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Most Common Acrysof Restor Reports to the FDA

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Device Remains Implanted
1010
No Known Device Problem
627
No Information
604
Lens Replacement
349
Use Of Device Issue
117
Dissatisfaction
99
Malposition Of Device
51
Lens (iol), Scratch, Mark On
35
No Code Available
35
Optical Decentration
34
Other (for Use When An Appropriate ...
33
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Unknown (for Use When The Device Pr...
30
Lens (iol), Dislocated Intraocular
19
Lens, Malposition Of
13
Scratched Material
13
Break
12
Haptic, Stuck To Optic
10
Defective Item
8
Haptic(s), Broken
8
Dislodged Or Dislocated
7
Lens (iol), Torn, Split, Cracked
6
Foreign Material
5
Lens, Repositioning Of
5
Explanted
4
Haptic Issue, No Description
4
Lens Issue, No Description
4
Lens, Deposits On
4
Material Opacification
3
Torn Material
3
Defective Component
2
Device Issue
2
Difficult To Position
2
Dislocated
2
Foreign Material Present In Device
2
Lens, Cloudy
2
Motion Detector Failure
2
Bent
1
Bubble(s)
1
Crack
1
Device Remains Activated
1
Failure To Unfold Or Unwrap
1
Fibrosis
1
Fitting Problem
1
Folding Issue
1
Fracture
1
Haptic(s), Bent
1
Haptic(s), Fractured
1
Haptic, Missing
1
Implant Breakage Or Physical Damage
1
Kinked
1
Lens (iol), Line, Crease On
1
Lens (iol), Nicked, Chipped
1
Material Discolored
1
Misshaped Lens (warped, Not Round)
1
Particulates
1
Pitted
1
Replace
1
Sharp/jagged/rough/etched/scratched
1
Unfold, Difficult To
1

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This report contains aggregated drug side effects and adverse events for Acrysof Restor. The data has been pulled from the United States Food and Drug Administration's (US FDA) Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS), a database containing more than 4,000,000 adverse event reports.

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DrugCite only counts a drug if the submitter of the adverse event indicates that the drug is suspected to have caused the adverse event.

Depending on how the data is aggregated, different counts may occur. When someone submits an adverse event to the FDA, the submitter can attribute multiple adverse events to one or more drugs. For example, an individual taking Paxil could submit the adverse events "anxiety" and "suicidal ideation" for the same individual safety report (ISR). This means when DrugCite aggregates by adverse event, two distinct adverse events are counted in the adverse event graph; once for "anxiety" and again for "suicidal ideation". However, when DrugCite aggregates by individual safety reports irrespective of the details of the adverse events contained within the safety report, the report is only counted once.

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