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Evaluation of Physiological Responses at the Anterior Surface of Two (Hydrophobic Acrylic) Intraocular Lens Models

2020-01-21 11:31:41 | BioPortfolio

Summary

On the day of surgery, the the eye with astigmatism of at least 0.75dpt receives a Vivinex XY1A , HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH and the second eye to be operated receives an XY1, HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH.

A complete biomicroscopic examination and visual acuity testing using autorefractometer, will be performed 1 week (7-14days), 6 weeks (30-60days) and 5 month (4-6months) postoperatively.

Study Design

Conditions

Age Related Cataracts

Intervention

Vivinex XY1, Vivinex XY1A

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

Medical University of Vienna

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