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Healon® D+H OVS

Product

Size

Viscosity

Molecular Weight

Composition

Classification

Healon D® OVD

0.65mL

40,000 mPas

645,000 daltons

3.0% NaHA

Dispersive

Healon® OVD

0.40mL

300,000 mPas

4,000,000 daltons

1.0% NaHA

Cohesive

Clear — Healon D® OVD

  • Complete clarity in surgical field
  • Highly protective of endothelial cells1

Control — Healon® OVD

  • High viscosity cohesive OVD for space creation
  • Ease of injection and removal
A Proven Cohesive and Dispersive All in One

Healon D® Dispersive OVD delivers clear protection

  • Provides exceptional clarity in the surgical field
  • Low molecular weight assures outstanding retention
  • Provides optimum protection of endothelial cells throughout the entire surgical process1
  • Ideal for lubrication of IOL insertion systems

Healon® Cohesive OVD provides exceptional Control

  • Known and trusted for over 25 years
  • Outstanding clarity2
  • High viscosity for space creation and dependable endothelial cell protection2
  • Posterior chamber expansion for easy maneuvering and facilitated IOL implantation2
  • Easy to inject and remove2
References & intended use statement

References

  1. Viscoelastic materials and corneal endothelium. In: Buratto L, Giardini P, Bellucci R, eds. Viscoelastics in Opthalmic Surgery. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc; 2000:49-55
  2. Hütz WW, Eckhardt B, Kohnen T. Comparison of viscoelastic substances used in phacoemulsifi cation. J Cataract Refract Surg. 1996;22:955-959.

Intended use statement

Healon® and Healon D® OVDs are used in ophthalmic surgical procedures to maintain a deep anterior chamber that facilitates manipulation inside the eye with reduced trauma to the corneal endothelium and other ocular tissues.
Warnings/Precautions/Contraindications: There are no known contraindications to the use of Healon® and Healon D® OVDs when used as recommended. Please refer to package inserts for full prescribing information. Rx only.