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Implantation einer revolutionären akkommodativen Linse bei Katarakt-Patienten in deutschen Augenzentren im Rahmen einer internationalen klinischen Studie
Date:8/18/2014

bessern, so dass Objekte wieder scharf fokussiert werden können – sowohl im Nah- und Fern- als auch im Zwischenbereich."

Die FluidVision-Linse wurde vom kalifornischen Unternehmen PowerVision entwickelt. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine weiche, mit Flüssigkeit gefüllte Linse, die von der Augenmuskulatur verformt wird, so dass Objekte im Nah- und Fernbereich dynamisch fokussiert werden können. Diese Flexibilität entspricht dem Verhalten der natürlichen kristallinen Linse eines gesunden Auges. Die FluidVision-Linse ist als Ersatz der natürlichen Linse konzipiert und dient dazu, den Akkommodationsbereich der Patienten (d. h. die dynamische Anpassung der Brechkraft des Auges) zu vergrößern, so dass sie in allen Entfernungen wieder klar sehen können.  

Die FluidVision-Linse wird mit nahezu den gleichen Operationstechniken implantiert wie traditionelle Intraokularlinsen. Frühere klinische Studien mit Patienten, die sich einer Kataraktoperation unterzogen haben, belegen, dass das einzigartige Linsendesign dazu geeignet ist, eine hervorragende Sehschärfe im Fern- und Zwischenbereich sowie die Lesefähigkeit wiederherzustellen.

Die teilnehmenden Prüfzentren nehmen derzeit über 50-jährige Männer und Frauen mit grauem Star in die Studie auf.

„Wir sind den teilnehmenden Prüfärzten für ihr Engagement und Interesse an dieser bahnbrechenden Studie zutiefst dankbar", ergänzt Barry Cheskin Präsident und CEO von PowerVision. „Viele Millionen Menschen auf der ganzen Welt leiden an grauem Star und Alterssichtigkeit, und wir sind davon überzeugt, dass es einen signifikanten ungedeckten Bedarf an einer effektiveren Behandlung der Betroffenen gibt."

Weitere Informationen zur Studie finden Sie im Internet unter clinicaltrials.gov, Studien-ID „NCT02049567".

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