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Steriseal

Lacrimal Surgery

Nasolacrimal Intubation Sets

Indications: Nasal bicanalicular intubation is indicated in treatments of epiphora particlarly in cases of: Canalicular pathologies (stenosis obstruction, lacerations) Dacryocystorhinostomy Imperforation of the nasolacrimal duct in the infant. Steriseal bicanalicular intubation sets. Both have smooth, atraumatic connections between the silicone tubing and flexinle metal-alloy probes.

 

Supplied in easy to open inner blister packs Intubation sets are supplied in boxes of five. Single-use, sterile and inspected by Steriseals Quality Control to ensure every item meets the highest standards of consistency and finish.

 

Lacrimal Irrigating Cannulae

Steriseal lacrimal cannula combine strength and flexibity during probing procedures, precision formed distal tip minimise trauma allowing easy access to the canaliculus. Single-use, sterile and inspected by Steriseals Quality Control to ensure every item meets the highest standards of consistency and finish.

 

 

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Page Updated: 10 DECEMBER 2013