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Punches, Surgical, Eye, Trabecular Meshwork

Definition : Eye (ophthalmic) surgery punches designed to excise a segment of tissue (frequently in the form of a disc) from the trabecular meshwork of the eye. These devices typically are handheld, manual instruments with an integral sharp hollow tip at the distal end, operated by squeezing a two-part handle. Trabecular mesh eye surgical punches are used mainly to remove a portion of the trabecular area to facilitate drainage of the aqueous humor in patients suffering from glaucoma.

Entry Terms : "Trabeculectomy Punches" , "Trabecular Punches"

UMDC code : 22717

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Katalyst Surgical LLC

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Maxtown Medical Corp

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Pelion Surgical LLC

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Rumex International Co

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Our online catalog contains more than 1500 surgical instruments made of Titanium, Stainless Steel, Diamond, and Tungsten Carbide Overlay. A purchase of an instrument from Rumex International is not an expense but a long-term. investment.Titanium instruments All Rumex ophthalmic instruments (except scissors) are available in titanium. The advantages of titanium are: Titanium is a fully inert material and does not corrode; Titanium is not magnetic; Titanium is a very light metal 40% lighter than steel.

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