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Ritleng®+ is FCI’s latest autostable bicanalicular nasolacrimal intubation indicated for epiphora, canalicular pathologies, congenital lacrimal duct obstruction and dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR).

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EZYPOR® Flyer

January 29, 2021 – 851.46 KB PDF

EZYPOR® is FCI ultimate high density polyethylene orbital implant with a patented innovative suturing platform, indicated for enucleation, evisceration and secondary implantation. EZYPOR® has a smooth anterior suturing surface with 8 suture tunnels allowing multiple suturing options.

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Vitreoretinal Product Catalog

June 17, 2020 – 2.25 MB PDF

FCI S.A.S. is a world leader in the development of a wide range of ophthalmic surgical devices. Since the company’s inception in 1984, the innovative developments of FCI have helped physicians to solve problems related to epiphora, dry eye, eyelids, and orbital surgery as well as retinal detachment : highly purified silicone oil and perfluorocarbons, scleral buckling implants, and a wide range of other ophthalmic surgical devices such as disposable vitrectomy lenses, single use instruments and directional laser probes.

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Oculoplastics Product Catalog

August 5, 2019 – 12.98 MB PDF

FCI S.A.S. is a world leader in the development of a wide range of ophthalmic surgical devices. Since the company’s inception in 1984, the innovative developments of FCI have helped physicians to solve problems related to epiphora, dry eye, eyelids, and orbital surgery, thanks to a wide range of innovative ophthalmic devices such as self-retaining intubation sets, lacrimal balloon catheter, injectable monocanalicular intubation, permanent punctal plugs, eyelids and orbital implants.

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Reusable Instruments Catalog

December 5, 2018 – 12.07 MB PDF

FCI S.A.S. is a world leader in the development of a wide range of ophthalmic surgical devices. Since the company’s inception in 1984, the innovative developments of FCI have helped physicians to solve problems related to epiphora, dry eye, eyelids, and orbital surgery, thanks to a wide range of innovative ophthalmic devices and reusable instruments.

The wrapping technique consists to wrap a bioceramic orbital implant with a resorbable mesh. This procedure facilitates both placement of the orbital implant into the eye socket and also muscles suturing. Additionally, the wrapping technique take a few minutes to perform and avoid the use of donor material.