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Long-term tamponades

Silicone oils and gases

Densiron Xtra

  • Unique molecular design
  • Heavier than water
  • Extremely high resistance to emulsification
  • Ideal for inferior pathologies
  • 25G compatible
  • In syringes

Flyer Densiron Xtra

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Densiron 68

  • Increased density of 1.06 g/cm3 for efficient tamponade of the retina
  • Pure physical mixture of two intensively researched and CE certified liquid implants (F6H8® and Siluron® 5000)
  • Medium viscosity of 1400 mPas without increased dispersion tendency
  • Easy application and removal of the endo tamponade
  • Long shelf life even at low temperatures (no phase separation to 2°C)
  • The resting time of Densiron® 68, apart from eyes with complicated initial situation, must be kept as short as possible and limited to a maximum of 3 months
  • In vials or syringes

Flyer Densiron 68

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Siluron XTRA

  • High emulsification resistance
  • Short injection time
  • Good long-term tolerance
  • Excellent chemical purity
  • In syringes

Brochure Siluron Oils

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Siluron 1000

  • For prolonged retinal tamponade after successful retinal attachment
  • Highly purified
  • Terminally sterilized
  • In vials or syringes

Brochure Siluron Oils

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Siluron 2000

  • High emulsification resistance
  • Short injection time
  • Good long-term tolerance
  • Excellent chemical purity
  • In syringes

Brochure Siluron Oils

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Siluron 5000

  • Used for prolonged retinal tamponade after successful retinal attachment
  • Highly purified
  • Terminally sterilized
  • In vials or syringes

Brochure Siluron Oils

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Gases

  • Quick and easy application through sterile pre-filled system
  • Safe use because of precise, non-expansive mixture ratio in each syringe
  • No risk of incorrect selection due to the colour coding of the three different gases

Flyer Gases

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