FDA approval benefits presbyopic patients


Irvine, CA-The FDA approval of the ViewPoint CK System (Refractec Inc.) for the NearVision conductive keratoplasty (CK) procedure marked a milestone as the first technology to improve near vision in presbyopic patients (See related story from Ophthalmology Times, March 1 issue). The laser-free procedure-which uses radiowaves to reshape the cornea-can be performed in less than 3 minutes with topical anesthesia in the ophthalmologist's office.

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