The innovative Verion machine is used during all stages of cataract removal and
Intraocular Lens replacement procedures, planning the surgery; calculating the location
of the incision; working out where the replacement lens will be placed; producing
a digital overlay to minimise error margin, and collating feedback to assist the
surgeon with future operations.
Image: The VERION™ Reference Unit: Measures keratometry, pupillometry and
other key pre-op parameters captures high-resolution diagnostic reference image
of the patient’s eye. Auto-detects scleral vessels, limbus, pupil and iris features.
Plan: The VERION™ Reference Unit also enables surgeons to quickly and efficiently
determine an optimised surgical plan:
Multiple advanced IOL calculation formulas, including lens and power selection,
Incision and implantation axis planning customized for each patient.
Guide: To help optimise incision and Intraocular Lens alignment, the VERION™
Digital Marker uses patient information and images from the VERION™ Reference Unit
as a guide to provide accurate positioning:
- Features a tracking overlay that enables surgeons to see all incisions and alignment
in real time.
- Automatically accounts for cycloration. Eliminates the need for manual toric eye
- Automatically registers the patient for accurate centering and alignment of multifocal
and toric IOLs.
- Allows documentation of data to help optimize procedures over time.