G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens - Grevis Pharma

G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens

G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens


The G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens is made up of a high-purity hydrophobic acrylic copolymer that is a combination of phenyl ethyl acrylate (PEA) and phenyl ethyl methacrylate (BDDA). They include a benzotriazole UV filter as well.

Such IOLs have hydrophobic properties and are designed negatively spherically to correct for spherical aberration (SA), to achieve zero spherical aberrations in a model representing an average normal population. The product concurrently shows a high refractive index, pressure, and expansion speed. Grevis Pharma is a certified Intraocular Lens Manufacturer and supplier in India that gives the best services for G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens.


Features of G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens

  • Inner warp-free aspheric neutral aperture with negative spherical aberration wavefront technology.
  • Outstanding clarity of vision and superb ability to distinguish objects even under low light conditions.
  • Sleek-coated diffraction-limited optics to delay PCO and aid an effortless unwrapping.
  • A 360-degree square edge injection device with no gaps for uninterrupted haptic-optic fusion and restricted LEC dispersion.
  • It included a 0-degree haptic designed for continuous posterior surface contact, which might prevent PCO.
  • The ultimate balance of stability and accuracy in the centre of the capsule for the eye.
  • YAG laser compatible optics.


Advantages of Using Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses

  • Hydrophobic acrylic material repels water adhesion.
  • The foldable design helps make the surgery minimally invasive.
  • Yellow chromophore filters out UV and blue lights.
  • High resolution for better eyesight.
  • The use of biocompatible materials reduces the possibility of inflammation.
  • Permanent stability for durable vision correction.


Who Can Use These Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Lenses?

  • ‘G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens’ is used during cataract surgery to exchange the cloudy natural lens with an artificial clear one thereby, restoring vision.
  • Individuals with refractive errors such as presbyopia and high myopia who are not appropriate candidates for laser eye surgery may pick lens replacement surgery with intraocular lenses.
  • Individuals with such age-related distortions of vision like presbyopia can probably tend to a better near or distance vision with multifocal or accommodating intraocular lenses.
  • The lenses may also be used to correct other underlying vision problems, like astigmatism, by using additional surgical procedures.
  • Individuals who desire excellent optical results and are independent of glasses or contact lenses could choose premium intraocular lenses including hydrophobic acrylic foldable lenses.



  • Store it at a temperature of 5°-40°and humidity of 35-65% RH.
  • Locate it away from direct sunlight.


What are the Possible Complications after using this Lens?

The most common potential complication and undesirable effects after surgery of this G-Fold Yellow Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lens are secondary surgical intervention (e.g. IOL replacement or extraction) or medication may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Damage to Cornea, Descemet’s Membrane, or Endothelium: In the worst case scenarios, surgery or insults after surgery may damage the corneas surface layers or endothelial cells in the process leading to vision impairment like keratitis and corneal oedema.
  • Uveitis: Inflammation of the iris and cloudiness is possible due to reactions to implanted lens material. However, this usually causes symptoms like pain and blurred vision.
  • Hypopyon: Pus buildup or inflammatory cells in the front of the eye constitute the retina and tell of severe damage and potential infection.
  • Synechia: The close contact (“adhesions”) between the iris and other structures such as the edges of the lens can lead to irregular pupil shape and maybe harm vision.
  • Thermal Burns: During that surgery, higher temperatures of the thermal energy without control may damage tissues which might cause vision damage.
  • Retinal Complications: Surgical trauma or postoperative inflammation may be responsible for this. Nevertheless, these side effects appear to be very rare phenomena.
  • Vitreous Loss: Retinal detachment due to vitreous humour loss during surgery can arise as a result of an operating accident, and the likelihood is elevated in this case.