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Health calls for the recall of this eye product

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New health alert issued by the Spanish Medicines Agency (Aemps), under the Ministry of Health. The agency warns of the recall of contact lenses for the eyes that, according to the note made public on Monday, are believed to can cause ocular hypertension.

Contact lenses, however, are not so-called. contact lensesbut intraocular lenses, the kind that are surgically implanted inside the eye. Specifically, thousands of batches of intraocular lenses of the model EyeCee One preloaded y EyeCee One Crystal preloadedmanufactured by the Japanese company Nidek and distributed in Spain by Bausch & Lomb.

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In fact, it has been the company Nidek itself the one in charge of communicating the alert. “Nidek has issued this field safety notice while subjecting them to a thorough investigation, in collaboration with. Bausch+Lombfollowing a small number of reports of elevated ocular hypertension and severity in patients who were implanted with one of these lenses,” the company statement said.

Glaucoma

The hypertension -elevated pressure inside the eye- is one of the main early markers of the glaucomathe second leading cause of blindness in Spain, second only to cataracts.

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“To date, a preliminary investigation has not established a link between these EyeCee One preloaded IOLs and reports of elevated ocular hypertension, nor has it identified a root cause. Nidek and Bausch + Lomb are continuing to investigate this issue to definitively determine the root cause of these reports and whether there is a link to these products,” the alert adds.

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