Alcohol Wells

Alcohol Wells
Alcohol Wells are designed for retaining alcohol solution on the corneal epitheliumin. The alcohol solution is added to the eyes in order to loosen the edges. Once it is sufficiently loosened, the eye surgeon would pull back the flap after which the laser would then be fired into the eye, just like in LASIK surgery. Once this is done, the surgeon would add eye drops to rewet the eye, smoothen the eye and then replace the epithelial flap back onto the eye.
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Camellin style Lasek trephine, double-ended, 8mm trephine with 8.5mm well
Reference ID: 2472I
Product ID: 2472I
Camellin style Lasek trephine, double-ended, 8mm trephine with 8.5mm well
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Camellin style Lasek trephine, double-ended, 8mm trephine with 8.5mm well
Reference ID: 2473I
Product ID: 2473I
Camellin style Lasek trephine, double-ended, 9mm trephine with 9.5mm well
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Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 8.0mm
Reference ID: 2466I
Product ID: 2466I
Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 8.0mm - For retaining alcohol solution on the corneal epithelium
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Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 8.5mm
Reference ID: 2467I
Product ID: 2467I
Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 8.5mm - For retaining alcohol solution on the corneal epithelium
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Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 9.5mm
Reference ID: 2468I
Product ID: 2468I
Camellin style Lasik alcohol well, 9.5mm - For retaining alcohol solution on the corneal epithelium
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