Auroflex EV is a negative aspheric hydrophilic acrylic foldable intraocular lens made of p-HEMA material which is a polymer that forms hydro gel in water, is mainly designed to correct the corneal aberration during cataract surgery and provide enhanced vision.
MTF comparison of Aspheric IOLs and Standard spherical IOLs. Analysis shows that the IOL functions, similar to the standard spherical IOLs when tilted or decentered beyond tolerances.
The illustration shows that the longitudinal spherical aberration is least with negative aberration aspheric IOLs. This results in better contrast sensitivity than standard spherical IOLs and zero spherical aberration IOLs.
|Optic Design||Posterior Aspheric (Negative Aberration)|
|Overall Length||12.00 mm|
|Haptics Design||Dual Haptic|
|Edge||360° Posterior square edge|
|Angulation||Zero Degree Angulation|
|Diopter Range||10.0 D to 30.0 D
15.0 to 25.0 in 0.5 D steps
|Delivery System||Disposable Injector and Cartridge|
|Lens Material||UV Absorbing p-HEMA with proven clinical performance|
Supplied with the disposable delivery system.
Aurolab introduced disposable delivery system which has a proven track record of hassle free and smooth lens delivery system.