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Golf Club Spud Features:
Manufactured using high grade, surgical stainless steel, and CE stamped.
The design of this instrument has been optimized to assist in removing almost all foreign material from the ocular surface.
The tip has been designed to aid in removing symptomatic concretions from the tarsal conjunctiva.
Flat, serrated handle for easy use.
Lacrimal Cannula Features:
Assists in irrigating the nasolacrimal system.
Double Ended Lacrimal Dilator Features:
One end with needlepoint and the other with a medium taper.
Used to dilate or distend an opening or an organ.
Jewelers Forceps Features:
Great for removing small objects on the corneal epithelium.
Double Ended Scleral Depressor Features:
Used for controlling eye position.
In operation, the blade is manipulated by the operator to depress the sclera of a patient's eye for either rotation or immobilization of the globe of the eye during an examination.
The instrument is comprised of a handle, with a pocket clip, attached to the blade at an offset angle to facilitate manipulation of the blade from a position that leaves the field substantially clear for simultaneous use of other instruments, such as an Ophthalmoscope or BIO.
Algerbrush with .5mm Burr Features:
Used by Ophthalmologists, ER Physicians, and in many states, Optometrists who are trained and licensed to remove foreign bodies from the eye of a patient.
Foreign bodies in the eye can leave rust rings when removed- these rust rings are normally caused by a ferrous foreign body accidentally striking the cornea or sclera of the patient. When the foreign body (usually from a spark produced by a grinding wheel or welding torch) strikes the eye, it sticks to the eye and eventually produces rust when combined with the moisture in the eye.
Algerbrush is used for the expressed purpose of removing these rust rings from the eye of a patient.