Moria introduces single-use cataract instruments

September 16, 2008

The "One" range of single-use ophthalmic instruments has been introduced by Moria. The range comprises instruments commonly used during cataract surgery; instruments are available individually, or as part of a custom pack.

The "One" range of single-use ophthalmic instruments has been introduced by Moria. The range comprises instruments commonly used during cataract surgery; instruments are available individually, or as part of a custom pack.

Single use instrument ranges offer another option to surgeons who are seeking to decrease the incidence of postoperative surgical site infection.

The One range has been well received: doctors who have already used it have reported higher quality and greater precision than with reusable instrument packs.

The unveiling of the One range follows the introduction of the One Use-Plus SBK, a microkeratome with disposable heads and suction rings, which was designed to create corneal flaps of 100-microns for sub-Bowman's keratomileusis (SBK).

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