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Vitreoretinal Viscodissector 70 degrees

Description: Product designed specifically for posteror segment surgical procedures. For dissection of vitreoretinal membrames using viscoelastic fluid. A high pressure luer lock tubing set is attached to cannula. Tubing is 8in (20cm) long. ID - .02in (.50mm); OD - .06in (1.5mm) and capable of with standing inj...
Company:Hurricane Medical

Vitreoretinal Viscodissector 45 degrees

Description: Product designed specifically for posteror segment surgical procedures. For dissection of vitreoretinal membrames using viscoelastic fluid. A high pressure luer lock tubing set is attached to cannula. Tubing is 8in (20cm) long. ID - .02in (.50mm); OD - .06in (1.5mm) and capable of with standing inj...
Company:Hurricane Medical

Vitreoretinal Viscodissector 90 degrees

Description: Product designed specifically for posteror segment surgical procedures. For dissection of vitreoretinal membrames using viscoelastic fluid. A high pressure luer lock tubing set is attached to cannula. Tubing is 8in (20cm) long. ID - .02in (.50mm); OD - .06in (1.5mm) and capable of with standing inj...
Company:Hurricane Medical

Vitreoretinal Viscodissector

Description: 20 gauge, 25 mm cannula with 30 gauge, 4.76 mm tip is angled 90 degrees with 1 mm flattened tip. Cannula is attached to a luer lock high pressure extension tube (0.03 inch ID x 8 inch long), for use with high viscosity substances. Designed for dissecting pre-retinal and other vitreo-retinal membran...
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz
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