References

PRACTITIONER | HOME

1. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Preference based on those who expressed a preference among brands tested.
2. Cooper J, O’Connor B, Watanabe R, Fuerst R, Berger S, Eisenberg N, Dillehay SM. (2018). Case series analysis of myopic progression control with a unique extended depth of focus multifocal contact lens. Eye & Contact Lens, 4(5): e16- e24.doi:10.1097/ICL.0000000000000440
3. Patents Awarded – MULTIFOCAL OPHTHALMIC LENS WITH INDUCED APERTURE. See htts://vtivision.com/about/patents/ for patent numbers.

 

PRACTITIONER | MULTIFOCAL PRESBYOPIA TREATMENT

1. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Subjective visual ratings based on a scale of 0-100, 0=Extremely poor/cannot perform, 100=Extremely good/No problems. All values statistically significant, p<0.05.
2. www.vtivision.com/about/patents/
3. VTI Data on file, 2013.
4. VTI Data on file, 2016 after 12 months.

 

PRACTITIONER | MULTIFOCAL MYOPIA MANAGEMENT

1. Patents Awarded – MULTIFOCAL OPHTHALMIC LENS WITH INDUCED APERTURE. See https://vtivision.com/about/patents/ for patent numbers.
2. Huang J, et al. (2016) Effi cacy Comparison of 16 Interventions for Myopia Control in Children. Ophthalmology. 123(4): 697-708.
3. Holden, B.A., et al. (2016) Global Prevalence of Myopia and High Myopia and Temporal Trends from 2000 through 2050. Ophthalmology, 123(5): 1036-1042
4. Flitcroft, D. (2012). The complex interactions of retinal, optical and environmental factors in myopia aetiology. Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, 31(6): 622-660.
5. Bullimore MA, Brennan NA. Myopia Control: Why Each Diopter Matters. Optom Vis Sci. 2019 Jun; 96(6):463-465
6. Dillehay S, Woods J, Situ P, Payor R, Griffi n R, Tyson M, Jones L. (2014). Comparison of Three Power Levels of a Novel Soft Contact Lens Optical Design to Reduce Suspected Risk Factors for the Progression of Juvenile Onset Myopia. ARVO Poster, Poster #A00863637; Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 55(13). 3637
7. Payor R, Woods J, Situ P, Dillehay S, Griffi n R, Tyson M, & Jones L. (2014) Feasibility Testing of a Novel SCL Optical Design to Reduce Suspected Risk Factors for the Progression of Juvenile Onset Myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 55(13). 3638. Retrieved from http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2269075.
8. Cooper J, O’Connor B, Watanabe R, Fuerst R, Berger S, Eisenberg N, Dillehay SM. (2018). Case series analysis of myopic progression control with a unique extended depth of focus multifocal contact lens. Eye & Contact Lens, 4(5): e16- e24.doi:10.1097/ICL.0000000000000440
9. VTI data on file. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear.

 

PRACTITIONER | LENS DESIGN

1. VTI data on file 2013. As reported by eye care practitioners.
2. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear.

 

PRACTITIONER | QUICKSTART CALCULATOR

1. The NaturalVue® Multifocal QuickStart Calculator is available at www.naturalvuecalculator.com, or as an app from the Apple® App Store® and Google Play. Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

 

PATIENT | HOME

1. Cooper J, O’Connor B, Watanabe R, Fuerst R, Berger S, Eisenberg N, Dillehay SM. (2018). Case series analysis of myopic progression control with a unique extended depth of focus multifocal contact lens. Eye & Contact Lens, 4(5): e16- e24.doi:10.1097/ICL.0000000000000440

 

PATIENT | MULTIFOCAL PRESBYOPIA TREATMENT

1. VTI Data on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Respondents were asked what mode of vision was preferred vs. habitual correction type. Of those who expressed a preference of mode of vision, 79%preferred NVMF vs. select tested brands.
2. Bailey, G. (2017, August). Presbyopia. Retrieved January 16, 2018, from
http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/presbyopia.htm
3. VTI Date on file, 2015. N=59. Data assessed after 1 week of wear. Subjective visual ratings based on a scale of 0-lOOm O=Extremely poor/cannot perform, 100-Extremely good/No problems. All values statistically significant p</=0.05. Preference based on those who expressed a preference among brands tested.

 

PATIENT | MULTIFOCAL MYOPIA TREATMENT

1. Cooper J, O’Connor B, Watanabe R, Fuerst R, Berger S, Eisenberg N, Dillehay SM. Case series analysis of myopic progression control with a unique extended depth of focus multifocal contact lens. Eye & Contact Lens. 2018;4(5):e 16-e24.
2. Gifford P, Gifford KL. The Future of Myopia Control Contact Lenses. Optometry and Vision Science.
2016;93(4):336-343.
3. Flitcroft D. The complex interactions of retinal, optical and environmental factors in myopia aetiology. Progress in Retinal and Eye Research. 2012;31(6):622-660.