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  • Maximal Ingenuity for Minimal Incision. Part 2.
    March 11, 2022
    Maximal Ingenuity for Minimal Incision. Part 2.

    We continue the topic of evolution of cataract surgery and its impact on the development of capsulorhexis forceps.In the previous post we observed the shift from 3.00 to 2.00 incision as the global tendency in cataract surgery. Now it’s time...

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  • Maximal Ingenuity for Minimal Incision. Part 1.
    March 11, 2022
    Maximal Ingenuity for Minimal Incision. Part 1.

    Let's take a look at how the evolution of cataract surgery entails the evolution of capsulorhexis forceps’ design and promotes the development of new solutions, aimed at optimization of the process. This post will demonstrate the diversity of capsulorhexis forceps...

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  • DMEK trends. Scooba vs Injection.
    March 11, 2022
    DMEK trends. Scooba vs Injection.

    We would like to update conversation with Dr. Abdullayev, MD, MBA, CEBT, Manager of Clinical Development and Innovations at Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research, Inc., USA. Today the discussion will be focused on DMEK issues and instruments developed for this...

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  • Advanced marking of DMEK and DSAEK grafts.
    March 11, 2022
    Advanced marking of DMEK and DSAEK grafts.

    We keep on communicating with Dr. Abdullayev, MD, MBA, CEBT, Manager of Clinical Development and Innovations at Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research, Inc., USA. Today  we will go deeper into graft management and discuss graft marking and tools designed to...

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  • New trends in implantation of DSAEK grafts in the USA.
    March 11, 2022
    New trends in implantation of DSAEK grafts in the USA.

    We continue conversation with Dr. Abdullayev, MD, MBA, CEBT, Manager of Clinical Development and Innovations at Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research, Inc., USA. This column will be dedicated to graft management. Dr. Abdullayev, please share the trends in the implantation...

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  • Meet RUMEX Flushing System for microinvasive tips!
    March 11, 2022
    Meet RUMEX Flushing System for microinvasive tips!

    For manufacturers of ophthalmic tools the working tip of vitreoretinal and microinvasive instruments is among the most difficult jobs to perform. Not only it has to be reliable, precise, sharp, etc. despite its tiny size; we also have to make...

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  • The dangers of sterilization
    March 11, 2022
    The dangers of sterilization

    You may believe that sterilization affects primarily medical aspects of ophthalmic instrument usage. It is a fact, insufficient sterilization may lead to complicated or even tragic outcomes, but from instrument manufacturer’s point of view, it is just a part of...

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  • Appearance test
    March 11, 2022
    Appearance test

    Not only you but also our instruments will have no second chance to make the first impression. Our instruments just have to look perfect in design, workmanship, finishing, coating, marking, whatever you can see before you begin using it. No,...

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  • How we test instruments.
    March 11, 2022
    How we test instruments.

    The idea of comparative tests is similar to well-known tests of car tires, computers, or shampoos.To start the test we buy a dozen of instruments from various competitors from A-brands such as Katena or Storz or ASICO through less known...

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