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iVis Suite™: The remotely controllable platform for customized no-touch corneal surgery

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iVis Technologies S.r.l.
Via Luigi Corsi n.50 - 74121, Taranto, Italy
T: +39 (099) 779-1680  
Email: [email protected]

iVis Technologies are pioneers in advanced technological solutions for corneal surgery. With over twenty-five years background dedicated to R&D in Ophthalmology, iVis’ mission is to lead the high-end sector of corneal surgery by designing, engineering, manufacturing and marketing the iVis Suite™, a fully hardware, software and biomaterials integrated platform delivering a remotely controlled, fully automated, no-touch, corneal customized surgery.

iVis’ primary target is to create unique medical devices conceived as a coherent ensemble to perform its proprietary no-touch automated transepithelial surgical procedure cTen™, optimizing patient’s quality of vision with minimal treatment invasiveness.

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