The Keeler Cryomatic MKII System and probes are for use in ophthalmic surgery such as cryopexy for retinal detachment, cyclo destructive procedures in refractory glaucoma, extraction of fragments within the vitreous cavity, cataract extraction, cryo
destruction of lash follicles for trichiasis and treatment of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP).
Once the Cryo probe has been correctly positioned the freeze control is activated and an ice ball is formed around the tip of the Cryo probe and the adjacent area.
The system comprises the control console and interchangeable Cryo probes which are connected to the console for use. The re-usable Cryo probe can be sterilised by autoclaving or other approved methods. The system requires mains electricity and Nitrous Oxide or Carbon Dioxide gas to function.
Disposable and reusable Cryo probes are connected to the Cryomatic MKII console via a simple quick release coupling.