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Corneal implant made for severe keratoconus

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Des Plaines, IL-Addition Technology Inc. has completed the first worldwide shipment of its corneal implant (Intacs SK) for patients with severe keratoconus.

Des Plaines, IL-Addition Technology Inc. has completed the first worldwide shipment of its corneal implant (Intacs SK) for patients with severe keratoconus.

The implant is available in two sizes: 0.400 and 0.450 mm. A new supplemental instrument set is available for use with the product. The device is designed for patients whose disease has become severe, and it may offset end-stage cornea transplants.

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