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 HOYA VIVINEX™ Impress™

Estabeleça um novo padrão em resultados visuais para seus pacientes de lentes monofocais

  • LIO em material hidrofóbico livre de glistening3,4
  • Desenho óptico asférico patenteado da Vivinex compensa parcialmente a aberração esférica da córnea e é mais tolerante as fontes de coma do que os desenhos asféricos padrões5
  • Tratamento com oxigênio ativo, proporcionando uma superfície lisa, com borda óptica quadrada para reduzir a opacidade de cápsula posterior – PCO 3,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
  • Superfície de alça texturizada e rugosa para reduzir o potencial de adesão à superfície óptica durante o implante e proporcionar melhor aderência ao saco capsular.

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  2. HOYA data on file RnD-20-367, HOYA Medical Singapore, Pte. Ltd, 2023
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