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VITREORETINAL GASES AND DEVICES
I-SPAN INTRAOCULAR GASES.

Ideal for hospital and office-based pneumo procedures. Medical-grade C3F8 and SF6 multi-dose cylinders with 20 g volume provide ideal quantity for small and medium surgery volumes while minimizing start-up costs. Download the Introcular Gases Brochure >

C3F8 (Perfluoropropane)
Reorder No: TR9089
Volume: 20g Cylinder
Purity: >99.8% (medical-grade)
Includes 30 post-surgery patient bracelets and information cards
Directions For Use >
MSDS >
Post-Surgery Patient Information >
SF6 (Sulfur Hexafluoride)
Reorder No: TR9088
Volume: 20g Cylinder
Purity: >99.99% (medical-grade)
Includes 30 post-surgery patient bracelets and information cards
Directions For Use >
MSDS >
Post-Surgery Patient Information >
Regulator
Reorder No: TR9085
Medical-grade regulator, displays cylinder pressure and facilitates controlled gas dispensing
Directions For Use >
Cylinder Stand
Reorder No: TR9066
Stainless steel wide-based stand provides upright use of cylinder and prevents tipping
 
EASY AND
ACCURATE
GAS-MIXING.

Join the multitude of retinal surgeons and nurses who avoid confusion and  guesswork in the OR and ensure accurate mixing of gas by using the Sonomed Escalon Universal Gas Mixing Kit.

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EASY AND
ACCURATE
GAS-MIXING.

Join the multitude of retinal surgeons and nurses who avoid confusion and  guesswork in the OR and ensure accurate mixing of gas by using the Sonomed Escalon Universal Gas Mixing Kit.

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Universal Gas Kit
Reorder No: TR9060-61
10 Kits per Box
Sterile
Includes 3-way stopcock for drawing of gas or air, 0.2 micron filters for gas and/or air, and 60cc syringe pre-marked with mixture percentages
Directions For Use >
PNEUMATIC RETINOPEXY PEARLS.

Click here to watch this Retina Today video on EyeTube in which Efrem Mandelcorn, MD, FRCSC, DBO, sits down with Drs. Richard Kaiser and Jonathan Prenner to discuss pneumatic retinopexy. Dr. Mandelcorn shares examples of complications he has encountered while using this procedure and provides advice on how to manage similar cases and achieve optimum patient outcomes.

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VISCOUS FLUID DELIVERY.

Cannulas, lenses, and procedure packs. Download the Viscous Fluid Delivery Brochure >

Viscous Fluid Cannula
Reorder No: TR9849-51
Sterile, Single-Use
3 Cannulas per Box
4 mm beveled tip infusion cannula treated for high-pressure, ideal for injection of silcone oil and other viscous fluids, as well as routine saline infusion. Flanged cannula designed to easily suture in place.
Directions For Use >
Irrigating Contact Lens
Reorder No: TR9840-11 (Flat)
                       TR9841-11 (Minus)
Sterile, Single-Use
Sold Individually
Ideal for use during silicone oil procedures, irrigating contact lens enables visualization of surgical field while ensuring proper irrigation of cornea and orbit. Single-use lens convenient requiring no oil clean up.
Directions For Use >
Viscous Fluid Pack
Reorder No: TR8170-11
Sterile, Single-Use
10 Packs per Box
For injection and aspiration of silicone oil and other viscous fluids. Connects to Sonomed Escalon Viscous Fluid System, Trek VFI-10, Richard James FTS-50 and FTS-100 systems, Greishaber VIS, and others (adapters for connection to other systems available). Pack includes 10cc syringe with pressure-tested tubing and adapters, stainless steel cannula, and Teflon cannula. 0.2 micron filter included to maintain sterile field.
Directions For Use >
OTHER INSTRUMENTS.
Iris Suture Device
Reorder No: TR9921
Sterile, Single-Use
10 Devices per Box
Convenient tool for performing suture technique for iris retraction.
Directions For Use >
Tornambe Level
Reorder No: TR9049-11
Non-Sterile
10 Levels per Pack
Developed by Paul Tornambe, MD, this convenient level aids in communicating and providing feedback to the patient to ensure proper positioning of the head following insertion of gas bubble.
Directions For Use >