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Visual outcomes and real life performance of bilaterally implanted extended vision intraocular lens: a prospective study

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First Author: A.Sharma INDIA

Co Author(s):    S. Goel                    

Abstract Details

Purpose:

To study the performance of bilaterally implanted extended vision Symfony IOL in terms of 1. Postoperative unaided distance(UDVA) , intermediate (60cm) (UIVA), near visual acuity(33cm) (UNVA) 2. Post operative Contrast senstivity 3. Photic phenomenon ((Glare, halos, starburst if any) 4. Subjective patient and surgeon satisfaction score ( 0 to 10)

Setting:

Eye Q Superspeciality Eye Hosptial, India

Methods:

Multicentric prospective interventional study including 40 patients of bilaterally implanted Symfony /Symfony Toric IOL operated after January 2015.All patients underwent uneventful 2.2 mm incision phacoemulsification surgery. Postoperatively at 1month, 3month and 6 months unilateral and bilateral distance , near and intermediate vision , contrast senstivity were recorded and any complaint of glare or halos was noted

Results:

Mean postoperative UDVA, UIVA and UNVA at 6 months was 0.93, 0.92 and 0.91 respectively. 33 patients had UDVA >/= 1.0 while 36 patients had UIVA >/= 1.0 . UNVA was >/= in 27 patients . Only 7.5% of patients needed glasses for intermediate and near vision in daily activities. 12.5% of patients complained of mild to moderate glare in initial postoperative period that was not significant till last follow up.Mean postoperative binocular contrast senstivity at 6 months was 1.52�Â�±0.12. Patient satisfaction score was 9.5 in terms of unaided range of vision and overall surgeon satisfaction score was 9.0

Conclusions:

Extended vision symfony IOL is efffective in reducing spectacle dependence for all range of vision with good post operative contrast senstivity.

Financial Disclosure:

NONE

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