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Supporting Paediatric Cataract Surgery in Ethiopia

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Rayner is proud to have supplied Dr Woodruff with Rayner C-flex Aspheric Monofocal IOLs and OphteisBio 3% OVD for his recent visit to Ethiopia as Visiting Professor & Mentor in Paediatric Ophthalmology, Gondar University Hospital 25th March – 30th March 2018.

Restoring Sight to the Poor and Marginalised in Bangladesh: 2016 Report

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In 2016, 773 Rayner IOLs were used to restore the sight of some of Bangladesh’s poorest and most isolated people, according to the recent Annual IMPACT partner report. There were no complications found during post-operative follow up visits of patients with Rayner IOLs, it was also reported.


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Celebrating: Over 1,500 Eyes to See Again in 2015. 11,000 Eyes to See Again Since 1999
Rayner is very proud to be associated with IMPACT Foundation Bangladesh and in April 2016, Rayner will have donated a total of 11,000 premium quality monofocal IOLs over the last 11 years...  

Making a Difference: Rayner Aids the Restoration of Sight to Some of the World’s Most Underprivileged Patients

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Rayner Donates Lenses to a Recent Mission Trip to India.
Rayner recently supported a successful mission trip to India by donating IOLs to ICARE - a hospital dedicated to providing charitable eye-care. Through working with the Rayner’s local distributor in India - and 4 generous US-based surgeons – the company was able to help restore the gift of sight to those in great need.

Rayner Launches T-flex Aspheric Toric and Sulcoflex Toric System Packs in Korea

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Rayner proudly announced today that the registration of both the Sulcoflex Toric IOL and T-flex Aspheric Toric IOL system packs has been approved by the Korean Food and Drugs Administration (KFDA) and are now available for sale in the Republic of Korea.

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Rayner Proudly Donates Lenses to Charity Project in Ghana

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Rayner announced today that it had recently made an IOL donation to Orbis.
Orbis is an international charity which transpired through an alliance forged between the medical and aviation industries. Founded in 1982, the charity was developed to provide surgical knowledge and skills to doctors in developing countries through their unique Flying Eye Hospital and hospital-based training programmes.

Rayner-Sponsored Charity Earns Television Exposure on World Current Affairs Program.

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‘Good news, good news, good news! IMPACT’s Jibon Tari Floating Hospital has moored here in Kaliganj!’

A young man rides a bike around a village making this announcement from his megaphone. This marks the beginning of a powerful news story.

IMPACT Bangladesh - a charitable foundation which aims to prevent and treat avoidable disability - features in Al Jazeera's world health programme 'The Cure' as part of a report on one of their biggest projects - The Jibon Tari or 'Floating Hospital'. 

British invention restores sight to world’s oldest cataract surgery patient

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After enduring a decade of poor vision, 109-year-old Guo Liansheng has been given back the gift of sight by UK intraocular lens (IOL) experts, Rayner.

Before implantation of a Rayner IOL, Madam Guo struggled to detect even the vaguest light changes. Afterwards, she was able to look into her eight-month-old great-great-granddaughter’s eyes for the first time.

Sussex Collaboration helps to save sight of cataract sufferers in Bangladesh

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Hove-based Rayner Intraocular Lenses Ltd have pledged a regular donation of IOLs every month to Sussex-based IMPACT Foundation, enabling the foundation to restore the vision of cataract sufferers in Bangladesh – improving the patients’ quality of life, preventing disability and promoting independent, sustainable living.

Rayner donation to the Bureau for the Prevention of Blindness, South African National Council for the Blind (SANCB)

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On Wednesday 6th May 2009, Rayner Intraocular Lenses Ltd donated 1,000 intraocular lenses to the Bureau for the Prevention of Blindness in South Africa. Rayner’s South African distributor, Surgical & Ophthalmic Supplies Pty, had the honour of officially presenting the lenses to Dr Paul Davis, Chairman of the bureau.

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