Precise capsulotomy size, circularity and position every time

CAPSULaser

Manual

Study Results – 100% of eyes with 360° IOL coverage with the CAPSULaser Selective Laser Capsulotomy (SLC)

In the CAPSULaser CE Clinical study superior sizing, circularity & centration resulted in 100% of the SLC eyes having full 360-degree IOL coverage by the capsulotomy compared with 91% in the CCC group. Other published studies show even lower 360-degree IOL coverage with Manual at 72% and Femto at 89%.

Superior Diameter Accuracy

 

Superior diameter accuracy

In the CAPSULaser CE Clinical study 86% of the SLC Eyes were within 0.1mm of target diameter compared to 44% in the manual capsulorhexis group.

 

Superior Circularity Accuracy

 

Superior Circularity Accuracy

In the CAPSULaser CE Clinical study 88% of the SLC Eyes were within 99% circularity compared to 34% in the manual capsulorhexis group.

 

An Elastic Capsule that is strong, smooth, flexible and resistant to tearing

 

In the CAPSULaser CE Clinical study superior sizing, circularity & centration resulted in 100% of the SLC eyes having full 360-degree IOL coverage by the capsulotomy compared

Doubling of the capsular edge thickness provides additional strength to the SLC edge profile. A smooth edge devoid of ir- regularity and defect ensures that there are no tags that create the potential for radial tear out. The transition from Type IV to amorphous collagen creates a capsulotomy rim with higher elasticity compared to manual CCC. This phase change at the capsulotomy edge reduces the potential of tear-out under increased distension.

Cross Section SEM

Cross Section SEM

 

Capsulotomy SEM

Capsulotomy SEM

 

Extension Beyond Capsulotomy

The ideal capsulotomy

“The ideal capsulotomy is one that can be performed rapidly and in a reproducible manner with good centration on the crystalline lens, circular with good edge strength whereby there is little or no risk of radial anterior capsular tears during cataract surgery, lens prolapse and manipulation.”

Sheraz M Daya MD FACP FACS FRCS(Ed) FRCOphth