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SOFT PLUG Extended Duration Plugs 40pk - 0.5mm


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The OASIS Medical SOFT PLUG Extended Duration is a short term plug (less than 3 months) designed to be inserted through the punctal opening into the canaliculus in order to block tear drainage through the lacrimal drainage system. This residency time falls between the absorbable collagen plugs, which are completely absorbed after several days, and the permanent intracanalicular plug, which is designed to remain in the canaliculum indefinitely.

SOFT PLUG Extended Duration are made from an absorbable copolymer of glycolic acid and trimethylene carbonate. They are available in four diameters. The plugs are supplied sterile, two plugs per package, so that a plug can be placed into each canaliculus.

  • Available in 4 sizes¬†
  • Sterile, insert with forceps
  • Absorbable¬†punctual plugs
  • Last up to 3 months
  • 40 plugs per box
  • Length: 2mm
  • For pre and post-surgical use

  • Download PDF SOFT PLUG Extended Duration Plug Instructions For Use

    Physician instructions in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portugese & Dutch. May 2019

  • Download PDF 2019 Reimbursement Guidelines for Punctal or Intracanalicular Occlusion by Plug

    Reimbursement guidelines for punctal occlusion by plug, February 2019. Prepared for OASIS by Corcoran Consulting Group.

  • Download PDF 2019 Medicare Reimbursement FAQ for Punctal Occlusion by Plug

    FAQ for Medicare reimbursement for punctal occlusion by punctal plug, February 2019. Prepared for OASIS by Corcoran Consulting Group.

  • Download PDF SOFT PLUG Punctum Plug Dislocation Warranty

    Patient information sheet for product replacement warranty for OASIS SOFT PLUG.

  • Download PDF The Absorbable Plug

    Article on SOFT PLUG Extended Duration in Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today, June 2002. Authored by James Lewis MD, and Marc Meyers, OD.

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