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To assess early clinical experience with new spherical aberration neutral, hydrophobic acrylic toric monofocal intraocular lens (MX60ET IOL, Bausch and Lomb, Inc.) with enhanced material properties to accelerate optic recovery.
Prospective, single-surgeon, consecutive case series in which novel toric IOLs were implanted and intraoperative aberrometry was used to confirm IOL power and axis alignment. All patients were assessed for uncorrected visual acuities (UCVAs) at distance and intermediate and near, MRSE and absolute prediction error (APE) were collected. Surgical technique with new toric IOL will be shared at the conference.
Initial outcomes showed improved surgical efficiency with enhanced toric (MX60ET) IOL. Enhanced time for haptics to engage capsular and quicker toric alignment with intraocular aberrometry. Additional clinical endpoints are currently being collected and will be presented at the conference.
Initial outcomes show improved surgical efficiency with new enhanced toric IOL as compared to the previous non-enhanced version.