Verion™ Image Guided System
The Verion™ technology is an innovative, accurate imaging system used to help customize the cataract procedure process and provide more precise lens placement. The system creates a detailed “thumbprint” of the eye’s unique characteristics to better prepare for efficiency throughout cataract surgery and increasing successful patient outcomes. It is designed to avoid the plethora of errors that could potentially occur along the surgical course, beginning with the initial evaluation through to the execution of the procedure.
Once the high-resolution image of the eye is taken, it’s utilized by the surgeons to create specific measurements and an incision guide custom to each eye. The data received is transferred to display in the microscope in the OR – the technology can also be seamlessly transferred to other devices during the procedure. By integrating the planning phase of the cataract surgery with the surgery itself, the system creates improvements in accuracy, precision, and safety throughout the duration of the process.
Verion™ also ensures that patient data, after being entered initially, is automatically carried through the system for each step of the process until the surgery is complete. This eliminates the possibility for errors that can occur with the need to re-input patient data.
Refractive correction services that are offered during cataract surgery can include special-feature intraocular lenses like multifocal and accommodating IOLs, femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery, and other specialized diagnostics and imaging services. These are an additional cost to patients because they are not deemed medically necessary. Newer innovations for cataract surgery aim to enhance refractive outcomes for patients who are hoping to be independent from glasses or contacts, but at a financial cost.
Please contact us to learn more about the Verion™ technology today!