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UltraSert™ Preloaded Delivery System

UltraSert™ Preloaded Delivery System


Gain consistency in IOL delivery, injection control and enhance the efficiency of your OR1


Consistency in IOL Delivery for Reduced Intraoperative Variability1-3

Large blue text that states '98 percent of IOL implantations with UltraSert were performed with consistent leading haptic configuration.'

Bar graph illustrating UltraSert’s leading haptic configurations. The two preferred delivery configurations are deep tuck and tuck looped. The graph highlights that 98 percent of deliveries were performed with these delivery configurations.    The graph also displays the remaining 2 percent of other delivery configurations. These are looped, straight and looped outside configurations.

*Observations during porcine cadaver eye study to evaluate consistency of leading haptic configuration using permissible delivery configurations identified in the UltraSert™ Directions for Use. Study conducted using UltraSert™ optimized with 3 mm (extended) tip and inner lumen adjustment (n=184-187). VISCOAT™ OVD was used at operating room temperatures (approximately 65 to 73 degrees).

UltraSert™ helps minimise wound stretch compared to other delivery devices1,3,5

Bar graph comparing the wound stretch size for UltraSert, iTec, iSert 250/251, and Monarch III.     The bar graph displays that UltraSert has the smallest incision size based on the number of studies done measuring pre-implantation incision size and mean corneal incision size after IOL implantation.

*Before IOL implantation, corneal incisions were made (2.2 mm knife for IOL implantation with UltraSert™, iTec and iSert 250/251; 2.4 mm knife for IOL implantation with Monarch™ III) and initial incision size was measured and documented. Post-IOL implantation incision size was measured and documented via the same process. UltraSert® (n=19) presented with a significantly smaller mean corneal incision size after IOL implantation compared with iTec (n=26), iSert 250/251 (n=26) and Monarch™ III (n=28). For each, p < 0.001. Testing completed with first-generation UltraSert™ (2 mm nozzle tip). Trademarks are the property of their respective owners 

Enhanced Injection Control for Smooth IOL Delivery1


UltraSert™ features the spring-controlled TensionGlide™ Plunger for smooth IOL deployment.1,6

TensionGlide™ maintains injection force stability6


TensionGlide™ mitigates the risk of sudden forceful IOL ejection, offering the ideal amount of resistance6,7

A line graph illustrating UltraSert’s average plunger force and plunger travel distance with and without the proprietary TensionGlide spring.    A blue text box on the graph highlights the average plunger force during the IOL delivery stage when using TensionGlide and says that the UltraSert is “always within around 18 percent of delivery force of peak force.”   Without TensionGlide, a grey text box on the graph highlights that the UltraSert’s delivery force drops around 70 percent from peak force during the IOL delivery stage.

Efficiency and Enhanced Patient Throughput8,9


UltraSert™ helps streamline patient throughput with a low average preparation time.8,9

Horizontal bar graph comparing 5 devices and the amount of preparation time needed in seconds for opening the pack, OVD injection and advancing the IOL in nozzle.    UltraSert, iTec, iSert, RayOne, and CT Lucia delivery devices are all compared.    The graph displays that iSert totals 76 seconds, RayOne totals 63 seconds, CT Lucia totals 60 seconds, iTec totals 56 seconds and UltraSert totals 39 seconds in preparation time

UltraSert™ is ready to implant in 3 simple steps10

Illustration of the first step in UltraSert device implant preparation. A blue arrow points towards the Viscoelastic Port where UltraSert is being filled with a viscoelastic. A second blue arrow with text that reads “Fill-to Line” points towards the tip of the device. Two illustrations of the second step in UltraSert device implant preparation. The left image has a hand pulling out the lens stop from an UltraSert device. The right image has a hand pulling out the plunger from an UltraSert device. Illustration of the third step in UltraSert device implant preparation. Push to fold, then inspect.   A blue arrow points towards the device with text that reads “Fill-to Line.” A large blue circle with text that reads “7 seconds” sits to the left of the UltraSert Preloaded Delivery System to highlight that it takes at least 7 seconds to complete this lens-folding step.

Learn how to use the UltraSert™ Delivery System


UltraSert™ is Preloaded with AcrySof™ IQ IOL10


The trusted IOL that gives you complete confidence

UltraSert Preloaded Delivery System with a circle over the device to indicate where you would input the AcrySof IQ IOL. A close-up 3-dimensional image of two IOLs sit to the left the UltraSert Delivery System.

Technical Specifications1

Technical specifications table UltraSert

Instructions for Use (IFU)


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1. Alcon Data on File, REF-02270, 2015.
2. Wang L, Wolfe P, Chernosky A, Paliwal S, Tjia K, Lane S. In vitro delivery performance assessment of a new preloaded intraocular lens delivery system. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2016;42(12):1814–1820.
3. Mendicute J, Amzallag T, Wang L, Martinez AA. Comparison of incision size and intraocular lens performance after implantation with three preloaded systems and one manual delivery system. Clin Ophthalmol. 2018;12:1495–1503.
4. Alcon Data on File, REF-04197, 2019.
5. Amzallag T, Mendicute J, Martinez A. Multicenter clinical assessment of a pre-loaded IOL delivery system. Paper presented at ASCRS Congress; May 5-9, 2017; Los Angeles, CA.
6. Alcon Data on File, REF-02260, 2016.
7. Alcon Data on File, REF-07653, 2015.
8. Nanavaty MA, Kubrak-Kisza M. Evaluation of preloaded intraocular lens injection systems: Ex vivo study. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2017 Apr;43(4):558-563. 
9. Mendicute J, Pablo L, Vélasque L, Martinez A, Asmar J, Schweitzer C. Multicenter evaluation of time, operational and economic efficiencies of a new pre-loaded intraocular lens delivery system vs. manual intraocular lens delivery. Clin Ophthalmol. 2021:15;591-599.
10. AcrySof IQ with UltraSert Product Information, 2017.


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