2 Alcon Centurion Vision System
AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
An automated system that optimizes anterior chamber stability by allowing surgeons
to proactively set and maintain target intraocular pressure (IOP) within the eye during the cataract removal procedure.
This provides enhanced IOP control during the procedure in comparison
to gravity fluidics and fixed pressure irrigation; reduces surges due to occlusion breaks;
increases IOP efficiency at lower, more natural settings;
and eliminates the need to manually adjust fluid pressure.
Control and responsiveness
Patient eye level (PEL)
System Responsiveness: Throughout the procedure, the system works to:
Maintain surgeon-selected IOP
Rapidly monitor flow rate, irrigation
pressure, vacuum and other metrics
Detect and dynamically compensate
for changes in the fluidic environment
Streamlined FMS for smooth I/A control:
The FMS is designed for smooth fluid movement and vacuum rise, so the surgeon is able to focus
more on the cataract removal procedure and less on managing the phaco system.
Innovative irrigation for optimized responsiveness: Active Fluidics™ technology quickly detects fluidics change during the cataract removal procedure
and dynamically compensates to maintain surgeon-selected target IOP. The Active Fluidics™ bag fits into a compartment between two plates.
These plates can rapidly compress or decompress fluid in the Active Fluidics™ bag to maintain surgeon-selected target IOP.
Innovative CENTURION Vision System software: The CENTURION Vision System accommodates a wide range of surgeon settings.
Both the aspiration rate and vacuum limit can be set for increased control,
cataract removal efficiency and procedural balance.