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Treatment of Presbyopia - At its Source
Pioneer of femtosecond laser technology defined additional goals
Together with his team of experts, Holger Lubatschowski began to process biological tissues such as bone, teeth and soft tissues with femtosecond laser technology. By using optical coherence tomography (OCT), the team was able to monitor the procedure “online”, and thereby implementing the “Seeing Scalpel”.
Lubatschowski points out, “As expert in the field of optical physics ROWIAK focuses their look at the treatment of ophthalmic disorders. We want to treat presbyopia at its source - the lens - without opening the globe.”
Today, ROWIAK offers professional solutions to put innovative ideas into practice. Worldwide scientists, physicians, and engineers with pioneering spirit already benefit from the skilled services of ROWIAK in order to develop customized products for individual therapeutic procedures.
ROWIAK now has become an established institution in the field of ophthalmology customized solutions. Their results are feasible and tailored to meet the user’s needs. ROWIAK is an expert for the professional development of ophthalmic laser systems – not only on the basis of femtosecond technology. Moreover ROWIAK helps customers to develop an idea into a CE-certified medical device.
ROWIAK is convinced that ophthalmic laser-based procedures will turn current methods of therapy into more reliable, efficient, long-lasting and affordable medical treatments. Together with partners and customers, ROWIAK wants to actively shape the medical landscape of the future.
ROWIAK is represented at ARVO 2016 Annual Meeting, from May 1st until 4th, in Seattle, the world’s famous fair for ophthalmology, research and imaging in the eye. You will find ROWIAK at booth No. 607.
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