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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.
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
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.
Reducing overall suction time
Reducing the overall suction time due to faster cut speed can increase peace of mind and reduce stress for you and your patients during the laser treatment.
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.
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M. Colvard, Phacoemulsification of the rock hard cataract, Eyeworld 2012, https://www.eyeworld.org/article-phacoemulsification-of-the-rock-hard.
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.
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.
Sipos, T. B. (2021, October). Corneal surgically induced astigmatism in resident surgeons. Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, 35(1), 28-31.