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ZEISS Cataract Workflow

Efficiency without compromise

ZEISS understands your desire to enhance the efficiency and clinical outcomes for cataract procedures. By connecting devices, data, and applications, the ZEISS portfolio enables a seamless integration from office to OR and back.

Clinical challenge

Treating dense cataracts

Removing hard cataracts can be difficult even to the most experienced cataract surgeons. Patients are typically older, with low visual acuity and coexisting ocular pathologies.1, 2


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Astigmatism Management
Clinical challenge

Astigmatism Management

Confidence in every step of your toric workflow

Residual astigmatism is one of the main causes impacting the visual quality of patients after cataract surgery.3 Amongst other factors, clinical outcome is influenced by pre-op keratometry readings, lens rotation and surgically induced astigmatism.4 While adopting a toric workflow requires changes in your routine, clinical solutions are available to help overcome clinical challenges.   


ZEISS Corneal Refractive Workflow

Transform connectivity into success

ZEISS enables you to streamline your refractive workflow with a digital connected infrastructure and improve efficiency with the right solution for any eligible patient.

Presbyopia Management for Patients without Cataract
Clinical challenge

Presbyopia Management for Patients without Cataract

There is a large and growing population of presbyopic patients worldwide.5 Providing solutions for presbyopia correction that satisfy individual needs and improve quality of life has been a particular challenge for patients without cataract. Laser corneal refractive surgery offers a safe and less invasive option compared to other surgical options for correcting presbyopia in patients without cataract who are seeking independence from glasses or contact lenses.6,7


ZEISS Retina Workflow

Retinal disease workflow enabler, through integrated precision optics

By combining premier imaging and at-a-glance history with interactive analysis, ZEISS Retina solutions support both your routine and complex patient management decision processes with an efficient, worry-free and cost effective solution.


ZEISS Glaucoma Workflow

Detect glaucomatous change early, treat timely

ZEISS supports complex disease management by integrating critical data points necessary to make accurate decisions on treatment paths and providing at-a-glance history and progression trends with interactive analysis.

Educational events and resources

  • 1

    M. Colvard, Phacoemulsification of the rock hard cataract, Eyeworld 2012, https://www.eyeworld.org/article-phacoemulsification-of-the-rock-hard.

  • 2

    U. Devgan, Dense brunescent cataracts present surgical challenges, Ocular Surgery News 2011, https://www.healio.com/news/ophthalmology/20120331/dense-brunescent-cataracts-present-surgical-challenges.

  • 3

    Chi, Q., Yang, T., & Chen, Y. (2022). A systematic review and meta-analysis on intraocular lens implantation with different performances for the treatment of cataract. Annals of Palliative Medicine, 11(1), 260-271.

  • 4

    Sipos, T. B. (2021, October). Corneal surgically induced astigmatism in resident surgeons. Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, 35(1), 28-31.   

  • 5

    Fricke TR, Tahhan N, Resnikoff S, et al. Global prevalence of presbyopia and vision impairment from uncorrected presbyopia: systematic review, meta-analysis, and modelling. Ophthalmology. 2018;125(10):1492-1499.

  • 6

    Davidson RS, Dhaliwal D, Hamilton DR, et al; ASCRS Refractive Cataract Surgery Subcommittee._Surgical correction of presbyopia_J Cataract Refract Surg. 2016;42(6):920-930.

  • 7

    Alvarado-Villacorta R, Hernandez-Quintela E, De La Torre-Gonzalez E, Loza Munarriz C, Martinez-Zapata MJ. Surgical interventions for presbyopia (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2023, Issue 3. Art No.: CD015711.