LASIK Results

 

CRS Clinical Research is a non-profit foundation created by physicians to provide peer-based independent validation of surgical products and procedures. CRS focuses on the validation of clinical/surgical procedures through formal clinical studies in cooperation with organizations currently enrolled in FDA IDE protocols. The “procedural” protocol seeks to develop and refine surgical techniques to optimize surgical outcomes.

G&WVI surgeon outcome data surpasses the CRS Study in each category of prescription power range

LASIK OUTCOMES ANALYSIS

Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute surgeon outcome data is presented in comparison to the CRS Study outcomes in each category of prescription power range. In all areas Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute patient results surpass the CRS study. CRS Clinical Research is a non-profit foundation created by physicians to provide peer-based independent validation of surgical products and procedures. CRS focuses on the validation of clinical/surgical procedures through formal clinical studies in cooperation with organizations currently enrolled in FDA IDE protocols. The “procedural” protocol seeks to develop and refine surgical techniques to optimize surgical outcomes.

Source: www.crsresearch.org; www.lasikinstitute.org; Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute data from Outcomes Analysis Software. (www.refractiveoutcomes.com)

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