High purification - minimum 97% purity
ILM-Blue® is a dye to stain the ILM in vitreoretinal surgery.
By injecting ILM-Blue® in the vitreous cavity the ILM
will be clearly stained and easily distinguished from the underlying, unstained retina and can be removed selectively.
Due to an integrated carrier 4% PEG solution, ILM-Blue® can be injected in a BSS filled eye and sinks immediately as a cohesive ball to the fundus of the eye and only stains the targeted tissue without diffusion throughout the whole globe.
Effective ILM staining due to high purification - minimum 97% purity
ILM-BLUE®: Posterior Dye for staining the ILM consists of:
BBG 0,025% + 4% PEG
Highly purified BBG - minimum 97% purity
Advanced injection characteristics due to "carrier" 4% PEG solution
Creates better injection characteristics under BSS.
Sinks immediately to posterior pole as a cohesive ball.
Stains only target tissue and no diffusion throughout the eye.
Composition of one 0.5ml syringe
Brilliant Blue G: 0.125 mg
PEG: 4% PEG 3350
Concentration: 0.25 g/l
pH-value: 7.3 - 7.6
Osmolality: 301 - 369 mOsm/kg H2O
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