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    OASIS, AJL Ophthalmic to distribute corneal implants

     

    Glendora, CA—OASIS Medical Inc. and Spain-based AJL Ophthalmic SA have announced an exclusive relationship for the sales and distribution of corneal implants (Intacs) for the treatment of keratoconus and the FDA-approved treatment of myopia.

    Addition Technologies, acquired by AJL Ophthalmic in January 2013, will continue the manufacturing and remain the FDA-approved Humanitarian Device Exemption holder of the device.

    “OASIS is honored to work with AJL Ophthalmic and the (device),” said Craig Delgado, president of OASIS. “(This corneal implant) serves keratoconus patients, giving them a truly extraordinary option to retain their visual acuity once contacts or glasses are no longer a viable option.”

     

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    Rose Schneider Krivich
    Rose is the content specialist for Medical Economics.

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