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This study aims to assess the short-term results of primary phacoemulsification and secondary posterior chamber intraocular lens (PCIOL) implantation in patients with uveitis.
The PanOptix trifocal IOL is a new trifocal intraocular lens which is proved to provide good range of vision for distance, intermediate and near and good visual quality in cataract patients with normal axial length. But whether it can get the same visual quality in myopia is still unknown
we aimed to analyze the effects of cataract surgery using a 1.8-mm steep-axis clear corneal incision (CCI) on the posterior corneal surfaces based on the keratometry from the rotating Scheimpflug imaging device (Pentacam HR) in candidates for toric intraocular lens (IOL) implantation
To evaluate the clinical outcomes with an extended range of vision (ERV) IOL based on achromatic diffractive technology.
Evaluation of the clinical safety and effectiveness of an hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens
The primary objective of the study is to observe the rotational stability of the implant 30 minutes, one day, 6 weeks, 6 months and 12 months after the implant surgery. In addition, the refraction will be measured as it is directly affected in the event of postoperative rotation. The correlation between postoperative rotation and the following parameters will be determined: PEXS, white-to-white, age, axial length, anterior chamber depth. Visual acuities with and without correction and the best refraction to assess the benefit of the implants will also be investigated.
Cataract surgery is a fast evolving refractive procedure, which aims to restore vision. The majority of intraocular lens (IOL) implants following cataract surgery are monofocal IOLs, which have been designed to improve distance vision by replacing the lens diopter power with a single focal point. Monofocal IOLs have been associated with very few complications related to the material or the technology. However, after the surgery patients are spectacle dependent for near and intermediate tasks. This, in turn, has decreased the patient's post-operative satisfaction and quality of life. Multifocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) were introduced into the market in the 1980s. This type of IOLs provides clear distance and near vision, which affects the quality of life and visual expectations of the patients who receive them. Studies have indicated higher levels of patient's satisfaction with regards to distance and near vision after the implantation of multifocal lenses. With Multifocal IOLs; however, patients are still spectacle dependent for intermediate tasks such as computer work. The recent development of trifocal IOLs has been found to provide optimal near, intermediate, and distance visual performances; decrease spectacle dependence; and increase patient satisfaction.AcrySof®IQ PanOptix™ (PanOptix) was introduced into the market in 2015 with a design that allows the IOL to provide optimal near, intermediate, and distance visual performances; decrease spectacle dependence; and increase patient satisfaction. Despite the benefits of corrected visual acuity at multiple distances, multifocal and/or trifocal IOLs are associated with certain disadvantages, including contrast sensitivity loss, dysphotopsia, halos and glare, which account for over a third of the justifications used for IOL model replacement. Dysphotopsia is the result of light reflecting off the intraocular lens (IOL) onto the retina which causes a variety of visual symptoms that are expressed in a positive or a negative form. Positive dysphotopsia refers to bright artifacts that are noticed in only certain lighting conditions, such as glare and halos. Negative dysphotopsia refers to the formation of a barrier, which prevents light from reaching the retina. The result of the negative form of dysphotopsia is the formation of shadows that are often in the temporal visual field. In 2014, the extended range of vision TECNIS Symfony®IOL (Symfony), with new optical technology using a proprietary achromatic diffractive echelette design, received a CE Mark. However, it was not until 2016 that this IOL became the first extended depth of focus (EDF) IOL to gain approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This new optical technology corrects the corneal chromatic aberration for enhanced contrast sensitivity, generating a continuous vision for distance through intermediate into near with low incidence of halos and glare. Despite the benefits of EDF IOLs, Monaco et al. conducted a study in Italy and indicated that both PanOptix and Symfony IOLs seemed to be good options for patients with intermediate-vision requirements, whereas the PanOptix IOL may be better for patients with near-vision requirements. A few studies in the literature have evaluated the performance of the PanOptix and Symfony IOLs in Europe. Our current study would add great value to the literature since to the best of our knowledge; this is the first study to address the same IOLs in North America. Cataract surgery expectations are continuously rising, and in an effort to maximize patient satisfaction post-operatively, the appropriateness of a patient for a particular IOL implantation should be evaluated carefully during the pre-operative assessment. Therefore, further research is warranted to evaluate patient satisfaction with both PanOptix and Symfony IOLs. The purpose of this study is to compare the visual outcomes and the subjective satisfaction results between patients implanted with PanOptix and Symfony IOLs.
This study is a 6-month, prospective, multicenter, randomized (1:1:1), subject-masked and evaluator-masked, bilateral clinical investigation of the TECNIS IOL Models C1V000 and C2V000 versus the TECNIS Eyhance™ Model ICB00 IOL. The study will be conducted at up to 15 sites in EU, AU, NZ and/or AP and will enroll up to 225 subjects to achieve approximately 67 bilaterally implanted subjects in each lens group. Allowing for 10% lost-to-follow-up, this will achieve approximately 60 evaluable subjects in each lens group at 1, 3, and 6 months. The eye implanted first will be considered the primary (monocular) study eye.
The purpose of this study is to collect the macular OCT images and preoperative and postoperative visual acuity of cataract patients who had been operated in the eye center of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University Medical College, and to train a model that can relatively accurately predict the postoperative visual acuity of patients by deep learing.
Patients will have an automated call supervised by a human clinician to check how they are after uncomplicated cataract surgery as part of their standard of care. The study aims to evaluate the acceptability of this system through a net promoter score and for a subsection of patients using a qualitative interview.