-safe mechanism that converts it to monofocal status till recharged.

First announced in 2011, Many Prominent Ophthalmic Surgeons in the directory Board of Elenza, One of the two probable  current “electronic IOL” .