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Vitrectomy equipment is a type of surgical device used to treat a variety of eye conditions, including retinal detachment, macular holes, and diabetic retinopathy. The device is used to remove vitreous gel from the eye, allowing the surgeon to access the retina and perform a variety of treatments. Vitrectomy equipment typically consists of a vitrectomy machine, a light source, a microscope, and a vitrectomy probe. The vitrectomy machine is used to create a vacuum to remove the vitreous gel, while the light source and microscope are used to visualize the eye during the procedure.
The price range for vitrectomy equipment varies depending on the type of machine, features, and accessories. Basic vitrectomy machines can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000, while more advanced machines can cost up to $50,000. Popular manufacturers of vitrectomy equipment include Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, Carl Zeiss, and Topcon. These manufacturers offer a wide range of machines, from basic models to more advanced machines with features such as digital imaging and automated vitrectomy.