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Single Use Soft-Tipped Injector

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The Single Use Soft-Tipped Injector is a Rayner designed and manufactured single-use injector, for implantation of all Rayner injectable IOLs.

Detailed Product Information

Soft-Tipped Injector features and Benefits

• Uniquely designed loading bay with an extension "lip" to facilitate loading.
• Soft plunger tip completely fills the nozzle and offers a soft protective interface with the IOL.
• Designed to allow delivery of the IOL directed into the capsular bag through a 2.8mm or greater incision. *
• Syringe-style design for single-handed technique for smooth IOL delivery with predictable and efficient insertion, ensuring consistent IOL implantations.
• Sterile Single-Use, ready to use. Quality Rayner design for safe and reliable IOL implantations.

* Incision size is always subject to surgeons techniques and corneal elasticity.

Soft-Tipped Injector Technical Specification

Soft-Tipped Injector is approved for all Rayner IOLs. Nozzle tip diameter: 2.0mm

Soft-Tipped Injector Presentation

 

Product Name

Model No.

Presentation

 

Single Use Soft-Tipped Injector

STW01

Individually packed Sterile Single-Use injector

Soft-Tipped Injector Regulatory, Cautions and Indications

Single Use Soft-Tipped Injector is cleared for sale in the United States of America

CAUTION: Federal U.S law restricts this device to the sale by, or on the order of a physician.

INDICATIONS: The Rayner Single Use Soft-Tipped Injector (Model R-INJ-04 and STW01) is intended to be used to compress and insert into the capsular bag only those intraocular lenses that allow the use of the injector in their approved labelling.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Apart from non-specific contraindications related to any form of ocular surgery, and in addition to the contraindications for the lens model being injected, the following contraindications must be respected:

1. Vitreous in the anterior chamber.
2. Zonular insufficiency.

ATTENTION: Reference the Instructions for Use labelling for a complete listing of Indications and precautions.