miophthalmology

  1. What is New in IOL Technology?

    Dr. Uday Bhatt | 27 October 2017

    Researchers are increasingly focused on developing innovative presbyopia correcting intraocular lenses to satisfy the demands of patients. There is a definite trend towards patients requesting, and being fitted with, presbyopia correcting intraocular lenses... Read More

  2. Zeus MS-39 Corneal OCT

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    The MS-39 is the latest piece of equipment developed by Italian company CSO.  The MS-39 anterior segment topographer-tomographer is a fast acquisition system that captures high-resolution images of the ocular anterior segment and accurately measures... Read More

  3. MIGS with ABiC iTrack

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    One of the challenges associated with the use of stent-based MIGS is that the location of increased aqueous outflow resistance is often unclear: when targeting a small area of the outflow system with stent-based MIGS, there is a risk that the area of blockage ... Read More

  4. Zeiss Micro Incision IOLs

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Zeiss has an extensive range of IOLs for micro incision cataract surgery, to help restore your patients’ vision to be as close as possible to young, healthy eyes. Zeiss IOLs help surgeons achieve optimum post-operative results for a range of visual... Read More

  5. Oculentis Intraocular Lenses

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    Device Technologies Australia is the exclusive distributor of the Oculentis range of intraocular lenses (IOLs), including the only segmental, refractive multifocal intraocular lens currently available in Australia and New Zealand. Oculentis refractive... Read More

  6. Whitestar Signature Pro

    mivision | 27 October 2017

    The Whitestar Signature Pro phacoemulsification system from Johnson and Johnson Vision delivers clinical flexibility and high-quality performance. The Whitestar Signature Pro System continuously works behind the scenes to monitor intraocular pressure and... Read More

  7. Trifocal and Multifocal IOLs: Rapid Evolution

    Clinical Associate Professor Michael Lawless | 26 October 2017

    What will intraocular lenses look like in the future, how precise will the vision they deliver be… and will we need them anyway? In 2017, the average cataract surgeon has a standard deviation error of 0.50 dioptres (D), a mean absolute error of 0.4D... Read More

  8. Exploring New Laser Refractive Platforms

    Dr. Kerrie Meades | 03 October 2017

    Refractive surgery continues to evolve, offering new technologies and procedures to correct vision that enable patients to maintain active lifestyles and enjoy quality of life. I started consulting as an ophthalmologist too many years ago to think about.... Read More

  9. Alcon NGenuity 3D Visualisation System

    mivision | 28 September 2017

    Alcon has launched a new platform for digitally assisted vitreoretinal surgery. The NGenuity 3D Visualisation System, features a high-definition 3D viewing screen linked to a high dynamic range camera, offering surgeons a real-time panoramic view of the... Read More

  10. Cobra Plus: Non-mydriatic Retinal Camera

    mivision | 28 September 2017

    Cobra Plus from CSO, is an ultimate non-mydriatic digital retinal camera that combines all the necessary functions for fast and accurate retinal screening. Retinal acquisitions require pupils as small as 2.2mm diameter. Integrating an innovative imaging... Read More

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