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Rhein Insertion Forceps (For Crystalens)

ProductsRhein Insertion Forceps (For Crystalens)
Company Rhein Medical, Inc.
Item Rhein Insertion Forceps (For Crystalens)
Features 
Description Special Low-profile Hourglass Jaw Design Holds The Lens Securely During Insertion Through A Minimal Incision. Mirror Polished Blades Keep The Optic From Being Scratched. Direct Acting Handle Mechanism Offers Control Over Release Of The Optic. Wide Jaw Platforms Prevent The Lens From Tilting During Insertion. Reusable, Autoclaveable, Made In The USA, Guaranteed For Life, And Available For A 30-Day Surgical Evaluation Without Obligation.
Info Rhein Medical, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 637-4346
Web site: http://www.rheinmedical.com

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