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Intracorneal Ring Implants

Definition : Ophthalmic implants designed to flatten the anterior corneal curvature without disturbing the visual axis via insertion in a surgically created (i.e., intrastomal) channel. These implants may consist of open-ended plastic rings with outer and inner diameters of about 8 and 6.8 mm, respectively, or more frequently, of two separate, 150-degree, plastic ring-segment inserts that can be implanted away from the radial incision to minimize complications and that are available in several sizes (typically from 0.25 to 0.35 mm); the devices are inserted in holes made in the cornea using a diamond knife or lasers. Intracorneal rings and/or ring segments are intended to correct mild and moderate myopia; ring segments are also used in the treatment of irregular astigmatism that is the result of keratoconus, especially in patients who cannot use contact lenses.

Entry Terms : "Intracorneal Implants, Ring" , "Corneal Ring Segments" , "Intracorneal Ring Segments (ICRS)" , "Intracorneal Implants" , "Intracorneal Rings" , "Eye Implants" , "Intrastromal Corneal Rings" , "Corneal Rings" , "Rings"

UMDC code : 18103

   

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National Ophthalmics Corp

National Ophthalmics Corporation ("NOC") was founded to provide experienced technical support for the sale and service of ophthalmic equipment. After acquiring substantially all of the assets of the RH Burton Company, including an inventory of replacement parts, and new and used equipment, "NOC" immediately contracted with key personnel to maintain the continuity of service excellence RH Burton delivered for 65 years.

OPHTEC bv

OPHTEC bv

OPHTEC USA Inc

OPHTEC is continuously setting trends in ophthalmic surgical product innovation thanks to its close contact with internationally leading ophthalmic surgeons and its own ophthalmic clinic.

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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