The Kitaro ComboLab Kit, including both DryLab and WetLab items, is an innovative training tool for surgeons, which allows them to practice cataract surgery using artificial, yet realistic nuclei and lenses. The kits allow for repetitive practice of both manual instrumentation (DryLab setting) and machine operation (WetLab setting).
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Phakic IOL technique practice thanks to the Kitaro ComplexLab 1 kit. The Kitaro Kits have been created with the learning surgeon in mind. They include both wet and dry lab settings allowing repeated practice without cumbersome and costly preparation.
ECCE & PCRM technique practice thanks to the Kitaro ComplexLab 2 kit. The Kitaro Kits have been created with the learning surgeon in mind. They include both wet and dry lab settings allowing repeated practice without cumbersome and costly preparation.
Mini-Monoka® is the gold standard for canalicular repair. It consists of a 40 mm silicone tube with a plug-like fixation head. Its special design effectively treat canalicular lacerations involving the external 2/3 of one canaliculus.
FCI Bioceramic orbital implants have become the new standard in orbital implant material. These implants have an improved vascularization structure over other existing alternatives, allowing for quick fibrovascularization.
Ritleng®+ is FCI latest autostable bicanalicular nasolacrimal intubation consisting of a silicone tube connected at each extremity to a PEEK thread guide to reduce operating time and trauma for the patients. The intubation is self-retaining thanks to two wider silicone portions on the silicone tube. The surgical procedure is similar to the conventional Ritleng® lacrimal intubation and involves the use of Ritleng® instruments.
The wrapping technique consists to wrap a bioceramic orbital implant with a resorbable mesh. This procedure facilitates both placement of the orbital implant into the eye socket and also muscles suturing. Additionally, the wrapping technique takes a few minutes to perform and avoid the use of donor material.