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Pro-ophta® Protective Eye Pad Ring

Eye dressing pad to pad perforated eye shields

Fields of application

  • protects the eye against mechanical harm after intraocular surgery while maintaining natural eyelid function
  • padding under perforated eye shields
  • particularly useful after keratoplasty, cataract or eyelid surgery


  • good padding for perforated eye shields
  • padding ring is low-linting
  • allows good ventilation of the eye
  • high absorption capacity

To note

  • the perforated plastic shield is not included with this product


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After intraocular surgery the eye needs to be protected from mechanical irritation. The Pro-ophta® Protective Eye Padding Ring is designed to be used underneath perforated eye shields. The advantages: Natural eyelid function is maintained and the eye is well ventilated. The protective eye padding ring is especially well suited for postoperative care of cataract or eyelid surgery or for injuries to the external eye. The soft, smooth, low-linting padding ring absorbs fluids and cushions the area around the eye effectively. In combination with a transparent disc the padding ring allows patients to make inital attempts to see at an early stage, increasing treatment acceptance.

Product composition

67 % viscose, 33 % polyester, consisting of 16 layers quilted together and punched into a ring shape, with an opening in the centre

Ordering information

Pro-ophta® Protective Eye Pad Ring

Dimensions (cm)REFShipping units (piece)
non-sterile, in a folding box
10 x 71301550/300
sterile, individually sealed
10 x 71301450/500

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