Bausch + Lomb Storz Ophthalmic Instruments has expanded its vitreoretinal instrumentation with the introduction of StableGrip Vitreoretinal Instruments in the US.
The new StableGrip Vitreoretinal Handle features a contoured, titanium handle for lightweight balance and tactile control.
The squeeze handle mechanism has been designed to activate compatible vitreoretinal tips with fingertip rotation control designed for accurate tip alignment.
The new hub design incorporates a compact configuration that is designed to provide comfort and control to the surgeon.
In addition, the hubs feature a color-coding system to indicate the instrument’s gauge size and tip design.
The StableGrip collection includes five vitreoretinal forceps and two vitreoretinal scissors, each available in 23- and 25-gauge options.
The available tip configurations include: Micro Pic Forceps, Asymmetrical Peeling Forceps, ILM Forceps, Endgripping Forceps, Micro Forceps, Vertical Scissors and Curved Scissors.
Further, E2428 Awh Sutureless Sclerotomy Guide is designed to allow the surgeon to perform conjunctival displacement, conjunctival marking, scleral flattening and cannula stabilization with a single instrument.
It features a textured bottom for atraumatic conjunctival displacement as well as 3.0 and 4.0 mm marks on the top of the guide to facilitate measuring the entry location.
A notch is provided to engage and stabilize the cannula hub during plug placement ane instrument can also be used to flatten the sclera during sclerotomy wound construction and is designed to create a longer and more watertight wound.