The Moria retinal forceps are ophthalmic single use forceps made of both materials : austenistic alloy for the active part and a plastic handle.
The ergonomic design with a dual side actuation mechanism. The blunt active part brings more precision during vitreoretinal surgeries.
The retinal forceps have a progressive closing shape, which is atraumatic and safe for the membrane.
The Retinal forceps are used to grasp and peel membrane during vitreoretinal surgeries.
A vitrectomy is a type of eye surgery to treat various problems with the retina and vitreous. The most common reasons vitreoretinal eye surgery is performed include1:
• Diabetic retinopathy: Complication of diabetes that damages blood vessels in the retina.
• Macular holes: Age-related condition in which the vitreous shrinks and pulls the retina, tearing a hole in a section called the macula
• Retinal detachments or tears: Tears in the retina or separation of the retina from the back of the eye.
• Retinopathy of prematurity: Eye disorder of the retina that primarily affects premature babies. Because the retina is not fully developed.