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Visual outcome and patient satisfaction with blended vision of refractive rotational asymmetric intraocular lens (IOL) Oculentis Mplus X MF30 and Oculentis Mplus MF20

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Session Title: EDOF vs Multifocal IOLs

Session Date/Time: Sunday 23/09/2018 | 14:15-16:00

Paper Time: 15:43

Venue: Room A4

First Author: : A.Kok Khiang MALAYSIA

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Abstract Details


To assess the 1 month postoperative visual performance and subjective patient satisfaction in 50 patients with bilateral implantation with Oculentis Mplus X MF30 and Oculentis Mplus MF20


VISTA Eye Specialist, MALAYSIA


This study comprised 50 patients (100 eyes) who had successful bilateral femtosecond laser assisted cataract / clear lens surgery with implantation of Oculentis MplusX 30 in the non-dominant eye and Oculentis Mplus MF20 in the dominant eye. The surgery on each eye had been done on consecutive days. Parameters analysed included binocular uncorrected visual acuity for distance, intermediate and near, spectacle independence, photic phenomena and patient satisfaction.


At post-op 1 month, the mean bilateral UCDVA was 0.03±0.06 logMAR with 94% (47 patients) achieving 20/25 (6/7.5) or better (p<0.001), mean bilateral UCIVA was -0.04±0.07 logMAR with 100% (50 patiens) achieving 20/25 or better (p<0.001) and mean bilateral UCNVA was 0.04±0.06 logMAR with 100% (50 patients) achieving J3 (N5) or better (p<0.001). Most of the patients did not wear glasses for daily activities and reported high satisfaction especially less glares and no haloes in overall performance.


The study showed that with bilateral implantation of Oculentis Mplus X MF30 and Oculentis Mplus MF20 provide very good uncorrected visual acuity for distance, intermediate and near. This blended vision approach has achieved very high patient satisfaction and most patient have been practically spectacle independence with close to minimal to none visual disturbances reported.

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