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A multicenter prospective study that included four sites and five investigators was undertaken.

Dual optic accommodating iol

The study was a feasibility study to evaluate the safety and visual performance of this new dual-optic accommodating IOL in a consecutive series of patients.

Synchrony Vu (model SYNC-200) is a single-piece silicone IOL intended for use following cataract extraction.

Mean binocular uncorrected and distance-corrected visual acuity was 20/20 at far (0.00±0.11 log MAR and −0.06±0.08 log MAR, respectively), 20/20 at intermediate (0.01±0.13 log MAR and −0.01±0.10 log MAR, respectively), and 20/25 at near (0.10±0.14 log MAR and 0.14±0.15 log MAR, respectively).

Accommodating intraocular lenses (IOLs) are dynamic devices that need to optimally interact with the capsular bag and ciliary muscle to effect a change in optical power during near viewing.1,2 The equilibrium between the IOL and the intraocular accommodative plant (capsular bag, zonular fibers, and ciliary muscle) may ultimately impact performance of the accommodating IOL.

One eye had IOL repositioning within 1 month of surgery.

CONCLUSION: The new aspheric Synchrony Vu accommodating IOL provided good visual performance at a range of distances without affecting quality of vision and with minimal safety considerations.

Prospective multicenter clinical study with the new dual-optic aspheric accommodating IOL (Synchrony Vu) in 74 patients (148 eyes) undergoing cataract surgery. Examinations at 1 month and 6 months included subjective refractions; visual acuities at near, intermediate, and far; mesopic contrast sensitivity with and without glare; safety data; and subjective survey on dysphotopsia (halos and glare).

Clinical data at 6 months showed 89% of the eyes within ±1.0 D spherical equivalent refraction.

RESULTS: Clinical data at 6 months showed 89% of the eyes within ±1.0 D spherical equivalent refraction.

Mean binocular uncorrected and distance-corrected visual acuity was 20/20 at far (0.00±0.11 log MAR and -0.06±0.08 log MAR, respectively), 20/20 at intermediate (0.01±0.13 log MAR and -0.01±0.10 log MAR, respectively), and 20/25 at near (0.10±0.14 log MAR and 0.14±0.15 log MAR, respectively).

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