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Sizers, Corneal Diameter

Definition : Surgical sizers designed to measure and calibrate corneal diameters. These instruments typically consist of a set of reusable, handheld, flexible flat templates with size-marking holes (e.g., in 0.5 mm steps from 10 to 13.5 mm). They are used mainly in the selection of an appropriate diameter during corneal transplants; the sizers may be also used to determine abnormal corneal size in diagnostic procedures.

Entry Terms : "Gauges, Corneal" , "Calipers, Corneal" , "Corneal Graft Sizers" , "Corneal Diameter Sizers" , "Sizers, Corneal Implant" , "Corneal Gauges" , "Corneal Calipers"

UMDC code : 23785

   

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Eagle Vision Inc

Eagle Vision, Inc. was formed in 1983 by Jerre Minor Freeman, MD, a leading ophthalmologist and surgeon. In his practice Dr. Freeman had realized the prevalence of the dry eye problem and the lack of solutions for it.

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Katena Products Inc

Katena Products, Inc. is the largest independently owned American company dedicated exclusively to ophthalmic surgical instrumentation. Katena offers its products to over 7,000 customers in the United States and, through a global network of distributors, to customers in more than 100 countries around the world.

Nu Hope Laboratories Inc

The history of Nu-Hope is an interesting one of tragedy turned into triumph. Nu-Hope was born out of necessity. The founder, Edmund N. Galindo, was born in Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, CA. After graduating from Polytechnic High School in 1933, Edmund apprenticed as a silk screen printer. Eventually, he married with four children and became a partner in a silk screen printing business. During this time Edmund was battling chronic kidney disease. He was not aware of the seriousness of his disease until he volunteered for the war effort in 1941.

Rumex International Co

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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