Argus II Retinal Prosthesis Program implanted in advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa patient successfully Second Sight Medical Products, Inc., the world’s leading developer of retinal prostheses for the blind, announced that the first ever industrial implantation of such a prosthesis was successfully completed on Saturday, 29th in Pisa October, Italy. Stanislao Rizzo, Director of the University Hospital Ophthalmic Section of Pisa, in an individual experiencing advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa sildenafil ou cialis . Argus II, which received marketing clearance in Europe earlier this full calendar year, becomes the world’s first ever commercial implant designed to restore some eyesight to a previously blind patient.
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