First procedures performed with Ally cataract system
1 month ago - By Healio
The first commercial cases using the Ally adaptive cataract treatment system have been performed, according to a press release from Lensar.
Robert Weinstock, MD, a member of the Lensar medical advisory board, performed the procedures at The Eye Institute of West Florida.
The FDA cleared the Ally system for femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in June. Up to 12 systems are expected to be installed this year as part of a controlled commercial launch.
“With improved efficiencies, Ally is designed to enable surgeons to offer a premium cataract surgery experience to more patients. Ally
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