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Cogmedix Provides High-Precision Subassembly for LensAR Revolutionary Refractive Laser
Date:1/5/2012

WORCESTER, Mass., Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cogmedix, a US-based FDA compliant contract manufacturer helping medical device companies cost effectively improve their time-to-market, partnered with LensAR to manufacture a significant subassembly for the company's refractive cataract surgery laser system. Designed to enhance the precision, predictability and safety of critical manual steps in cataract surgery, the LensAR Laser System™ brings lasers into the operating room to replace blades and reduces the amount of ultrasound energy required to complete the removal of the natural crystalline lens in the majority of cataract removals. 

Focused on fundamentally changing refractive cataract surgery procedures to an all-laser approach, LensAR selected Cogmedix based on the company's cGMP compliant facility, PCB manufacturing capabilities within Coghlin Companies, and its team of experts experienced in bringing new products to market on time and on budget - with total compliance adherence. As a subsidiary of Coghlin Companies, Cogmedix leverages 126 years of contract manufacturing history, experience and financial stability. 

"LensAR's system is an amazing combination of sophisticated laser, optics, electronics, and software technologies. The foundation upon which these technologies are integrated is a complex base assembly with high precision machined components, complex multi-axis motion platform, electronics, custom cables, and printed circuit boards. Cogmedix will build this integrated base subassembly in our ISO 13485 certified and FDA QSR compliant facility under the same compliance and process control as we would build a finished medical device. This enables the quality and traceability that Lens
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