Burs, Surgical, Eye, Corneal Abrasion
Definition : Surgical burs designed for abrasion of the cornea. They typically consist of a shank of steel or other hard metal with a well-differentiated diamond sphere at its working tip, a proximal end to fit into the rotary device, and a neck that connects the shank to the working part. Corneal abrasion burs are used to polish corneal scratches and/or the pterygium bed after surgical removal and/or abrasion of lid margin lesions. These burs are intended for use with a special slow-rotation electrically powered ophthalmic device (e.g., an ophthalmic electric spud).
Entry Terms : "Corneal Abrasion Burs" , "Diamond Rotary Instruments"
UMDC code : 21382
Bovie Medical Corp
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Fortrad Eye Instruments
GrohnFortrad Eye Instruments was founded in 1982 by Karl and Inge Grohn with the goal of providing high-quality-at-low-prices products. For over a quarter of a century, Fortrad has helped many US, Canadian, and worldwide customers reduce their costs without any quality sacrifice.
Katena Products Inc
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Welch Allyn Latinoamerica
At Welch Allyn we specialize in helping doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers across the globe provide the best patient care by developing innovative products, breakthrough technologies, and cutting-edge solutions that help them see more patients, detect more conditions, and improve more lives. We have been a leader in the healthcare industry since our humble start in 1915; we set medical industry standards in the 1920's, we were the first to use fiber optics in medical instruments in the 1960's, and our innovation continues in the 21st century.