Presentation of MONOBLUE SafR 0.055%
Helps in performing capsulorhexis and other uses in the anterior segment, improves tolerance of trypan blue thanks to purification of the raw material and the addition of mannitol.
Improves tolerance thanks to its purification
To ensure maximum tolerance, the exclusive Arcadophta purification process guarantees the extraction of toxic components such as toludine â€“ violet, and monoazo, thereby improving tolerance of MonoBlue SafR.
Improves tolerance thanks to the addition of mannitol
The addition of mannitol, known for its antioxidant properties, combined with the already-purified trypan blue, enhances the tolerance of MonoBlue SafR.
Facilitates capsulorhexis by improving staining
The high percentage of blue >95% in Monoblue SafR enhances its staining power on the capsule, or the tissues of the anterior segment such as Descemetâ€™s membranes, trabeculum, etc.
Facilitates capsulorhexis through its dedicated packaging
The use of a long pre-filled syringe and specific plunger guarantees a smooth, controlled injection.
I use Monoblue SafR dye routinely in at least two indications in my ocular surgery.
First of all, it is essential for me in the techniques of DMEK-type endothelial grafts. Its staining properties help to significantly facilitate the dissection of the endothelial graft, but also its positioning in the injector and its visualisation in the anterior chamber. The manipulations and positioning can thus be done more safely.
In all endothelial graft techniques, it is also essential for facilitating the ablation of the endothelium of the recipient eye. This surgical stage thus becomes atraumatic.
In cataract surgery, I also use Monoblue SafR in all situations where performing capsulorhexis is rendered difficult due to poor visualisation of the anterior chamber and in cases of white or very dark cataracts.
- Temporary staining of the capsule
- Temporary staining of intrastromal cornealÂ tissue
- Temorary staining of the Descemetâ€™s membrane
- Visualisation of the position of the corneal graft on recipient tissues during keratoplasty