Instructions

Instructions for Non-Vacuum Donor Cornea Punch

When the punch is received it will be in a sterile pouch that is housed in a cardboard carton along with instructions and a marking pen. The punch top and bottom cutting block are separated by a ring that prevents the blade from contacting the block during shipment. The parts are held together with a...

Instructions for Barron Artificial Anterior Chamber

The Barron Artificial Anterior Chamber is comprised of three pieces: a base with a tissue pedestal, a tissue retainer and a locking ring. The base has two ports with silicone tubing, in-line pinch clamps, and female Luer Lok connectors. Either port may be used to inject or aspirate viscoelastic, balanced salt solution, or air beneath...

Instructions for Hessburg-Barron Vacuum Trephines

Hessburg-Barron Vacuum Trephine The Hessburg-Barron Vacuum Trephine is comprised of the trephine assembly, which is connected to a vacuum syringe via a small silicone tubing with a color-coded Luer-Lok hub. Codes can be found at the bottom of the page. The hub should not be disconnected, but if for some reason it is found necessary...

Instructions for Barron Radial Vacuum Trephines

The Barron Radial Vacuum trephine is comprised of the trephine assembly, which is connected with small silicone tubing to a vacuum syringe via a color-coded Luer-Lok hub. Codes can be found at the bottom of the page. The hub should not be disconnected because the silicone tubing can be pinched when re-attaching the hub to...

Instructions for Barron Vacuum Donor Cornea Punches

When the punch is received it will be in a sterile tray sealed with a Tyvek lid. The sealed tray is housed in a cardboard carton along with printed instructions and a gentian violet marking pen. The tray contains a vacuum syringe, the cutting block and top blade assembly, and a seating ring. Barron Vacuum...