Product Company SCHWIND AMARIS 1050RS 05.2021

AMARIS 1050RS installed at Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery Krasnodar

First laser in Southern Russia with advanced AMARIS technology achieves excellent results

The surgical staff in the Krasnodar branch has gained comprehensive experience in refractive surgery. More than 51,000 laser vision correction procedures have been performed since 2000.

The surgical team is happy with the new AMARIS 1050RS laser

The SCHWIND AMARIS 1050RS excimer laser has been recently installed at the Krasnodar branch of the renowned Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery Federal State Institution (MNTK).

In southern Russia, the flagship of the AMARIS product family is the first installed excimer laser with such sophisticated and highly developed technology. Surgeons and patients are happy with the excellent clinical outcomes obtained so far. The surgical staff in the Krasnodar branch has gained comprehensive experience in refractive surgery. More than 51,000 laser vision correction procedures have been performed since 2000. The Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery Federal State Institution is a clinical and research ophthalmological center in Moscow with 11 regional branches in the biggest Russian cities. 

 

 

Founded in 1988 by Svyatoslav N. Fyodorov, the institution performs more than 60 percent of all high-tech surgical operations in Russia today. Research departments and divisions of the Fyodorov Institution play a prominent role in training and education programs ranging from the life sciences to advanced clinical skills including surgical techniques. During the years, it welcomed the best medical doctors and surgeons from different countries wanting to specialize in ophthalmology.

So far, four SCHWIND AMARIS excimer lasers, including three 1050RS units, have been installed at Fyodorov branches. In addition to Krasnodar, treatments with sophisticated AMARIS technology are performed in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Volgograd.

Press Conference AMARIS 1050RS in Krasnodar. From the left: Olga A. Klokova, head of the refractive department, Sergei N. Sakhnov, director and Tatjana Fedotova, Tradomed


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