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Company Overview of Bausch & Lomb Incorporated
Bausch & Lomb Incorporated develops, manufactures, and markets eye care products. Its products contact lens with wearing modalities; lens care products, such as chemical disinfectants for soft contact lenses, as well as Boston line of products for cleaning GP contact lenses; and prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceutical medicines to treat a range of eye conditions, including glaucoma, eye allergies, conjunctivitis, dry eye, and retinal diseases. The company also provides a line of Rx products, which include the antibacterial eye drops, the steroid eye drops, and retinal diseases treatment products; and cataract and vitreoretinal surgery products, such as intraocular lenses and deliver...
400 Somerset Corporate Boulevard
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Founded in 1853
Key Executives for Bausch & Lomb Incorporated
Corporate Vice President and President of Latin America Operations
President of Asia-Pacific
Chief Medical Officer and Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Vision Care
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Bausch & Lomb Incorporated Key Developments
Bausch + Lomb Launches Enhanced Pinnacle 360 Single-Use Instrument Line
Sep 22 16
Bausch + Lomb announced the launch of an enhanced version of its Pinnacle 360 line of single-use instruments. The Pinnacle 360 instruments now feature a new piston, redesigned to provide smooth, consistent actuation. The company also invested in new technology to design a strong, thinner internal limiting membrane (ILM) forceps that provides surgeons with excellent visualization, allowing them to see down to the tissue as they engage it. Additionally, all Pinnacle 360 instruments are now color-coded according to Bausch + Lomb's standard gauge size identification, making it easier for surgical staff to select the appropriate instrument and thus improving efficiency. The enhanced Pinnacle 360 will be available for surgeons to test at the Bausch + Lomb booth (#3026) at the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) in Chicago, October 15-18, 2016.
Bausch + Lomb Incorporated Expands 27-Gauge Product Portfolio for Retina Surgeons
Aug 15 16
Bausch + Lomb Incorporated has announced the availability of the first 27-gauge Diamond Dusted Membrane Scraper and 27 gauge Directional Laser Probe, the new additions to its 27-gauge product portfolio for retina surgeons. The introduction of the 27-gauge Diamond Dusted Membrane Scraper and Directional Laser Probe, which incorporates Bausch + Lomb's fiber technology, are the result of commitment to addressing these challenges, and helping surgeons deliver better patient outcomes. The 27-gauge Diamond Dusted Membrane Scraper features a diamond dusted, silicone tip, designed to atraumatically facilitate the peeling of internal limiting membranes (ILM) or epi-retinal membranes (ERM) during macular hole or macular pucker surgery. The 27-gauge Directional Laser Probe passes in and out of the cannula in a straight position. The straight format reduces the risk of bumping the natural lens when entering the eye and provides the ability to work around the posterior pole when applying laser treatment. Patented moving tube technology allows the probe to adjust from straight to a curve of 85 degrees without actuating the fiber toward the retina. Unlike standard straight and curved laser probes, the generous curve of the Directional Laser Probe makes the extreme periphery accessible to the surgeon in 27-gauge surgery. The 27-gauge Directional Laser Probe is compatible with most modern retinal lasers. Bausch + Lomb's complete line of 27-gauge instruments will also be available to trial.
Bausch + Lomb Announces Availability of Illuminated Directional Laser Probe
Aug 2 16
Bausch + Lomb announced the availability of the Illuminated Directional Laser Probe, which combines the exceptional light technology of the company's Illuminated Laser Probe with the advanced fiber capabilities of its Directional Laser Probe. Using patented moving tube technology, the Illuminated Directional Laser Probe adjusts from straight to a curve of 85 degrees. The directional actuation of the fiber allows surgeons to enter the eye in the straight position, reducing the risk of bumping the natural lens while providing the ability to work around the posterior pole when applying laser treatment. Surgeons can adjust from straight to the curved position using an ergonomically designed slide button, which in combination with the illumination technology allows them to perform their own scleral depression while reaching the extreme periphery. The product features a midfield illumination pattern and is compatible with most modern, ophthalmic light sources. Surgeons will have the opportunity to try the Illuminated Directional Laser Probe at the Bausch + Lomb booth (#103) at the American Society of Retina Surgeons meeting, August 9-14, 2016, in San Francisco, CA.
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