American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting

American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting

November 15, 2013
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TrueGuide system provides guidance on astigmatism correction, lens placement

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TrueVision 3D Surgical released the TrueGuide Computer-Guided Surgery system, which provides digital guidance for astigmatism correction and advanced lens placement during cataract surgery, according to a press release.

TrueGuide is equipped with Dynamic Optimization, which matches patient conditions to available treatment options. The guidance also assists surgeons in targeting the lowest residual astigmatism based on multiple variables with toric IOL alignment, limbal relaxing incisions, incision placement and IOL centration, the release said.

TrueGuide is “a key component of premium practices wishing to offer state-of-the-art capabilities to their patients seeking cataract surgery, along with the near-term potential to integrate new and existing complementary surgery technologies,” Forrest Fleming, CEO of TrueVision, said in the release.