An Intraocular lens (IOL) is a lens implanted in the eye usually as part of a treatment for cataracts or for correcting other vision problems such as short sightedness and long sightedness, a form of refractive surgery. If the natural lens is left in the eye, the IOL is known as phakic. otherwise it is a pseudophakic lens (or false lens). Both kinds of IOLs are designed to provide the same light-focusing function as the natural crystalline lens
Eye drapes designed with a unique, U-shaped, fluid-containment pouch that helps reduce exposure during phacoemulsification and other fluid-intensive procedures and may be used for the left or right eye.