Monday, August 20, 2012
Composites by Moria offer performance equivalent to the best conventional, all-metal instruments -- for which the company is renowned -- at startlingly attractive prices.
Moria’s new range of high quality, reusable ophthalmic instruments feature tips of surgical steel surrounded by durable handles fabricated from the composite polymer PEEK. This advanced material is known for its robustness and has been used in demanding applications in the medical implant and aerospace industries.
Like all fine instruments, Composites are subject to bending and can be damaged if misused or dropped. But unlike conventional instruments, Composites are priced at a level that allows the instruments simply to be discarded and readily replaced from inventory whenever necessary. The expense and administrative burden of repairs are eliminated -- and with spares readily available, there is less chance that patient flow will be disrupted due to lost or damaged instruments. Sold in the US in packs of six, Composites by Moria include the instrument designs most commonly used in cataract and corneal surgery, and future additions are planned.
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Moria introduces a new range of ophthalmic surgical instruments