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Punches, Surgical, Eye, Corneoscleral, Bench-Mounted

Definition : Corneoscleral eye surgery punches designed to excise a segment (frequently in the form of a disc) from scleral or corneal grafts previously taken from (cadaver) donors. These punches are typically sturdy bench-mounted structures with a manual sliding mechanism that can be operated using a set of interchangeable cutting tips of different sizes and diameters (i.e., the punching mechanism) and a cutting block for the corneoscleral graft. Corneoscleral punching units are used mainly to shape graft implants to an appropriate size during or before surgery.

UMDC code : 22716


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Bausch & Lomb Surgical Inc

Bausch + Lomb is solely dedicated to protecting and enhancing the gift of sight for millions of people around the world – from the moment of birth through every phase of life. Our mission is simple yet powerful: Helping you see better to live better.

Jedmed Instrument Co

At JEDMED, a premier medical and dental instrument and equipment company, the quality products and reliable service we provide allow us to meet the needs of the world's most discriminating medical professionals. We are a leading provider of advanced medical equipment for practitioners in the areas of ENT, Ophthalmology, and Telemedicine.

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