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Retinal gases


EasyGas is the innovative range of ready-to-use intraocular gases from Geuder’s subsidiary, Fluoron. Since 1996, Fluoron has been developing and producing innovative, ultra-pure biomaterials for retinal surgery in Germany. Their products are unique, and recognised world-wide for their efficacy and efficiency.

Each syringe is pre-mixed to the non-expansive percentage
Having a non-expanisve mixture means no residual expansion post op which can ‘squeeze’ the anterior chamber (AC) and lead to an increase in IOP, discomfort for the patient or perhaps unintended damage to the AC. This gives you the confidence that you are getting the same tamponade effect and reproducable results, every time.

EasyGas comes in a sterile, pre-filled syringe for quick and easy preparation
EasyGas uses specially designed, single use, pre-filled and mixed sterile syringes to hold the gas. Instead of manually drawing gas in theatre using cumbersome gas cylinders, EasyGas is a ready-to-use-system which guarantees the gas-air concentration will be the same every time. The unique presentation makes EasyGas quick, safe and reliable to prepare and apply.

Colour coding of the three gases
Distinctive colour-coded and clearly labelled syringes makes it easy to differentiate between each syringe and each gas type, ensuring the right gas and the right dosage for each indication, every time. The result is a clear and safe choice which helps reduce the chance of potentially dangerous work-flow mistakes and provides the correct gas for the desired percentage and tamponade time required.

The perfect gas for each indication – Safely dosed, easily applied and precisely tamponaded

6 Days
15 days
30 days

EasyGas is used as a long-term tamponade after operative treatment of severe retinal detachment, particularly:

  • retinal detachments with giant tears
  • retinal detachments without proliferation
  • retinal detachments in cases of proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR)
  • traumatic retinal detachments
  • macular holes
  • proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR).