We look forward to consulting you in person.

Susanne Wasserbäch
Medios Competence Network Ophthalmology
Managing Director

Individual medication for degenerative eye diseases

Ophthalmology is one of the oldest medical specialties and deals with the human eye and eye disorders. In our increasingly ageing society, degenerative eye diseases are of particular importance. For example, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the most common eye condition in the western world. It leads to considerable visual impairment in people over the age of 50 and can even cause near blindness in its late stages.

Specialist providers for ophthalmologists and eye clinics

Macular degeneration and related diseases are an important focus of our expertise at Medios. Even though AMD cannot be cured, various therapies can be used to slow down the progression of the disease and preserve vision for longer. To this end, we offer ophthalmology practices and clinics a broad range of supply including the complete range of finished medicinal products for this indication and the production of patient-specific IVOM formulations.

Your benefits

• Highly qualified, personal contact partners
• Highest quality and safety standards
• Regional compounding and a nationwide competence network
• Supply security, with a fallback solution
• Our digital and intuitive order platform ‘mediosconnect’
• High availability of ophthalmic formulations
• Secure supply of finished medicinal products
• IVOM contract management
• Time savings and cost efficiency
• Optimization of economic efficiency

GMP quality 
for maximum safety

We prepare ophthalmic formulations from approved finished medicinal products in accordance with the strictest GMP guidelines and our many years of experience. Our continuous process optimization allows us to guarantee reliable completion at all times and to react flexibly to changes in therapy at short notice. Our network of partners enables us to provide fast and reliable on-site care both regionally and throughout Germany.



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