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Rumex: The Leading Provider of Microsurgery Instruments

Rumex is the leading provider of Ophthalmic & Microsurgical instruments. We provide toric markers, corneal forceps, tenotomy scissors, sterilization trays, vitreoretinal instruments and more.

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Your Cataract Instrument Checklist

As may already be evident at your own practice, patients are developing cataracts at younger ages. In turn, the demand for cataract surgery is increasing.  This has made cataract surgeries one of the most basic, sought-after eye surgeries out there, which means that practically all ophthalmologists conduct them in high numbers. This makes remaining competitive more challenging, and begs the question: Why not set your practice apart with the help of quality cataract surgery instruments that offer exceptional precision and ergonomic handling?

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Biometry-Based Concentric Tubes Robot for Vitreoretinal Surgery

Abstract—Vitreoretinal surgery requires dexterous manoeu-vres of tiny surgical tools in the confined cavity of the human eye through incisions made on the sclera. The fulcrum effect stemming from these incisions limits the safely reachable intra-ocular workspace and may result in scleral stress and collision with the intraocular lens. This paper proposes a concentric tube robot for panretinal interventions without risking scleral or lens damage.

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The Necessity of Ongoing Ophthalmic Education

As a practicing ophthalmologist, we know you've survived years upon years of intense undergraduate and graduate training. You've no doubt worked hard for your doctoral degree and are well-deserving of your successes. It's therefore likely that the last thing on your "to-do" list is to complete even more education and training, on top of running your practice.

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How Can Ophthalmologists Improve Cataract Surgeries?

Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly-performed ophthalmic procedures. Every year, approximately 10 million individuals around the world undergo cataract surgery. While the prevalence of this operation has afforded many ophthalmologists the opportunity to gain experience and confidence, there are still always opportunities to improve surgical performance.

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Improving Patient Satisfaction at your Ophthalmology Practice

How satisfied are patients of your ophthalmology practice? The answer to this question is an important one, and will continue to be so in the coming years. Despite what we know about expected increases in the number of ophthalmology patients, ophthalmologists won't be able to benefit from this influx without continuing to improve patient satisfaction. 

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How Can Ophthalmologists Adapt to Treating More Patients?

You may have noticed an influx in patients at your ophthalmology practice over the course of the last year; wait times may have increased in length, more surgeries may be scheduled, and new patients are likely arriving at a faster pace.

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The Importance of Quality Eye Instruments for Ethical Ophthalmology

As an ophthalmologist, you know that your credibility as a medical professional depends upon more than just your knowledge and skill set. Like any professional in a service field, you're also evaluated on your ability to make ethical decisions. While we may typically think of ethics as involving doctor-patient confidentiality, an ethical ophthalmology practice is also one that consistently relies on the best surgical tools and equipment available.

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The Importance of Keeping a Well-Stocked Office

What makes an ophthalmological practice successful? Some may say the quality of the professionals at work, others may point to the use of advanced technologies, while others would argue that strong patient-client relationships are what makes or breaks a practice. We agree that each of these factors contribute to success, but would add that an effective ophthalmological practice is also one that always takes time to pay attention to the little things, such as keeping a well-stocked office. 

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Experience of application of diamond knives in ophthalmic surgery by Dr. Pablo Luis Daponte

Eye surgery is an accumulation of small, well-conducted steps.  In order to advance in this kind of surgery, we need to train ourselves for many years, managing to dominate our instruments, to have confidence and safety so that these steps allow us to go onto the next ones.

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