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Rhein Tubular 23g Capsulorrhexis Forceps

Description: Ultra Micro Shafts For Insertion Through A 1.0mm Incision. Special Direct Acting Handles For Light-Weight Improved Ergonomics. Curved Shafts For A More Comfortable Approach. Recessed Jaws For Improved Sub-Incisional Flap Purchase. Protective Cap Supplied For Protec...
Company:Rhein Medical, Inc.

Rhein Tubular Capsulorrhexis Forceps

Description: Unique 23g Tube Allows Use Through A 1-Millimeter Incision. Special Curved Shaft Provides A More Comfortable Approach To The Incision. Cystotome Tips Are Used To Pinch The Capsule To Initiate And Complete A Circular Tear. Titanium Handle Is Lighter In Weight For Improved Ergonomic Feel. Ideal...
Company:Rhein Medical, Inc.

Kershner II 23g Stainless Micro Capsulorrhexis

Description: Ultra Micro Shafts For Insertion Through A 1.0mm Incision. Special Direct Acting Handles For Light-Weight Improved Ergonomics. Curved Shafts For A More Comfortable Approach. Recessed Jaws For Improved Sub-Incisional Flap Purchase. Protective Cap Supplied For Protec...
Company:Rhein Medical, Inc.

Dell Astigmatism Marker

Description:...king Limbal Relaxing Incisions.5mm Inner Circle Assists In Sizing A Precise capsulorrhexis For The Crystalens Implant. 8-12111 : Designed To Be Used With The ...ing Limbal Relaxing Incisions. 5mm Inner Circle Assists In Sizing A Precise capsulorrhexis For The Crystalens Implant. All Four Dell Markers Are Designed To Mar...
Company:Rhein Medical, Inc.

Healon GV

Features:...with reduced trauma to the corneal endothelium and other ocular tissues. Expands the anterior chamber and flattens the anterior capsule to facilitate capsulorrhexis Possesses the hightest moleculare weight of any ophthalmic viscosurgical device Absorbs forces associated with IOL implantationCompany:Advanced Medical Optics, Inc.
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