Phacoemulsifiers

Phacoemulsifiers

Phacoemulsifiers are modern and sophisticated machines used in cataract surgery where the eye's internal lens is emulsified. The tiny probe in these phacoemulsifiers breaks up the cataract into pieces by using ultrasonic vibrations, and these machines also provide the vacuum necessary to remove the particles through the hollow center of the probe. During surgery, the machine introduces an irrigation solution that maintains pressure and prevents the eye from collapsing. Modern systems are equipped by microprocessors which control and monitor all parts of their system with pinpoint accuracy. Phacoemulsifiers in hospitals and clinics ensure consistent and accurate cataract surgery while observing high patient safety.
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