The VICTUS Platform Is
The VICTUS Femtosecond Laser Platform is designed to extend your expertise with versatility and exceptional performance across cataract and corneal (LASIK flap) procedures.1 In all of its features and capabilities, the VICTUS platform is engineered to meet the standards of the clinician who truly embraces innovation.
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The flexible, two-piece, curved patient interface, advanced optics, and Intelligent Pressure Sensors are fundamental to the versatility of the VICTUS platform. These systems address the full three-dimensional area of the anterior segment, seamlessly adapting to the unique requirements of individual cataract and corneal surgeries.
The VICTUS platform is a leading femtosecond laser system with real-time, high-contrast optical coherence tomography (OCT) for precise planning and visual monitoring of the entire procedure.
Advanced Docking System
Only the VICTUS Femtosecond Laser Platform features advanced docking technology that minimizes the possibility of eye tilt or distortion. Monitored by the Intelligent Pressure Sensors, the curved patient interface preserves the natural shape of the eye for all procedures.
Brief Summary VICTUS Femtosecond Laser
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Indications: The VICTUS Platform is indicated for use in the creation of a corneal flap in patients undergoing LASIK surgery or other treatment requiring initial lamellar resection of the cornea, for anterior capsulotomy during cataract surgery, the creation of cuts / incisions in the cornea in patients undergoing cataract surgery or other ophthalmic treatment requiring cuts / incisions in the cornea, and for laser-assisted lens fragmentation during cataract surgery for nuclear cataracts, not for fragmentation of posterior subcapsular (PSC) and cortical cataracts.
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Summary of Contraindications: Corneal disease or pathology that precludes transmission of laser wavelength or distortion of laser light. Patients who do not give informed consent, who are pregnant or nursing, have existing corneal implants, who have had any previous cornea surgery or pediatric patients. Conditions that interfere with intent to treat such as glaucoma, retinal disorders, rheumatic diseases, epilepsy, herpes zoster or herpes simplex keratitis, and heavy vascularization of ocular tissues. Conditions that interfere with proper docking such as chemosis, nystagmus, significant loss of stability of the conjunctiva, keratoconus, and corneal diseases requiring treatment. Conditions that may interfere with capsulotomy such as poorly dilating pupils, and anterior chamber depths (ACD) < 1.5 mm or ACD > 4.8 mm. Conditions that may interfere with creation of flap such as dry eye diseases, cataract, diabetes mellitus, severe acne rosacea, severe wound healing disorders, and immune deficiency diseases. Contraindicated for laser-assisted lens fragmentation of posterior subcapsular (PSC) and cortical cataracts.
1. Data on file, Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, 2013.