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Company Rhein Medical, Inc.
Item Brown Pupil Dilator
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Description This System Is Designed To Manually Dilate A Small Pupil With Greater Safety And Efficacy. The Bimanual Technique Maximizes Safety By Allowing The Iris Hooks To Be Advanced Parallel, Rather Than Perpendicular, To The Plane Of The Anterior Capsule, Thus Minimizing The Risk Of Inadvertent Capsule Tears. Pupil Stretching Is Also Maximized, With The Pupil Dilator (8-09133-A) Introduced Through The Phaco Incision And Stretching The Pupil Into A Cat's Eye Shape When The Push/Pull Mechanism Is Opened. The Side Port Pupil Dilator (8-09133-B), Introduced Through The Paracentesis, Then Pushes The Iris To The Opposite Side Of The Eye, Achieving An Equilateral Triangle And Maximal Three-Point Stretching. 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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