Why our shooters are at the cutting edge of Ophthalmic Surgery
SUPERIOR PATIENT COMFORT Due to advances in “MICS” techniques, sub-micro-incisions of less than 2 mm mean increased surgical control and lower complication rates, which, in turn, result in superior patient comfort and speedier recovery.
ACCURATE IOL’S INSERTION The shooters, in conjunction with all O&O Mdc cartridges ensures the accuracy of the IOL’s insertion during injection.
HYDRAULIC EFFECT This system uses a hydraulic effect. The viscoelastic solution drives the IOL with the elastomer stopper through the entire cartridge in one uniform fluid motion. The hydraulic pressure guarantees smooth, precise and completely controlled movement of the IOL through the cartridge.
DIRECT IOL INJECTION This enables the surgeon to direct the IOL injection via a microincision of only 1.4 mm – 2.6 mm (EasyShooter, ClipShooter) and 1.8 mm – 2.6 mm (OneShooter) depending on the cartridge type and whether the surgical technique used is docking or traditional.
A WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT Truly a wonderful improvement on previous methods. The O&O Mdc IOL Delivery System is fully compatible for use with all one piece hydrophilic and hydrophobic acrylic IOLs, including those specifically designed for the “MICS” sub-2-mm microincision techniques.
EASYSHOOTER SINGLE-USE HYDRAULIC IOL INJECTOR
CLIPSHOOTER SINGLE-USE HYDRAULIC IOL INJECTOR
ONESHOOTER SINGLE-USE HYDRAULIC IOL INJECTOR
HOW TO | TUTORIAL
Insert the lens with appropriate method into the cartridge barrel and close the “click”-fastened flaps.
Hold the cartridge by the “click”-fastened flaps and insert it into the injector body.
Lubricate the entrance of the cartridge barrel with viscoelastic, and/or coat the elastomer stopper.
Avoid IOL dehydration and subsequent cartridge damage by keeping the IOL folded in the cartridge for less than one minute.
As in Fig.1, gently push the injector stopper until it touches the viscoelastic and the IOL.
Apply slight pressure to glide the viscoelastic and the IOL into the cartridge barrel and observe the lens through the translucent injector body.
As in Fig. 2, drive the IOL through the cartridge funnel. Insert the cartridge tip in the incision towards the capsulorhexis.
As in Fig. 3, deliver the IOL into the patient’s eye by applying an even pressure on the push button. Push the lens through slowly and monitor the release of the IOL from the cartridge carefully, finishing before the yellow elastomer stopper reaches the end of the cartridge tip.