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Abbott Expands Its Growing Medical Device Business With Acquisition of Advanced Medical Optics (AMO)
Date:1/12/2009

Primary Businesses

-- Cataract Surgery/IOL: Devices for cataract surgery, which replaces a patient's aging and cloudy natural lens with an IOL or artificial lens to restore vision.

-- Laser Vision Correction (LASIK): Devices used for refractive laser eye surgery to correct myopia (nearsightedness), hyper-opia (farsightedness) and astigmatism (condition that causes blurred vision).

-- Eye Care: Contact lens care products including multi-purpose cleaning and disinfecting solutions, daily cleaners and contact lens rewetting drops; and over-the-counter dry eye products.

Products

-- Cataract Surgery/IOL: WhiteStar Signature(TM) Phacoemulsification System, Healon(R) Viscoelastics, Tecnis(R) Aspheric IOL, Tecnis(R) Multifocal IOL, ReZoom(R) Multifocal IOL, Verisyse(R) Phakic IOL.

-- Laser Vision Correction (LASIK): iLASIK(TM), VISX(TM) Excimer Technology, IntraLase(TM) FS Technology, Advanced CustomVue(TM) Procedure.

-- Eye Care: COMPLETE(R) Multi-Purpose Solution, Blink Contacts(TM) Lubricant Eye Drops, Oxysept(R) UltraCare Formula, Blink(R) Tears Lubricating Eye Drops

Vision Facts

-- About 60 percent of people 60+ years old have cataracts.

-- The global population is aging at unprecedented levels. There are more than 700 million people globally older than 60 (up from 600 million in 2000); by 2020, this number is projected to increase to 1 billion.

-- Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss among people 55 and older.

-- More than 15 million cataract procedures are performed worldwide annually.

-- Approximately 52 percent of people have some form of myopia or hyperopia.

More than 3.5 million LASIK procedures are performed globally annually; LASIK accounts for more than 90 percent of all U.S. refractive surgical procedures.


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