The FemtoMatrix® will be the first ophthalmic surgical suite to possess a unique set of technological capabilities that translate to a level of performance far ahead of the current standard:
Access to a multispot matrix or variable geometry spots permits FemtoMatrix® to perform cuts at much higher speeds than the current standard resulting in Photoemulsification®. The surgeon then simply aspirates the finely diced nucleus without resorting to ultrasound in the vast majority of cases.
Photoemulsification® by FemtoMatrix® is thus well placed to supplant existing semi-manual, operator-dependent surgical procedures. It will render anterior segment surgery faster, more accurate and reproducible, through automated equipment possessing vision and intelligent software, exceptionally precise robotic movements, to make surgery ever safer and give all patients an equal opportunity.
FemtoMatrix® will be able to perform completely programmable surgery with almost no human intervention – starting with corneal incisions, a capsulotomy, full Photoemulsification® of the nucleus and relaxing incisions for the correction of astigmatism. The surgeon will make extensive use of the system’s I/A fluidics and, in the most challenging cases, can use the built-in phacoemulsification module.
Photonic science is a complex science that studies acts on the behavior of photons. It is noteworthy that photonics helped to turn once blurry images taken by powerful telescopes into the sharp, detailed, and spectacular celestial pictures.
This very great complexity has been mastered by KERANOVA, to make it a unique technological foundational block that makes our lasers ultra-efficient. FemtoMatrix® will be the first system in the world to incorporate photonic science and enable surgeons to enjoy a new and unique experience.
The fragmentation of the lens will no longer be manual using ultrasound, it will be automated, lightning-fast, and carried out by virtue of photonic science.
Cataract surgery enters a new era: that of Photoemulsification® which will supersede phacoemulsification and FLACS.