906 and 906S
Three mirror contact glasses for infants. Features 10 mm internal diameter of the cornea part.
For children up to 4 years of age. Features 11 mm internal diameter of the cornea part.
Top quality for your slit lamps
We offer a wide range of diagnostic contact glasses for our slit lamps. Choose the lenses that suit your specific needs.
|Non Contact Lens||81 D||Field of view: 80°|
|Contact Glass||630/630||Three mirror contact glass for use with slit lamps that have a smaller distance between the eye and the reduction prism than the Haag-Streit 900 series slit lamps|
|Fundus Glass||901||For the binocular slit observation of the pupil, the macula and its surroundings to 30°, and the central vitreous body sections.|
|Glaucoma Glasses||902/902S||One mirror contact glass for the examination of the anatomical conditions in front of the iris.|
|Contact Glass||902/902S||The best known (and most copied) of the Haag-Streit range of diagnostic lenses, "903" is the original Goldmann three-mirror lens, offering the traditional 59 degree, 66 degree and 73 degree angles.|
|Ora Serrata||One Mirror Glass 904||Use the 904 to examine the ora serrata, pars plana and the extreme peripheral part of the vitreous body and the ocular fundus.|
|Two-Mirror Contact Glass||905/905S||The 905 consists of two mirrored surfaces that allow observation of the iridiocorneal angle without turning the contact glass. The expanse and form of the angle of the iris can be correctly ascertained by using a narrow slit on the slit lamp.|
|Contact Lens 1210||Area: Endothelium, Contact: 12 mm|
|Laser Contact Glass||907L||Designed for children up to 4 years of age. 11 mm internal diameter of the cornea part.|
|Laser Contact Glass||Retina 145L||Area: Panfundus, Contact:12 mm, Argon/Diode/YAG 532, 450 nm – 810 nm, Stery Cup|
The best for laser surgery
We offer a wide range of laser contact glasses for our slit lamps. Choose the lenses that suit your specific needs.
Laser Contact Glasses
|Gonioscopic (CGAL)||Glass was designed by Roussel and Fankhauser for laser treatments of the chamber angle. It reduces the laser spot by a factor of 1.5 as compared to the Goldmann Glass.|
|Iridectomy (CGIL)||The CGIL iridectomy contact lens was designed by Riquin, Fankhauser, et al, to perform full thickness peripheral laser iridectomies.|
|Capsulotomy (CGPL)||The CGPL capsulotomy contact glass was designed by Riquin and Fankhauser for the dissection of opacified posterior lens capsules and membranes in the papillary and retropupillary space with the YAG laser.|
|Retina (CGRL)||The CGRL is a wide-angle contact glass designed for laser photocoagulation and diagnosis of the retina.|
|Vitrectomy (CGVL)||he CGVL vitrectomy contact glass was designed by Rol and Fankhauser for photodisruptive YAG laser procedures in the posterior vitreous.|
|Contact Glass 630 L||Three mirror contact glass for laser treatment application for use with slit lamps that have a smaller distance between the eye and the reduction prism than Haag-Streit 900 series slit lamps.|
|903 L||Three mirror contact glass for laser treatment application.|
|Contact Glass 906 L||Three mirror contact glass for laser treatment applications for children. 10mm internal diameter.|
|Laser Contact Glass 907 L||Three mirror contact glass for laser treatment applications for children designed for children up to 4 years of age. 11 mm internal diameter of the cornea part.|
|Laser Contact Glass Retina 145 L||Direct contact glass is a panfundus wide-angle viewing device designed to facilitate the problem-free diagnosis and treatment of the retina as far as the equator.|
- Reduction of bacteria transfer
- No reduction in optical quality
- No rotation on patient's cornea
- Simple to use
- Each Stery Cup, provided in practical packs of 64, is sterile and individually wrapped.