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STAAR Surgical Celebrates Over 300,000 Successful Visian® ICL Implants at ASCRS Congress
Date:4/20/2012

rom Egypt, Dr. Howard Gimbel from Canada, Dr. Jaime Aramberri from Spain, Dr. A. Danassoury from Saudi Arabia, Dr. M. Jaimes from Mexico, Dr. J.K. Patel from India and Dr. L. Berghmans from Belgium. In addition, surgeons from six countries will participate in eight electronic poster presentations on STAAR technology.

"We are in various stages of launching several new Visian ICL and IOL products which are receiving growing acceptance with leading surgeons in Europe," said Hans Blickensdoerfer, President of Europe, Middle East and Latin America for STAAR. "The Visian ICL and Toric ICL V4c with STAAR's CentraFLOW technology utilizing the KS-AquaPORT™ were launched in Europe in the fourth quarter of 2011. CentraFLOW eliminates the need for the surgeon to perform a YAG peripheral iridotomy procedure days before the ICL implant. The result is more comfort for the patient and a more convenient, efficient ICL experience for both the patient and the surgeon. Shipments of the nanoFLEX IOL began late last year in Europe and we are still in the beginning stages of that launch. In addition, the nanoFLEX Toric IOL should be available for implants during the second quarter."

"The Asia Pacific markets represented 55% of STAAR's revenues during 2011 and we are working to gain key regulatory approvals for the V4c ICL in our markets during 2012," said Don Todd, President of Asia Pacific for STAAR. "During this meeting we will be asking key surgeons to evaluate the ergonomics and lens delivery of the V5 ICL preloaded injector system which will save operating time for the surgeon and provide additional ease of use and consistent delivery of the ICL. This will be another key step in the ongoing evolution of the ICL technology and we look forward to making this available to our customers."

About STAAR SurgicalSTAAR, which has been dedicated solely to ophthalmic surgery for over 25 years, designs, develops, manufactures and markets i
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