An aberration free, aspheric vision that more patients can appreciate.
Key Features & Benefits
Akreos AO (Advanced Optics) is designed to be free of spherical aberration
Enhanced contrast sensitivity and better vision quality are delivered by Bausch + Lomb aspheric, aberration-free designed Advanced Optics1
Designed to reduce PCO due to 360° barrier edge2,3
Bausch + Lomb's Akreos AO lens is the first aspheric acrylic IOL with aberration neutrality, because the aberrations present in the eye differ from person to person. It does not add further aberrations to the patient's eye but leaves the slight, naturally occurring positive aberration from the cornea, providing better depth of field.
Better Vision for More People
- The Akreos AO is designed to be free of spherical aberration.
- Optical performance is unaffected by optical or anatomical decentration or by pupil size due to uniform centre-to-edge power.1
- More predictable and repeatable refractive outcomes can be expected with a broader patient population.
Aberration-Free Design Helps to Enhance Depth of Field
- The Akreos AO maintains the natural positive spherical aberrations compared to aspheric aberrated IOLs.
- With its aberration-free design, Akreos AO helps to improve depth of field in comparison to an aspheric aberrated IOL1.
Optimised Effectiveness Against PCO
The Akreos AO Lens benefits from the square-edge technology and a 360° posterior barrier, both features minimising cell migration that can cause Posterior Capsular Opacification (PCO) following implantation.
Single Use Injection System
The Akreos AO can be injected through the single use injector system, enabling in-the-bag implantation of the lens through a 2.8mm phaco incision.
For more information or advice about surgical products, always consult your eye care professional.
Akreos AO References
1. Griffith E. Altmann, MS, MBA, Louis D. Nichamin, MD, Stephen S. Lane, MD, Jay S. Pepose, MD, PhD. Optical performance of 3 intraocular lens designs in the presence of decentration, J Cataract Refract Surg 2005; 31:574–585
2. Kugelberg M, Wejde G, Jayaram H, et al. Posterior capsule opacification after implantation of a hydrophilic or a hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens: one-year follow-up. J Cataract Refract Surg 2006; 32:1627-1631
3. Okihiro Nishi, MD, Kayo Nishi, MD, Yashuhiro Osakabe, PhD. Effect of intraocular lenses on preventing posterior capsule opacification: Design versus material, J Cataract Refract Surg 2004; 30:2170-2176
4. G. Lofoco. Influence of Aspheric and Spherical IOLs on Higher-Order Aberrations and Functional Vision: Results of a Comparative Multicenter Study. ASCRS 2006.
*A-constant, ACD and Surgeon Factor are estimates only. It is recommended that each surgeon develop his/her own values.