OCULAR SINGLE MIRROR GONIO
Small size gonio lens with one 62º degree mirror. Compact knurled ring simplifies 360º viewing of the anterior chamber angle.
OCULAR TWO MIRROR GONIO
Two opposing 62° mirrors provide a complete view of the anterior chamber angle with only a 180° lens rotation. Methylcellulose and no methylcellulose designs available
OCULAR THREE MIRROR UNIVERSAL
This classic "Goldmann" type lens has three mirrors angled at 59°, 67° and 73° to permit viewing of the fundus and anterior chamber angle. 36° of the posterior pole can be viewed through the center of the lens. Many heights and diameters are available.
OCULAR SUSSMAN FOUR MIRROR GONIO LENS
Four 64° mirrors for complete anterior chamber angle viewing with minimal lens rotation. Directly hand held for easy handling and stability.
OCULAR POSNER DIAGNOSTIC AND SURGICAL GONIOPRISM LENS WITH ERGONOMIC HANDLE
Ocular Instruments offers many lens styles that cater to your personal preference. Now our popular Posner and Sussman Four Mirror Gonio Lenses are available with Red, Blue, Green, Gold, Purple or traditional Black handles and rings.
OCULAR INDIRECT LENSES
All of our MaxLight and Maxfield 20 Diopter,78 Diopter, and 90 Diopter Indirect Lenses are now available with Red, Blue, Green, Gold, Purple or traditional Black holding
OCULAR ABRAHAM IRIDECTOMY
A 10mm diameter, 66D magnifying button in the anterior surface of the lens is positioned over the peripheral iris to give a clear view of the iridectomy site. Laser efficiency is increased compared with using no lens. The lens also helps stabilize the patient's eye and retains the eye lids
OCULAR MAINSTER PRP 165
Widest field of view available for panretinal photocoagulation. Unique optical design provides clear, bright image across the entire field. Light weight. Securefit™ flange for easy manipulation. High efficiency laserlight™ anti-reflective coating.
OCULAR MAINSTER (STANDARD) FOCAL/GRID
Designed for focal and grid laser treatment from the posterior pole to the mid-periphery. Excellent for diagnosis and treatment of macular edema, branch retinal vein occlusion, choroidal neovascularization in aging macular degeneration, and presumed ocular histoplasmosis. High resolution, high magnification image allows appreciation of subtle intra-retinal details and retinal thickening.
OCULAR HOSKING NYLON SUTURE
The Hoskins lens is designed for laser suture lysis after trabeculectomy or cataract surgery. The lens compresses conjunctival blood vessels and provides a clear view of the sutures. The flange holds the eye lid out of the way.
OCULAR INVERTER VITRECTOMY SYSTEM
Designed to work with all Zeiss, Zeiss type (Topcon, Moeller, etc) and Leica (Wild) microscopes. Easy to operate with steam sterilizable knob. Short profile for use with all fixed and inclinable eye pieces. No light loss in upright mode. Virtually no image shift when switching between upright and inverting modes. Crystal clear optics. Compatible with all wide angle inverting vitrectomy lenses. Available with Ocular Instruments steam autoclavable wide angle Vitrectomy lenses.
OCULAR 132D UPRIGHT VITRECTOMY LENS HOLDER
Ring holder for the Peyman-Wessls-Landers 132D Upright Vitrectomy Lens. Includes two adjustable links that snap onto the end of the slotted arm of the Surgical Viewing System.
OCULAR LANDERS WIDE ANGLE SURGICAL VIEWING SYSTEM
Non-contact vitrectomy system designed with a flexible arm for positioning wide angle lenses which easily swings in and out of the surgical field. The OSVS [clamps] attaches to the wrist rest or surgical bed, freeing the surgeon's hands and the assistant to perform tasks other than holding a lens. When used with the Upright Vitrectomy Lens, the system allows the surgeon to work in the vitreous with an upright, non-reversed image under panoramic conditions. Can also hold an indirect lens for use with separate inverter. During surgery, operative work is performed both outside and inside the globe. Using lenses with the OSVS enables the surgeon to move back and forth smoothly and quickly. More affordable than similar systems.