Sterile corneal burs for ophthalmology.
Prion transfer is considered a possible option in ophthalmology, which is why the Robert-Koch-Institute recommends reprocessing ophthalmic instruments with highly alkaline detergents, followed by steam sterilization.
That being said, the implementation of these recommendations can be a nightmare for many ophthalmologists. The provision of suitable reprocessing systems, the lengthy procedure and the required documentation are extremely costly and time-consuming.
This is now a thing of the past, thanks to the single-use corneal rust ring removers provided by Komet Medical which come in sterile packaging!
With these disposable high-quality instruments, you can effectively protect your patients by excluding the transfer of pathogens (prions, bacteria, viruses). And, best of all, no more tedious waiting – the instruments are always ready for use!
With the Komet Medical corneal rust ring removers, you can afford to forget about the reprocessing instructions and await inspections by the district government and health inspectors relaxed and with confidence.
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