KXL® System

The cross-linking solution for your keratoconus & Lasik Xtra® patients

The CE-marked KXL® system has a sleek, mobile design with a large touchscreen and wireless remote control that makes it easier to use. Together with 4 preset (changeable) protocols, a fifth user programmable treatment protocol, and the Glaukos family of high-quality riboflavin formulations, you can choose from proven and predictable protocols for your patients via epithelium-off (epi-off), accelerated, pulsed, or continuous treatments.

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A Doctor and a patient.
A Doctor and a patient.

The KXL® system features:

  • Up to 45 mW/cm2 of power for effective cross-linking
  • Wireless remote control for accurate and convenient X, Y, and Z axis adjustments during treatment
  • Large 25.7 cm touchscreen monitor for premium operator visibility and ease of use
  • 4 preset treatment protocols for safety, efficiency, and accuracy
  • Fifth user programmable treatment protocol for convenience
  • Intuitive software user interface
  • Live camera for ease of alignment and image acquisition
  • On-board patient database for easy reference and planning
  • Exportable patient treatment report for record keeping

Procedures performed with the KXL® system include cross-linking and Lasik Xtra®.


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Intended Use

The KXL® System is intended for illuminating the cornea during corneal cross-linking procedures stabilizing cornea which have been weakened by disease or by refractive surgery.

Safety Information

The KXL® System is contraindicated where the corneal thickness, with epithelium, is less than < 375 microns, in corneal melting disorders, aphakic patients, pseudophakic patients without UV blocking lens implanted, pregnant and nursing women, and children. Possible risks may include corneal haze, delayed epithelial healing, corneal edema, stromal scarring, keratitis by infection and sterile infiltrates. For full information consult the directions for use.