Gulden introduces new line of Premium Practice Eyes™

April 3, 2013

Gulden Ophthalmics introduced a new line of Premium Practice Eyes™ Models.

The Practice Eyes consist of an acrylic eye with either an 8mm or 2mm pupillary aperture and the entire internal structure of the retina. The Practice Eyes are filled with silicon oil that resembles the vitreous filled posterior chamber of the normal eye and provides incredible clarity of eye structures.

The Premium Practice Eyes are designed to also permit exceptional viewing of the anterior chamber angle of the eyes. All the essential structures of the angle are demonstrated and can be precisely seen.

The models can demonstrate normal and diabetic retinas including diabetic retinopathy and retinal detachment.

The new Practice Eyes are ideal for teaching, refreshing, and practicing gonoiscopic examination skills such as examining and confirming normal angle structures, determining and measuring anterior chamber angle, and determining any developmental abnormalities.

They are also useful to manufacturers of diagnostic and surgical equipment to better demonstrate their equipment and tools and practice vitreoretinal (VR) surgery.

The Practice Eyes are available in attractive, functional cases that double as eye stands when opened.

A slit lamp holder that places the eye on the chin rest of the slit lamp is also available.

For more information about these and other products, visit Gulden’s website or contact Gulden Ophthalmics at 215-884-8105 or info@guldenophthalmics.com. Or visit them online at www.guldenophthalmics.com.

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