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Cross-Linking in the USA – Part 4: The Future

PACK-CXL The process of cross-linking the cornea involves two important antimicrobial actions. The first is a direct, pathogen killing effect: ...

Cross-Linking in the USA – Part 2: Best Practice

Follow best-practice Anaesthesia Topical, usually with tetracaine or proparacaine, although children and non-cooperative patients may require alternative forms of anaesthesia ...

Cross-Linking in the USA – Part 1: Patient and Riboflavin Selection

Cross-Linking in the USA Corneal cross-linking (CXL) in the USA is a relatively recent phenomenon, although it’s a technique that ...

Fixing your SMILE: how do you reoperate, and what are the consequences for corneal strength?

Other vision healthcare professionals regularly refer patients to ELZA who have “challenging corneas”; many are those whose original laser refractive ...

Children: to cross-link or not to cross-link?

Children: to cross-link or not to cross-link? If a person is going to develop keratoconus, that person is more likely to ...

SmILE biomechanically more solid than flap-based laser surgery

SmILE provides a biomechanically more solid residual cornea than flap-based approaches. SmILE more solid than flap-based refractive laser surgery: this ...
Algorithm predicts CXL effect

A new algorithm to predict the Cross-Linking effect

New algorithm predicts CXL effect and might help to treat keratoconus corneas thinner than 400 µm. Algorithm predicts CXL effect: ...
Journal of Refractive Surgery April 2017 Cross-Linking at the slit lamp

Another step towards cross-linking at the slit lamp

Journal of Refractive Surgery: Cross-Linking at the slit lamp and riboflavin distribution. We are currently developing the technique of slit lamp ...
Veterinary Ophthalmology Journal

New insights on the penetration depth of cross-linking

Penetration depth of Cross-Linking is species-dependent. In this scientific article, we supported the research of our partner group around Prof ...

The effect of repeated Corneal Cross-Linking

Repeated Corneal Cross-Linking under laboratory conditions does not increase biomechanics. In this scientific article from our basic research group, which ...

2nd edition of the textbook “Corneal Cross-Linking” available at ASCRS 2017

Our Textbook on Corneal Cross-Linking available at ASCRS Los Angeles May 2017. We are proud to announce that the completely ...

Review on Corneal Biomechanics

February 2017. Review on Corneal Biomechanics by Sabine Kling. Dr. Sabine Kling from our research team at the University of ...
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