Precise capsulotomies are important to the success of cataract surgery, even more so when implanting specialty lenses.1,2 The latest evolution of ZEPTO® offers unparalleled precision while increasing efficiencies in your OR.
Compared to a CCC, which approximates or does not specify the point of fixation, the ZEPTO® capsulotomy is centered along the visual axis intracamerally using Purkinje images.
Patient fixation is used to determine the true visual axis.
1. Select and use one eyepiece with co-axial light.
2. With the ZEPTO® tip recircularized in the anterior chamber, instruct the patient to fixate on the surgical microscope light coaxial to the selected eyepiece.
3. Identify P1 (and P4) Purkinje images. Position the clear center of the ZEPTO® handpiece on P1.
Well-formed capsulotomies with a 360° IOL overlap may encourage a stable IOL position and minimize6:
In a 2018 national cataract survey, patients said their primary concerns were:
“The changing landscape in cataract surgery has increased the demand for precision. When it comes to the key step of creating the anterior capsulotomy, what once was good enough is no longer good enough.”
Vance Thompson, MD
Sioux Falls, SD
“The beauty of this device is the creation of consistent and strong capsulotomies that achieve an excellent overlap of the IOL. This promotes effective lens positioning and precision of refractive results.”
Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“Refractive outcome shouldn’t take a back seat in combined cataract/glaucoma cases–a perfectly round, centered, strong capsulorhexis goes a long way toward that goal. Thanks Zepto!”
Matthew Brink, MD
“I’ve been using Zepto since it was first available. It has increased my refractive accuracy in almost all accounts. Zepto also makes my complicated cataract cases, such as white mature cataracts and small pupils much safer, easier and quicker. My patients deserve the highest standard of care and I personally feel that my standard of care is higher due to my use of Zepto. It has been a tool that I don’t feel I can do cataract surgery without at this point.”
Dr. Jason Friedrichs
Fort Myers and Naples, FL
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