Johnson & Johnson Vision to Introduce iDESIGN Refractive Studio at ESCRS

Source: Johnson & Johnson Vision

Johnson & Johnson Vision will introduce the new iDESIGN Refractive Studio and CATALYS Precision Laser System Mobile Patient Bed at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS. The iDESIGN enhances the current wavefront-guided treatment with corneal topography measurements to deliver the next level of customized treatment to further drive high patient satisfaction and provide quality visual outcomes, according to Johnson & Johnson Vision.

The CATALYS Precision Laser System Mobile Patient Bed is designed to optimize workflow from cataract patient preparation through postsurgical recovery. The bed integrates seamlessly with the CATALYS System through Bluetooth connectivity and the ergonomic design includes a headrest designed to stabilize the patient’s head for cataract surgery. The ability to adapt the bed to multiple positions and back conditions helps ensure premium comfort for patients.

In addition to activities at the Johnson & Johnson Vision booth (P1127), attendees have the opportunity to learn more via a broad range of presentations and poster sessions.

“We are showcasing patient-centric innovation with the launch of the iDESIGN Refractive Studio, CATALYS System Mobile Patient Bed, and our newest dry eye medical device technologies through our acquisition of TearScience,” Tom Frinzi, Worldwide President, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, said in a company news release. “All of these uniquely address unmet patient needs through innovations in customization and patient comfort.”

Johnson & Johnson Vision is presenting at ESCRS through its surgical vision operating company, Abbott Medical Optics.


Edward Manche, MD
A prospective, randomized, contralateral, eye-to-eye comparison of wavefront-guided (WFG)
LASIK to SMILE surgery in myopic patients

  • E-Poster: Terminals are located in the Poster Village on Level 1
  • Late-breaking data will reveal how the gold standard procedure of WFG LASIK compared to SMILE in clinical outcomes.

Surendra Basti, MD
Prospective randomized evaluation of intraocular lens centration with scanned capsule vs. limbus-based capsulotomy for femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

  • Paper Session: Sunday, October 8, 8:30 AM - Room 3.6
  • Results to show how scanned capsule capsulotomies (a capability unique to the CATALYS system) compares to limbus-based capsulotomies over the course of one year.

Kjell Gunnar Gundersen, MD

Visual performance and quality of vision with a toric extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens

  • Poster Session:  Sunday, October 8, 2:24 PM - Poster Village Pod 1
  • An independent study evaluating patient satisfaction, position stability and UCVA across distances for the Tecnis Symfony toric EDOF IOL.

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