The 6.25mm Malyugin Ring is the most popular of MST’s two sizes of Malyugin Rings and is used to create pupils of 6.25mm in diameter.
The 7.0mm Malyugin Ring is used to create pupils of 7.0mm in diameter and can be used if you prefer to operate through a larger pupil, or if you are treating an IFIS patient whose pupil dilates.
The Malyugin Ring® System offers a number of benefits, including:
The MST family of phaco tips are available in sharp-edged, Dewey Radius™ and traditional styles, as well as reverse bevel versions:
MST’s most popular Coaxial I/A system, Intertip, has been one of the leading Coaxial I/A systems for almost 20 years. Intertip is available in two types: Intertip (which has a Stainess shell and Bayonette lock tips) and Intertip T (which has a Titanium Shell and push on on tips). Intertip offers many different tip styles to match your surgical preferences, as well as robust O’Rings which are designed to be more durable.
Soft I/A is MST’s silicone ported aspirator for cortical cleanup, capsule scrubbing, and much more. Available in straight, curved and 45 degree versions, the versatile Soft I/A can be utilized either in CoAxial I/A or BiManual I/A. Soft I/A’s design of a Titanium substructure under a silicone sheath, provides strong scrubbing force and the ability for you to push pieces into its port.
The MST/Barrett V2™ I/A is a second generation I/A device. First generation I/A devices were originally designed decades ago, prior to small incision cataract surgery, and took a “one size fits all incisions” approach. The MST/Barrett V2 design incorporates a small lumen and larger distal end.
MST’s Duet® BiManual system is world renowned for its breakthrough and to date, unsurpassed irrigation flow at a given bottle height and gauge size. Duet tips are available in 19,20, 21 and 22g (700 micron) sizes, and are removable from the handle so they can be easily replaced. Duet can be used for BiManual Phaco or simply as the best BiManual I/A system.
The Hoffman Descemet’s stripping forceps, designed by Richard Hoffman, M.D. of Eugene Oregon, facilitate Descemet membrane stripping procedures and help position donor tissue. The tips are positioned up toward the cornea as is the cannula bend. The Ahmed/Hoffman 23g Horizontal Scissors are most often used to cut iris and suture. As a result of their tiny 0.6mm diameter (23g), they easily fit through a 0.8mm or larger paracentesis.
The MST Micro-Holding forceps are specifically designed to hold IOLs while you cut them with the MST Packer/Chang IOL cutters. It is necessary to hold IOLs during cutting so that there is no forward movement or torquing while you cut. The MST Micro-Holding Forceps have teeth to provide you with a very firm grip on any foldable IOL and they are 23g so that they fit readily through a 0.8mm or larger paracentesis.
The Packer/Chang IOL cutters have re-defined what an IOL cutter should be, and offer you the following benefits:
MST has collaborated with Howard Fine, Rich Hoffman and Barry Seibel to bring you the world’s best capsulorhexis forceps. When you use these capsulorhexis forceps you’ll note how much care went into them to help you create an. MST offers two types of capsulorhexis forceps in order to help you create an accurate capsulorhexis:
The Ahmed Micro-Tying forceps were designed by Ike Ahmed, MD to facilitate the intraocular tying procedure that he developed. These forceps, like all of MST anterior segment forceps and scissors, are designed for the specific needs of anterior segment surgeons.
The Ahmed/Hoffman Vertical Scissors are most often used to cut IOL haptics and have become a key surgical part of many physician’s complication correcting procedures.
The Ahmed Micro-Graspers are great utility forceps that people love for grasping iris to perform PI’s and goniosynechialysis, and for grasping pupil margins for movement, and more.