Flexible adaptation to workflow and patient

The FEMTO LDV lasers are known to be easy to integrate into no matter what workflow settings allowing you to work exactly with the equipment you are used to. This flexible design adds a lot of convenience for both surgeons and patients. It is a real game changer in laser cataract surgery since it enables a seamless procedure without any patient relocation. 

Flexible adaptation to patients

Flexible adaptation to patients

The unique handpiece is mounted to the articulated arm and enables for:

  • Intuitive docking to the patient's eye unaffected by patient size or positioning
  • More convenient especially for
    • Patients suffering from claustrophobia
    • Patients with nystagmus 
  • Perpendicular docking to the patient's eye making the occurrence of situations like lentodonesis easily manageable
  • Stable, computer controlled vacuum even in difficult cases

Flexible adaptation to workflow

Flexible adaptation to workflow

The FEMTO LDV Z models enable for a surgeon-centric technique which means that everything is arranged around the surgeon and not the laser.

  • The laser can be rolled to the surgeon
  • If not needed in the OR, it can be stored elsewhere
  • All surgical equipment can be used with the FEMTO LDV

The highly flexible and intuitive articulated arm and the laser's unique architecture enable for seamless integration into your established surgical workflow which makes it more efficient.

Availability
The FEMTO LDV Z2, Z4, Z6 and Z8 are CE marked and FDA cleared. For some countries, availability may be restricted due to regulatory requirements; please contact Ziemer for details. Presbyopia treatments occur exclusively by a pocket creation and the implantation of a corresponding corneal inlay of a third party. Availability of related corneal inlays and implants may vary according to policy of the individual manufacturers and regulatory status in the individual countries. To comply with FDA regulations, devices for sale in the U. S. do not mention 'Presbyopia' on the panels.