Corneal Applications

The FEMTO LDV Z Models address the demand of ophthalmologists for a versatile femto-platform that is highly efficient and extends the range of surgical modalities.

Rings (ICR)

Rings (ICR)

Tunnel resections for intracorneal ring segments

With the FEMTO LDV Z Models, tunnel incisions may be shaped and positioned with a very high degree of precision:

  • Pre-programmed trajectories for most ring segments
  • Manual option for customization of the trajectory
  • Possibility for one or two tunnels
  • Two separate tunnels or one complete 360° tunnel
  • Two different tunnels possible
  • Two different depths possible
  • Vertical cut on/off option
  • Easy insertion of ring thanks to complete resection

Image: microscope view of two implanted Intacs® Corneal Implants, Addition  Technology Inc. (Des Plaines, IL). Courtesy of Addition Technology Inc.

Pockets (ISP)

Pockets (ISP)

Intrastromal pockets for inlays

Intrastromal pocket incisions for intrastromal inlays - truly customizable software package:

  • Pre-programmed trajectories for most types of inlays
  • Manual option for customization of the trajectory
  • New entry tunnel geometry
  • Secondary tunnel possibility
  • New repositioning possibilities (cutting screen)
  • Very fast visual recovery thanks to smooth stroma bed and gentle resection (low energy)

 

Image: microscope view of an implanted KAMRA™ inlay for presbyopia, AcuFocus Inc. (Irvine, CA). Courtesy of D. Allamby, MD; Focus Clinics, London (UK). Learn more about the KAMRA™ inlay here.

Availability
The FEMTO LDV Z2, Z4, Z6 and Z8 are CE marked and FDA cleared. For some countries, availability may be restricted due to regulatory requirements; please contact Ziemer for details. Presbyopia treatments occur exclusively by a pocket creation and the implantation of a corresponding corneal inlay of a third party. Availability of related corneal inlays and implants may vary according to policy of the individual manufacturers and regulatory status in the individual countries. To comply with FDA regulations, devices for sale in the U. S. do not mention 'Presbyopia' on the panels.