RU2014038C1 - Method of varying refraction of eye optic system with implanted artificial lens and artificial lens - Google Patents

Method of varying refraction of eye optic system with implanted artificial lens and artificial lens

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RU2014038C1
RU2014038C1 SU4891093A RU2014038C1 RU 2014038 C1 RU2014038 C1 RU 2014038C1 SU 4891093 A SU4891093 A SU 4891093A RU 2014038 C1 RU2014038 C1 RU 2014038C1
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Виктор Викторович Курилов
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FIELD: medicine, ophthalmology. SUBSTANCE: method of varying an eye optic system refraction involves moving an artificial lens optic element along an eye optic axis. The artificial lens furthermore has a support portion made in the form of a ring provided with shackles step-wise bent in the plane orthogonal to an optic element main plane. The shackles are bent towards each other and their free ends are located symmetrically relative to their fixture point and in parallel with the optic element main plane, the support member being made of memory material. EFFECT: enhanced efficiency, improved quality. 2 cl, 4 dwg

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Изобретение относится к медицине/ к офтальмологии и может быть использовано для временного изменения рефракции линзы хрусталика. The invention relates to medicine / to ophthalmology and can be used to temporarily change the refractive lens of the lens.

Известен способ и устройство увеличения рефракции оптической системы глаза/ включающий введение в глаз искусственного хрусталика/ состоящего из линзы и опорных элементов. Known is a method and apparatus increase the refraction optical system / method comprising administering to the eye an artificial lens / lenses and consisting of supporting elements.

Известна также внутриглазная линза регулируемая лазером и метод изменения силы линзы/ включающий изменение формы линзы прямым воздействием лазером. Also known is an adjustable intraocular lens and method of changing the laser power lenses / lens includes change of shape by direct laser exposure.

Недостатком прототипа является сложность метода и необратимость рефракции. The disadvantage of the prototype is the complexity of the method and the irreversibility of refraction.

Целью изобретения является упрощение при одновременном обеспечении временного изменения рефракции. The invention aims at simplification while securing a temporary change of refraction.

Поставленная цель достигается тем/ что перемещают оптический элемент хрусталика вдоль оптической оси глаза/ а опорная часть хрусталика - кольцо/ снабжено дужками/ ступенчато изогнутыми в плоскости/ перпендикулярной главной плоскости оптического элемента и изогнутыми одна навстречу другой/ свободные концы дужек симметрично расположены относительно точки крепления их и параллельны главной плоскости оптического элемента/ при этом опорная часть выполнена из материала/ обладающего памятью формы. The goal is achieved / that moves the optical element of the lens along the optical axis of the eye / and the supporting portion of the lens - the ring / provided Ends / stepwise curved plane / perpendicular to the principal plane of the optical element and curved towards each other / the free ends of the arches symmetrically arranged with respect to their attachment points and parallel to the principal plane of the optical element / wherein the support portion is made of a material / shape memory.

Сущность изобретения заключается в следующем. The invention consists in the following. Изменение рефракции осуществляют микроперемещением искусственного хрусталика при сжатии или разжатии опорных элементов/ выплавленных из материала с памятью формы/ например NITI/ и предварительно термообработанных. Changing the refractive carried micromovings artificial lens in compression or decompression of the support elements / melted from a material having shape memory / e.g. NITI / and preliminarily heat treated. На фиг. FIG. 1 показан искусственный хрусталик с сжатым опорным элементом; 1 shows an intraocular lens with compressed support member; на фиг. FIG. 2 - искусственный хрусталик с выпрямленным опорным элементом; 2 - artificial lens rectified with a support member; на фиг. FIG. 3 - искусственный хрусталик/ вид сверху; 3 - artificial lens / top view; на фиг. FIG. 4 - схема микроперемещения искусственного хрусталика в глазе. 4 - Microscopic displacements diagram of an artificial lens in the eye.

Устройство содержит искусственный хрусталик 1/ на теле которого размещено кольцо 2 с дужками 3/ выполненными из материала с памятью формы/ т. е. с обратимым мартенситным превращением. The apparatus comprises an artificial lens 1 / on the body of ring 2 which is taken from the shackles 3 / made of a material having shape memory / t. E. With a reversible martensitic transformation.

Для выполнения способа осуществляют нагрев опорного элемента/ например повышением температуры обдуваемого воздуха (в маске) или его охлаждением. For carrying out the method is carried out heating the support member / such increase blown air temperature (masked) or cooling.

Устройство работает следующим образом. The apparatus operates as follows.

Нагреваясь или охлаждаясь/ дужки 3 кольца 2 перемещают искусственный хрусталик 1/ изменяя тем самым рефракцию оптической системы глаза. Heating or cooling / crura 3 rings artificial lens 2 is moved 1 / thereby changing the refraction of the eye optical system.

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1. Способ изменения рефракции оптической системы глаза при имплантации искусственного хрусталика, отличающийся тем, что, с целью упрощения при одновременном обеспечении временного изменения рефракции, перемещают оптический элемент хрусталика вдоль оптической оси глаза. 1. A method for refractive eye optical system changes during implantation of artificial lenses, characterized in that, in order to simplify while ensuring temporal change refractive optical element of the lens is moved along the optical axis of the eye.
2.Искусственный хрусталик глаза, содержащий оптический элемент и опорную часть в виде кольца, отличающийся тем, что, с целью упрощения при одновременном обеспечении временного изменения рефракции, кольцо снабжено дужками ступенчато изогнутыми в плоскости перпендикулярной главной плоскости оптического элемента, изогнутыми навстречу другой, свободные концы дужек симметрично расположены относительно точки крепления их и параллельны главной плоскости оптического элемента, при этом опорная часть выполнена из материала, обладающего памя 2.Iskusstvenny lens comprising an optical element and a support portion in the form of a ring, characterized in that, in order to simplify while ensuring temporal change of refraction, the ring is provided with curved arches stepwise in a plane perpendicular to the principal plane of the optical element, curved towards each other, the free ends arches symmetrically arranged relative to their mounting points and are parallel to the principal plane of the optical element, wherein the support portion is made of a material having a memory ью формы. Strongly form.
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