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VISTHESIA

Product ID: 000000-1833-943
From ZEISS

The pain relief OVD

VISTHESIA® is the first and only OVD that offers an ophthalmic 
viscoelastic and an ancillary anaesthetic combined; providing more
comfort for your patient, especially during prolonged procedures.

VISTHESIA Topical
> The ancillary lidocaine ensures comfort for the patient at the start of surgery
> The preoperative topical application with sodium hyaluronate
> coats and hydrates the epithelial cells, to support clear vision into the eye
> minimizes the need for additional hydration during surgery

VISTHESIA Intracameral cohesive OVD
> Maintains anterior chamber space
> Provides endothelial protection and pupil dilation
for routine or complex cataract cases
> Ensures even dispersion of lidocaine throughout the eye to all tissue
> Precise delivery of 1% lidocaine combined into one step saves
time and preparation of a separate intracameral anesthetic

A$ 80.00  Excl. GST
Description

VISTHESIA – The pain relief OVD

> VISTHESIA includes topical and intracameral solutions in the same package. 
> VISTHESIA topical for protection and hydration of the cornea contains sodium hyaluronate 0.3% and lidocaine hydrochloride 2.0%. 
> VISTHESIA intracameral is available in two sodium hyaluronate concentrations: 1.5% and 1.0% – both combined with lidocaine hydrochloride 1.0%.

Technical Data
  Topical ampules
Origin Bacterial Fermentation
Substance Sodium Hyaluronate (NaHA)
Concentration 0.3% NaHA, 2.0% lidocaine
Volume 2 ampules of 0.3 ml
  Intracameral syringe
Behavior Cohesive
Origin Bacterial Fermentation
Substance Sodium Hyaluronate (NaHA)
Concentration 1.0% NaHA, 1.0% lidocaine
Volume 1 syringe of 0.8 ml
pH 6.8 - 7.6
Osmolality 280 - 330 mOsmol/kg
Molecular weight* 2,900,000 Da
Pseudoplasticity index 58
Zero-shear viscosity Avg. 63,000 mPa.s
CDI -
Cannula 27 G
Storage 2 - 8 °C
Standard delivery package
Packaging 1 box of VISTHESIA 1.0% contains: 1 x intracameral syringe, 2 x topical ampules, 1 x 27G cannula
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