Guide: Optimized Incision and IOL Positioning
During the procedure, the VERION™ Image Guided System positions all incision locations and assists with lens alignment in real time while accounting for the variable impact of cyclorotation and patient eye movement.
Precise Surgical Guidance for Laser and Non-laser Procedures
The VERION™ Digital Marker can transfer measurement data, patient information, reference image and surgical plan to the LenSx® Laser and most surgical microscopes via USB stick:
With the LenSx® Laser, the VERION™ Digital Marker facilitates streamlined data entry as well as pre-positioning of the surgical incision overlays using the reference image.
The LenSx® Laser uses auto-focus and image-focus tracking to dock and align the patient under the laser and to position the corneal incision, capsulotomy and fragmentation patterns.
Working in concert with a Microscope Integrated Display, or MID, the VERION™ Digital Marker also provides real-time tracking overlays through the optics of the LuxOR™ with Q-VUE™ Ophthalmic Microscope, as well as most other surgical microscopes.
These computer-generated overlays offer a new measure of consistency and control for every surgical step of the procedure, including:
- An incision guide
- Capsulorhexis guide for precise ELP
- Centration guide for multifocal IOL positioning
- Toric alignment guide for lens positioning
- Elimination of the need for manual toric marking
CENTURION® Vision System
With so many moving parts, every procedure can benefit from an improved workflow experience. The VERION ™ Image Guided System works with the CENTURION® Vision System using the VERION™ Link to:
- Connect with the CENTURION® Vision System wireless foot pedal
- Allow surgeons to activate and deactivate digital overlays
- Provide the right overlay at exactly the right time
CENTURION® Vision System compatibility