ESCRS Showcase

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Brief round-up of some of the exciting developments we can expect to see from the show floor at ESCRS.

IOL for demanding patients

Oculentis has introduced the LENTIS Comfort intraocular lens (IOL) designed with demanding cataract patients in mind.

Booth number: S128

Website: http://www.ocululentis.com/

Tissuesparing laser therapy

Iridex has announced a combination therapy that enables laser surgery to be delivered through an intraocular fibre-optic probe.

Booth number: N208

Website: http://www.iridex.com/

Static and kinetic ­perimetry

The AP-7000, from Kowa Optimed, is an ocular perimeter able to provide both static and kinetic perimetry, as well as fundus-orientated perimetry.

Kowa Optimed will also be offering visitors to the booth the chance to win a 3D LCD monitor in a free prize draw.

Booth number: S145

Website: http://www.kowa.eu/

Compact perimeter

The Oculus Easyfield C is an efficient compact perimeter capable of conducting static perimetry of up to 30° on glaucoma patients.

The Oculus Easyfield C enables shortened threshold examinations during glaucoma screenings, but also offers a novel possibility to interpret the visual field data. With no further need of a dedicated computer system, this setup provides us a portable device with extended glaucoma screening abilities.

The automated perimetry device has an integrated bowl with a radius of 30 cm and the distance corrected lens is adapted to the Goldmann standard. This achieves the ISOnorm 12866 for perimeters. Additionally, the system features a chin rest that allows for a more comfortable patient experience.

Booth number: S155

Website: http://www.oculus.de/

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