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    Haag-Streit, Reliance Medical Products announce I-Ops In-Office Procedure System

    Reliance Medical Products and Haag-Streit USA launched the I-Ops In-Office Procedure System, an ergonomically optimized instrument delivery system that allows physicians to efficiently perform injections and other minor in-office procedures.

    Physicians can now perform a multitude of procedures without the need for an assistant or the need to turn around and reach for supplies, according to the company. By increasing productivity and efficiency, physicians may be able to see more patients during the day.

    The modular I-OPS System features a durable tray with space for up to nine interchangeable inserts. The ability to organize and set up procedures beforehand brings consistency and standardization to procedures, which can save time and also reduce the risk of medical errors.

    The I-OPS tray and accessory kit come with two syringe holders, deep and shallow cups and one each of a dropper bottle holder, twist bottle holder, and gel pack holder. If the physician prefers to customize his system, inserts are available for purchase in any combination a la carte.

    The basic I-OPS arm fits almost any manufacturer’s stand pole and is easy to move to swing out of the way of patients.

    Colleen E. McCarthy
    Colleen McCarthy is a freelance writer based in the Cleveland area and a former editor of Optometry Times. She is a 2010 graduate of the ...


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