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GRIESHABER® Asymmetrical Forceps, DSP

Through every phase of the design and manufacturing process, Grieshaber's unwavering commitment to quality ensures that our single-use instruments perform at the highest level in every case. The GRIESHABER® Asymmetrical Forceps, DSP are designed to meet your needs when encountering fine membranes. The product is available in 23G, 25G, and 25+® series and is available in our GRIESHABER REVOLUTION® DSP Style with 360° activation as well as Advanced DSP Tips. Contact your Alcon vitreoretinal sales manager for a product evaluation today.

GRIESHABER® Asymmetrical Forceps, DSP

GRIESHABER® Asymmetrical Forceps, DSP

Features

GRIESHABER® DSP instrumentation designed for fine membrane cases during ALCON® MIVS:

  • Excellent grasping properties for fine membranes
  • Tip angle conforms to the retina for better visualization while grasping tissue
  • Tip may be used as a pik
  • Available in 23G, 25G, and 25+® series

GRIESHABER® DSP

GRIESHABER REVOLUTION® DSP Disposable Forceps
  • 706.45 - 23G GRIESHABER REVOLUTION® DSP | 6/box | positive
  • 705.45 - 25G GRIESHABER REVOLUTION® DSP | 6/box | positive
  • 705.45P - 25+® GRIESHABER REVOLUTION® DSP | 6/box | positive
GRIESHABER® Advanced DSP Tip Disposable Forceps
  • 723.45 - 23G Advanced DSP Tip | 6/box | positive
  • 725.45 - 25G Advanced DSP Tip | 6/box | positive
  • 725.45P - 25+® Advanced DSP Tip | 6/box | positive
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GRIESHABER® DSP Combined+

GRIESHABER® DSP Combined

Indications for Use: The CONSTELLATION® Vision System is an ophthalmic microsurgical system that is indicated for both anterior segment (i.e., phacoemulsification and removal of cataracts) and posterior segment (i.e., vitreoretinal) ophthalmic surgery.

GRIESHABER® DSP instruments are a line of single-use vitreoretinal micro-instruments which are used in ophthalmic surgery, for cases either in the anterior or the posterior segment. The GRIESHABER® Advanced Backflush Handles DSP are a family of instruments for fluid and gas handling in vitreoretinal surgery.

Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by, or on the order of, a physician.

Warnings and Precautions: CONSTELLATION® Vision System

  • The disposables used in conjunction with ALCON® instrument products constitute a complete surgical system. Use of disposables and handpieces other than those manufactured by Alcon may affect system performance and create potential hazards.
  • Attach only consumables supplied by Alcon to console and cassette luer fittings. Do not connect consumables to the patient's intravenous connections.
  • Mismatch of consumable components and use of settings not specifically adjusted for a particular combination of consumable components may create a patient hazard.
  • Vitreous traction has been known to create retinal tears and retinal detachments.
  • The closed loop system of the CONSTELLATION® Vision System that adjusts IOP cannot replace the standard of care in judging IOP intraoperatively. If the surgeon believes that the IOP is not responding to the system settings and is dangerously high or low, this may represent a system failure. Note: To ensure proper IOP Compensation calibration, place infusion tubing and infusion cannula on a sterile draped tray at mid-cassette level during the priming cycle.
  • Leaking sclerotomy may lead to post operative hypotony.

Warnings and Precautions: GRIESHABER® DSP Instruments

  • Potential risk from reuse or reprocessing GRIESHABER® DSP instruments include: foreign particle introduction to the eye; reduced cutting or grasping performance; path leaks or obstruction resulting in reduced fluidics performance.
  • Verify correct tip attachment, function and tip actuation before placing it into the eye for surgery.
  • For light fiber instruments: Minimize light intensity and duration of exposure to the retina to reduce risk of retinal photic injury. The light fiber instruments are designed for use with an ALCON® illumination source.
  • Good clinical practice dictates the testing for adequate irrigation and aspiration flow prior to entering the eye. If stream of fluid is weak or absent, good fluidics response will be jeopardized.
  • Use appropriate pressure supply to ensure a stable IOP.
  • If unwanted tissue gets engaged to the aspiration port, it should be released by interrupting aspiration before moving the instrument.

Attention: Reference the device specific Directions for Use for a complete listing of indications, warnings, and precautions.

GRIESHABER® DSP Combined

Indications for Use: The CONSTELLATION® Vision System is an ophthalmic microsurgical system that is indicated for both anterior segment (i.e., phacoemulsification and removal of cataracts) and posterior segment (i.e., vitreoretinal) ophthalmic surgery.

GRIESHABER® DSP instruments are a line of single-use vitreoretinal micro-instruments which are used in ophthalmic surgery, for cases either in the anterior or the posterior segment. The GRIESHABER® Advanced Backflush Handles DSP are a family of instruments for fluid and gas handling in vitreoretinal surgery.

Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by, or on the order of, a physician.

Warnings and Precautions: CONSTELLATION® Vision System

  • The disposables used in conjunction with ALCON® instrument products constitute a complete surgical system. Use of disposables and handpieces other than those manufactured by Alcon may affect system performance and create potential hazards.
  • Attach only consumables supplied by Alcon to console and cassette luer fittings. Do not connect consumables to the patient's intravenous connections.
  • Mismatch of consumable components and use of settings not specifically adjusted for a particular combination of consumable components may create a patient hazard.
  • Vitreous traction has been known to create retinal tears and retinal detachments.
  • The closed loop system of the CONSTELLATION® Vision System that adjusts IOP cannot replace the standard of care in judging IOP intraoperatively. If the surgeon believes that the IOP is not responding to the system settings and is dangerously high or low, this may represent a system failure. Note: To ensure proper IOP Compensation calibration, place infusion tubing and infusion cannula on a sterile draped tray at mid-cassette level during the priming cycle.
  • Leaking sclerotomy may lead to post operative hypotony.

Warnings and Precautions: GRIESHABER® DSP Instruments

  • Potential risk from reuse or reprocessing GRIESHABER® DSP instruments include: foreign particle introduction to the eye; reduced cutting or grasping performance; path leaks or obstruction resulting in reduced fluidics performance.
  • Verify correct tip attachment, function and tip actuation before placing it into the eye for surgery.
  • For light fiber instruments: Minimize light intensity and duration of exposure to the retina to reduce risk of retinal photic injury. The light fiber instruments are designed for use with an ALCON® illumination source.
  • Good clinical practice dictates the testing for adequate irrigation and aspiration flow prior to entering the eye. If stream of fluid is weak or absent, good fluidics response will be jeopardized.
  • Use appropriate pressure supply to ensure a stable IOP.
  • If unwanted tissue gets engaged to the aspiration port, it should be released by interrupting aspiration before moving the instrument.

Attention: Reference the device specific Directions for Use for a complete listing of indications, warnings, and precautions.