The only "hands-free" emergency eye irrigation device.
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The 1996 Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, written by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, requires hospitals and nursing leaders to “assess, maintain, demonstrate, and improve continually” the competency of their staff, and states the importance of “ongoing in-service and other education and training” in order to maintain and improve staff competence.
To assist your facility in meeting these requirements, MorTan, Inc. has developed a Training Tool that allows “hands-on” practice of ocular irrigation, along with an instructional packet consisting of a Competency Assessment and a sample policy. Both of these can easily be adapted to comply with your institutional formats.
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A list of resources that will help in the initial training in the use of the Morgan Lens.
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.
I just spent three hours in the ER. The trip to the ER was precipitated by my getting a mixture of bleach, Mr. Clean and water in my left eye while scrubbing the soffits of the siding on my house. Whilst in the ER, I had my eye irrigated twice with a 0.9% solution of NaCl using the Morgan Lens to facilitate the irrigation. THANK YOU for creating the Morgan Lens. My eye felt so much better after the second round of irrigation, and it did take two rounds before the pH level in my eye returned to normal. I know companies always hear about the things that go wrong with their equipment. I want you to know that your equipment did something wonderful, and I want you to know how very much I appreciate it.
Patient - Platteville, WI
A 37-year-old man was arrested by the NYPD and in the struggle, mace was sprayed into his eyes. The patient was also cocaine intoxicated. He was thrashing about so violently that we could not effectively irrigate his eyes with IV tubing, nor with the nasal cannula (attached to IV tubing) straddling his nose. The Morgan Lens worked beautifully.Physician (New York)