OPTIFLEX Aspheric IOL from Moss Vision Inc Ltd
 
 
 
  Perfluorodecalin & Perfluorohexyloctane sterile liquid
 
 
   
 
  • Optisol Dis a clear, ultrapure, colorless and homogenous liquid composed of 90% Perfluorodecalin and 10% Perfluorohexyloctane.
 
 
   
  Optisol D is used as temporary tamponade in Posterior Segment. During Vitreo Retinal surgery, it is used in
  • Laser Coagulation
  • Cryotherapy
  Optisol D is also useful in
  • Unfolding Detached Retinas
  • Treating Giant Retinal Tear
  • Treatment of traumatic case of Posterior Segment
 
 
 
  • 90 % Perfluorodecalin
  • 10 % Perfluorohexyloctane
 
 
 
  • Density (g/cm3 at 25 C) 1.81
  • Refractive Index (at 20 C) 1.318 0.010
  • Viscosity (mPaS at 37 C) 3.7
   
 
   
 
  • Optisol D has a high specific weight, a low viscosity and is insoluble in water.Specific gravity of Optisol D is lesser than pure perfluorodecalin liquid. Due to its unique properties, ideal interfacial and surface tension, Optisol D does not penetrate beneath the retinal tissue.
  • Optisol D is chemically and physiologically inert, absolutely non-toxic, laser stable ophthalmic solution and insoluble in water. It also has a high specific weight and a low viscosity.
  • The properties of Optisol D make it highly suitable for photocoagulation and Cryotherapy.
  • Pure perfluorodecalin liquid like Optisol (Perfluorodecalin liquid)is poorly soluble in silicone oils. There is a probability of residual pure perfluorodecalin liquid remaining undissolved in the eye after replacement with silicon oil. These remnants may lead to unwanted side effects in the eye.Perfluorohexyloctane present in Optisol D is very good solvent for silicone oil. Unlike pure perfluorodecalin, when used for retinal unfolding Optisol D achieves a very good transition from any residual droplets of unfolding liquid to silicone oil, during the subsequent injection of silicone oil tamponade.
   
 
   
 
  • Blister containing 7.0 ml product in vial
  • Instruction for use