IOL Injector Videos
Gilles Lesieur MD - Ergoject 1.8 with hydrophilic IOL
Dr. Gilles Lesieur was one of the first users using the one-handed screw injector Ergoject during surgeries. He implants a +25D hydrophobic preconditioned IOL with Ergoject 1.8.
José Güell MD - Ergoject 1.8 with hydrophobic IOL
Dr. José Güell implants a hydrophilic IOL using Ergoject 1.8.
Florian Sutter MD - Ergoject for every surgery
Dr. Florian Sutter only uses Ergoject for all his surgeries. He changed his technique and can now keep the irrigation in the eye with his free hand. By implanting under BSS instead of OVD, saves the time to aspirate OVD after implantation - every surgery.
Accuject Pro - preloaded solution
The Platform for preloaded hydrophobic and hydrophilic IOL. Bespoke adaptation, ready-to-use documentation, and packaging solutions enable IOL manufacturers to be on the market with a reliable premium solution within shortest period.
Prof. Tabatabay using Accuject in 1.6mm incision
Prof. Tabatabay uses Accuject 1.6 during cataract surgery with a standard hydrophilic MICS IOL. Using his specific 1.6mm scleral incision allows insertion of the cartridge tip even into the wound.
Accuject for 3-piece IOL
Accuject as 3P verison is designed to be used with 3-piece IOL for injection into the capsular bag or into the sulcus.
Viscoject Easy and Naviject
How to use Viscoject Easy and Naviject
Easy IOL loading even with complex haptic designs is the major benefit of Viscoject Easy. The enclosed loading block secure cartridge positioning during IOL loading. The cartridge can be easily inserted into the injector after loading while the IOL stay secured.
How to use Viscoject Bio
Viscoject Bio is widely known for its reliability and continous smooth injection. Engineered Biofilm coating technology allow cartridge sizes down to 1.6 enable full MICS compatibility with IOLs previously only implantable through 1.8mm incision.
Ophthalmic Surgical Instruments Videos
Dr. Lesieur's bimanual phaco tip
The special oval shape of the phaco tip is designed for smoother wound introduction and allows precise nucleus manipulation.
DMEK Injector Videos
Prof. F. Kruse - Endoject loading
Safe and easy graft loading of DMEK graft. The positioning of the graft towards intended injection position ensures the graft can be unfolded easier compared to flushing via glass-tube.
Prof. F. Kruse - bubble in the roll technique
Introducing the cartridge tip to oposite side of injection allows accurate injetion of DMEK graft. The specific bubble in the roll technique allows unfolding of the graft with minimal direct instrumental manipulation.