Most IOLs fitted today are fixed monofocal lenses matched to distance vision.However, other types are available, such as multifocal IOLs which provide the patient with multiple-focused vision at far and reading distance, and adaptive IOLs which provide the patient with limited visual accommodation.“So I just made the decision in him to just go ahead and put in the Re STOR bilaterally and he is absolutely ecstatic he’s never worn glasses since and he can see everything.” What Dr.Horn does now is to put in the Aspheric Re STOR first, see how the patients do with their intermediate vision and if they were happy with it, he implants the Re STOR bilaterally. Dougherty said he uses the Re Zoom (Advanced Medical Optics, Santa Ana, Calif.).This guidance represents the view of NICE, arrived at after careful consideration of the evidence available.When exercising their judgement, healthcare professionals are expected to take this guidance fully into account.
The other thing I like about it is they’re not pupil dependent and slight decentrations don’t seem to affect the performance of the lens,” Dr. “Since I’ve been starting to use the Aspheric lens I’m actually finding that I’m starting to get better night vision than I had with the standard Re STOR.” There are however, some patients who complain a little bit about their intermediate vision, that is, their reading point is a little too close, he said. Horn, on the other hand, who often implants the Re STOR Aspheric bilaterally, said that he started noticing that the Re STOR might actually be good enough for some of those patients needing intermediate vision.Nothing in this guidance should be interpreted in a way that would be inconsistent with compliance with those duties.Commissioners and providers have a responsibility to promote an environmentally sustainable health and care system and should assess and reduce the environmental impact of implementing NICE recommendations wherever possible.Eye World takes a look at the pros and cons of the lenses. D., Nashville, agreed, “The Re STOR is definitely the best near vision lens on the planet.” However, Dr.A big advantage of multifocal lenses, said Stephen G. D., Houston, is that the Re STOR lens (Alcon, Fort Worth, Texas) has the best near vision of any of the lenses. Slade said, “The disadvantage [of multifocal lenses] is that some patients, not very many, but some have problems with the quality of vision, either glare or halos or they describe waxy vision or things like that.” Paul J. D., clinical instructor of ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, University of California at Los Angeles, said of the two multifocals, his preferred lens is the Re STOR Aspheric because it tends to be the most effective at eliminating the need for glasses for distance and near.