CAPSULAR TENSION RING

capsular tension ring

Indications

Capsular Tension Rings (CTR) may be inserted into the capsular bag either immediately following continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis (prior to phacoemulsification) or following cataract extraction, just before intraocular lens implantation. At the surgeon’s discretion, the CTR may be implanted using forceps or injected with a CTR injector.

  • Anticipated zonular dehiscence
  • Lens subluxation
  • Expected complications during phaco surgery
  • Implantation of foldable lenses
  • Situations in which sudden unfolding of a foldable IOL might cause zonular breakage or dislocation of the IOL
  • Repositioning of IOL decentration

Indications for Myopia

  • High risk myopic eyes
  • Myopic eye with IOL power of less than 16 diopters

Advantages

  • Circular expansion and stabilization of the periphery of the capsular bag
  • Reduced risk of capsular fibrosis and shrinking
  • Safe IOL centration in eyes with zonular dehiscence
  • Stabilized conditions during surgery
  • Easy controlled insertion with specially developed micro inserter
  • EO sterilized
  • High flexibility & springiness
  • One piece CQ PMMA ring
  • CTR10 (10mm)
  • CTR12 (12mm)
  • Available in Blue and Clear
  • CTRs are not for sale in the US.
CAPSULAR TENSION RING