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HOLOS IntraOp: The Future of Refractive Cataract Surgery

HOLOS IntraOp: The Future of Refractive Cataract Surgery

Saturday, November 19, 2016
by Solomon Eye Associates

Whether we like it or not, cataract surgery is something that most people will have to consider. Aging is a fact of life, and with age comes cataract development. Cataracts are a usually matter of when, not if, and are an unavoidable part of growing older. Those with cataracts know the frustration that comes with blurry, distorted and discolored vision.

In the last ten to twenty years, cataract surgery has improved by leaps and bounds. Once, the recovery period from cataract surgery was long and painful, making many patients reluctant to get the surgery. Today, cataract surgery is drastically improved and the HOLOS IntraOp is making it even better.

What Is The HOLOS IntraOp?

The HOLOS IntraOp is a revolutionary new way to conduct refractive cataract surgery. By using HOLOS, cataract surgeons are able to take measurements in real time, without having to stop and double check their accuracy when placing premium IOLs. HOLOS gives surgeons real time information, informing them about important refractive data at 90 times per second. HOLOS also integrates seamlessly with other surgical equipment, allowing surgeons to perform surgeries as quickly and efficiently as they can. Less procedure time means less recovery time for patients, and less overall risk of complications developing.

How Does The HOLOS IntraOp Work?

The HOLOS IntraOp is run on a cloud based system, making refractive cataract surgery easier than ever before. Surgeons used to waste valuable time in pre-operative consultations checking and double checking measurements before surgery. With the HOLOS IntraOp, surgeons can focus on patients more, knowing that all the information they need will be where they need it, and always in real time. HOLOS also controls the flow of surgery. If a surgeon needs to change the lighting or adjust working distance in surgery, HOLOS can take care of it. This means less disruptions during surgery, which keeps surgeons focused and on task without having to worry about the little things. This ultimately makes the surgery a better experience for patients.

Solomon Eye is proud to use the HOLOS IntraOp when performing refractive cataract surgery. Using HOLOS allows us to further control the outcome of cataract surgeries, and increase patient satisfaction. Want to learn more about our cataract surgery procedure? Want to know if you’re a candidate for this life-changing surgery? Call Solomon Eye today to book your consultation!

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