London 2014 Registration Visa Letters Programme Satellite Meetings Glaucoma Day 2014 Exhibition Hotel Booking Virtual Exhibition Star Alliance
london escrs

Course handouts are now available
Click here


Come to London

video-icon

WATCH to find out why


Site updates:

Programme Updates. Programme Overview and - Video Symposium on Challenging Cases now available.


Posters

Search Abstracts by author or title
(results will display both Free Papers & Poster)

Visual outcomes with transparent hydrogel corneal inlay for the correction of presbyopia: my commercial experience

Poster Details

First Author: H.Choi SINGAPORE

Co Author(s):    J. Theng              

Abstract Details



Purpose:

To report clinical outcomes in presbyopes implanted unilaterally with Raindrop corneal inlay in the non-dominant eye with and without concurrent LASIK from a single center in Singapore.

Setting:

Eagle Eye Center Singapore

Methods:

Thirty (n=30) patients were implanted with Raindrop Near Vision Inlay unilaterally in the non-dominant eye under a femtosecond flap centered over the miotic pupil. If needed, concurrent laser ablations were performed targeting a postop refraction of +0.75 D. Manifest refraction, distance (6 meters) and near (30 cm, 40 cm, and 50 cm) visual acuities were collected at preop, 1W, 1M, 3M, and 6M.

Results:

Mean age of 51 years old (range: 35 to 63) at preop with mean central corneal thickness of 554 μm. Femtosecond flaps were created at mean thickness of 156 μm. At 6M postop, 15 out of 30 patients were available for analysis with an average (inlay eye) MRSE of -0.46 D and uncorrected distance VA of 6/8.3. Uncorrected near VAs (30 cm, 40 cm, and 50 cm) showed 80%, 80%, and 71% of eyes were N5 or better respectively. 90% of patients at 6M were satisfied or very satisfied with this procedure.

Conclusions:

Raindrop Near Vision Inlay delivers very consistent near capability of N5 or better at various near distances with high patient satisfaction. This inlay technology provides a valuable, effective tool in managing presbyopes in my practice. FINANCIAL INTEREST: One of more of the authors... gains financially from product or procedure presented, One of more of the authors... travel has been funded, fully or partially, by a company producing, developing or supplying the product or procedure presented

Back to Poster listing