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Needles, Injection, Hypodermic, Ophthalmic

Definition : Hypodermic needles designed for injection of fluids into eye tissues. These devices typically consist of tapered-tip, small-diameter (20 gauge tapered to 30 gauge is typical) needles, either straight or curved. Ophthalmic injection needles for use in specific regions of the eye, such as subretinal or vitreoretinal injections, are available.

Entry Terms : "Needles, Ophthalmic" , "Ophthalmic Needles" , "Eye Needles" , "Needles, Eye"

UMDC code : 20201

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Accutome Inc

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Eagle Laboratories

Company Type: Parent

Eagle Labs was founded in 1988. Our manufacturing facilities and corporate offices are located in Southern California. Our commitment at Eagle Labs remains the same as it has been for over 20 years. We continually strive to offer high quality and cost-effective Single-Use Medical Devices to the Ophthalmic Medical Community. We proudly distribute our products for surgery throughout the world and support those healthcare professionals who have dedicated their time and efforts to improve quality of sight and life for everyone.

MSI Precision Instruments

Company Type: Parent

At MSI Precision we are able to cross-reference all manufacturers product numbers and offer: 30-Day Comparison

Rhein Medical

Company Type: Parent

Rhein Medical is dedicated to the design, development, manufacture, and worldwide distribution of unique, innovative and specialized hand-held ophthalmic surgical instruments of the highest quality.

Rumex International Co

Company Type: Parent

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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