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iFS™ Advanced Femtosecond Laser

iFS™ Advanced Femtosecond Laser

It's designed to deliver biomechanically engineered flaps that can be customized for every individual cornea, and includes comprehensive IntraLase® Enabled Keratoplasty (IEK) and ring-channel formation capabilities.

Flap Creation

• Unprecedented speed — virtually effortless flap lift
• Lower energy; may reduce tissue response and inflammation

Significantly Smoother Stromal Beds

• IntraLase® technology results in significantly higher-quality stromal beds than are possible with the FEMTO LDV™1

Inverted Bevel-In Side Cut

• Promotes flap stability and positioning2,3

Elliptical Flap Enhances Surgical Options

• Distributes forces symmetrically to the elliptical cornea
• Moves the hinge peripherally to maximize stromal bed exposure for full delivery of excimer ablation

New Dimension In Surgical Ergonomics

• Contemporary, compact exterior complements and enhances the iLASIK patient experience
• Video microscope features touch-screen magnification function
 
References

1. Kim JY, et al. A FS laser creates a stronger flap than a mechanical microkeratome. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, February 2006, Vol. 47, No. 2
2. Prof M Knorz, MD, Presented ASCRS 2008.
3. Durrie DS, Kezirian, GM: "Femtosecond Laser versus Mechanical Keratome Flaps in Wavefront-guided LASIK: A Prospective Contralateral Eye Study". J Cat and Ref Surgery,V31, Jan. 2005.

There's Only One IntraLase™ FS Laser System

Increasingly, successful LASIK procedures have one thing in common — they use AMO's IntraLase™ FS Laser System. IntraLase™ FS Technology clearly delivers clinical advantages to enhance your practice.

• Our 4th-generation laser is designed as a primary laser for LASIK procedures and advanced corneal surgery procedures
• 60 kHz performance delivers microkeratome speed and laser precision
• Better biomechanical stability vs. a microkeratome (1)
• Lower induced high-order aberrations vs. a microkeratome (2)
• Better refractive outcomes vs. a microkeratome (2)

*Through three months postoperative

1. Alió JL, Ortiz D, Piñero D. Flap biomechanics with femtosecond and mechanical microkeratomes. Data presented at: European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons; September 10-14, 2005; Lisbon, Portugal.
2. Durrie DS, Kezirian GM. Femtosecond laser versus mechanical keratome flaps in wavefront-guided in situ keratomileusis: prospective contralateral eye study. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2005;31(1):120-126.