Using the Delivery Set with the Morgan Lens allows for simultaneous irrigation of both eyes.
The Morgan medi-FLOW Lens
Part Number: MT2000 (USA Only) or MT6673 (Outside USA)
The Morgan Lens is a medical device that provides the most effective means of ocular (eye) irrigation to treat many eye injuries. The Morgan Lens provides continuous lavage to the cornea and conjunctiva, floating on the irrigating solution and never physically touching the cornea. The irrigating solution provides instant relief to chemical or thermal burns and removes non-embedded foreign materials in the eye.
The Morgan Lens is standard equipment in over 90% of hospital emergency rooms in the United States. It is widely used by physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other medical personnel because it delivers a continuous flow of solution to the injured eye within seconds, which frees medical staff to treat other injuries or to transport the patient without interruption.
The following equipment is recommended for bilateral eye irrigation using the Morgan Lens:
- Two Morgan Lenses (part number MT2000-USA or MT6673-Outside-USA)–one per eye
- Topical ocular anesthetic (if available)
- One Morgan Lens Delivery Set (part number MT202)
- One bag of irrigating solution (MorTan recommends lactated Ringer’s or Hartmann’s Solution)
- Two Medi-Ducts (part number MT63)-one per eye–or towels, blue pads, or another fluid collection device
|Part Name||The Morgan medi-FLOW Lens|
|Part Number||MT2000 (USA Only) or MT6673 (Outside USA)|
|Quantity Per Box||12|
|NSN||6540 01 296 2130|
|DAPA Contract Number||SP 0200-03-H-0046|
|FSC Code||6540 Ophthalmic Instruments, Equipment & Supplies|
|PSC Codes||6515 Medical Surgical Instruments and Supplies|
|NAICS Codes||339115 Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing|
423450 Medical Supplies Merchant
339112 Ophthalmic Instruments and Apparatus Manufacturing
|SIC Code||3851 Ophthalmic Goods|
|DUNS Number||057 490 781|
Morgan Lens Instructional Video
This video is approximately five minutes long and gives instructions for the use of the Morgan Lens, including showing the insertion and removal and describing the recommended uses.
Morgan Lens Instructions for Use Chart
The Morgan Lens Instructions for Use Chart provides instructions for using the Morgan Lens continuous medication or lavage to the cornea and conjunctiva.
Morgan Lens PowerPoint Presentation
This PowerPoint Presentation covers uses and instructions for using the Morgan Lens.
While working at Bethlehem Steel, I had many opportunities to use the Morgan Lens. The employees frequently splashed solutions into their eyes. The Morgan Lens helped us irrigate their eyes promptly and efficiently. We could seat belt the employee/patient into the van, check his eyes, pop in the Morgan Lens, hook up the I.V. bag. While transporting him to the dispensary, his eyes were being irrigated. Prompt irrigation with the Morgan Lens in route to the dispensary helps prevent eye damage.
Registered Nurse (Maryland)
While beginning to wear contact lenses, I had an experience which the use of the Morgan Lens saved the day.
I was just finishing a sixteen-hour shift as manager and staff nurse of the ED when I was notified that they had received a bomb threat. Disaster situation were part of my duties, so I went into action. By 4:00 AM, I realized I still had my contacts in. So I got a container and soaked them in an eye solution from our eye tray. I arrived home with enough time to take a quick nap before returning to work for another sixteen-hour shift. When I put my contacts in, I felt like someone had placed a hot poker into my eyes. I took the contacts out, but my eyes continued to burn and were also fire engine red. I did report to work at 7:00 AM but my eyes continued to burn. I then decided the best thing I could do was to irrigate, so I placed a Morgan lens into both eyes and irrigated with 1000 cc of lactated Ringer's. Laying down during the irrigation process was relaxing and I felt no discomfort while my eyes were irrigated. After the process, the burning was relieved and I was able to complete my shift without further discomfort.Registered Nurse (South Carolina)