May 12, 2015
Malosa announce new 2015/2016 Ophthalmology Brochure
Malosa are pleased to announce their 2015/2016 Single-Use Ophthalmology Brochure. The brochure includes their complete range of single-use surgical instruments for all ophthalmic procedures.
New for 2015 is the introduction of Malosa Contour Clips, which can instantly convert any flat-handled Malosa instrument to round-handled, giving surgeons unrivalled adaptability and precision.
The brochure also showcases Malosa's new range of direct-action Capsulorhexis Forceps for sub 1.8mm micro-incision cataract surgery (MICS). Available as curved or straight shafts with Cystotome tips, the single-use capex forceps are the finest on the market.
Cutting-Edge corneal transplant surgery is also covered in the brochure with new instruments for DALK, DSAEK and DMEK procedures. Other single-use corneal instruments featured include those for corneal inlay's such as the KAMRA™ inlay from AcuFocus and Intrastromal corneal rings (Keraring/Ferrara Ring/Intacs).
Malosa continue to provide innovative solutions for cataract surgeons with an increased range of instruments developed specifically for femto-phaco procedures. The brochure also includes instruments for the removal of poorly positioned or dislocated IOLs developed alongside Professor David Spalton.
Malosa continue to develop innovative single-use solutions for groundbreaking refractive procedures including a hyperopic version of their successful Reinstein Lenticule Separator which was the first single-use instrument for the SMILE™ keyhole LASIK procedure, developed alongside Professor Dan Reinstein.
The brochure also contains sections for each aspect of Ophthalmic surgery including Oculoplastics, Strabismus, Sub-Tenons, Paediatric Ophthalmology, Lacrimal, Corneal Cross-Linking (CXL) and LASEK.
The release of the new brochure further reinforces Malosa's commitment to providing the highest quality single-use surgical instruments for ophthalmology. The printed brochure can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively; the PDF brochure is available as a digital download at www.malosa.com/downloads