Terry Kim, MD
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Cynthia Matossian, MD
How has your accommodative lens population benefitted from your use of the ReSure® Sealant?

John Hovanesian, MD
Why is it important to have a stable chamber when utilizing toric IOLs?

Elizabeth Yeu, MD
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Karl Stonecipher, MD
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Approved Use
ReSure Sealant is indicated for intraoperative management of clear corneal incisions (up to 3.5mm) with a demonstrated wound leak for which a temporary dry surface can be achieved, in order to prevent postoperative fluid egress from such incisions following cataract surgery with intraocular lens (IOL) placement in adults.

Important Safety Information
The ReSure Sealant should not be used on actively leaking incisions in which a temporary dry ocular surface cannot be achieved. Do not use the ReSure Sealant in patients who are allergic to FD&C Blue #1. For complete instructions, warnings and precautions, please refer to the ReSure Sealant Instructions for Use.

ReSure is a registered trademark of Ocular Therapeutix, Inc.

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