collamer

collamer

(kol'o-mĕr),
A hydrophilic material with high biocompatibility and permeability to gas and metabolites used to manufacture implantable posterior chamber phakic intraocular lenses for refractive lens surgery.
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Hyperopic shift in refraction associated with implantation of the single-piece Collamer intraocular lens.
US-based medical device maker Staar Surgical Company's (NASDAQ: STAA) EVO Visian ICL implantable collamer lens has been approved for distribution in Canada by the Medical Devices Bureau of Health Canada, the company said.
Secondly, hyperopes often have different anatomy to myopes in terms of corneal shape, anterior chamber depth and axial length; this has implications for the feasibility and safety of laser refractive surgical correction, implantable collamer lenses and accurate lens calculations for pseudophakic intraocular lenses.
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Montalban, "More than a decade of experience with implantable collamer lens," Journal of Refractive Surgery, vol.
Effective 19 August 2015, Dr Holliday will lead the company's strategic initiative in building a research and development continuum incorporating its proprietary Collamer material and expanding into new areas of opportunity benefiting myopic, presbyopic and cataract vision care lenses and delivery systems.
Chasse and Cantalupo learned in January they were among 11 finalists, who also include Andrew O'Connor and Matthew Collamer from Worcester State.
The company's cataract solutions include toric, acrylic, silicone and collamer IOLs.
Collamer A N, Battafarano DL: Psoriatic Skin Lesions Induced by Tumor Necrosis Factor Antagonist Therapy: A Literature Review and Potential Mechanisms of Action.
Objectives: To assess the stability of axis and patient satisfaction after toric visian implantable collamer
It has a new chapter on the Cachet and more information on previous designs that have been updated, including the iris fixated Ophtec Artisan IOL and the foldable posterior changer, ciliary sulcus fixated styles of the intraocular collamer lens from Staar and the phakic refractive lens.