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2019 Big Book of Surgery Supplement - December 2018

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4 8 • S U P P L E M E N T T O O U T PAT I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT Two Glaucoma Treatments are Better than One Help glaucoma patients double up on pressure lowering pathways with the OMNI device from Sight Sciences. With this device, surgeons can viscodilate the traditional outflow channels and also unroof the trabecular meshwork, a procedure called goniotomy. The facility and the surgeon can both bill for both goniotomy (65820) and canaloplasty without stent (66174). The case costs total just under $2,100; ASCs can bill $2,625 while hospital outpatient departments can bill $3,417. For more information, call (415) 889-0550, visit www.sightsciences.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Orthopedics The Small Bone System Everyone Loves You and your surgeons will both love the new Hall ® MicroFree™ small-bone power system from CONMED. Surgeons will love the well balanced handpiece; it features the pencil-grip configuration they prefer. There's no awkward cord to compromise the sterile field. As always, the components are backward and forward compatible, eliminating expensive upgrades, and the batteries are autoclavable, so you can place them in the same tray with the handpieces and attachments. Each system includes five handpieces, two sterilization trays and an autoclavable lithium battery. Schedule a demo today! For more information, call your ConMed representative, visit www.conmed.com/microfree, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. These Pre-Packaged Implant Kits Save Money, and That's Not All Save up to $750 per case, improve efficiency, fight SSIs and save storage space with innovative sterile packaged implants and sterile, single-use instrument sets from In2Bones. The companys line of sterile implants and instrumentation for hand and foot cases help improve surgeon satisfaction, efficiency and overall care. Single-use, procedure-specific instrument kits deliver ease of identification and use. They're also recyclable. With unique UDI labeling, there's no need to waste time searching cumbersome UDI catalogs. Check out the growing list of In2Bones products made in a range of biomaterials, including metallic alloys, biologics and elastomers. For more information, call (844) 602-6637, email info@i2b- usa.com, visit www.i2b-usa.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. O R T H O P E D I C S

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