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Our experience with the new InFo Instant FocusĀ© multifocal IOL

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First Author: A.Georgieva BULGARIA

Co Author(s):    K. Telbizova   I. Petkova                 

Abstract Details

Purpose:

To present our clinical results after phacoemulsification and implantation of the InFo intraocular lens. The IOL is designed to correct the visual acuity for long, middle and short distance.

Setting:

'Zora' Eye Hospital - Sofia, Bulgaria

Methods:

We examined 5 eyes (3 patients) who underwent uncomplicated surgery with InFo IOL implantation. The clinical examination included: Visual acuity (VA) check (Snellen) for long (4m), middle (60 cm) and short distance (40 cm), contrast sensitivity (CS) examination using the Pelli-Robson chart and filling a questionnaire to evaluate the patient's satisfaction.

Results:

2 eyes (1 patient) achieved uncorrected long distance VA of 0,8 and 0,9 and middle- and short distance VA was 1,0. CS was 1,95 logCS. 2 eyes with -10,0 dsph preoperatively achieved postoperative long distance VA of 0,8 with correction of -0,25 dsph. The VA for middle- and short distance was 1,0. CS was 1,80 logCS. 1 eye achieved postoperatively uncorrected long distance VA of 0,9-1,0. The VA for middle- and short distance was 1,0. CS was 1,80 logCS. None of the patients reported about night glare and halos. The patient with unilateral implant had reduced mesopic contrast sensitivity .

Conclusions:

The InFo IOL provides excellent visual function for all distances and a considerable comfort for the patient.

Financial Disclosure:

NONE

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