easyPhaco tip for small exotics
The easyTip is a reusable, highly efficient and reliable phacoemulsification tool designed for cataract surgery in veterinary ophthalmology. It offers excellent control of fragments, holdability, emulsification, and fragment aspiration, and stable anterior chamber conditions. Its high vacuum setting, optimized bevel, and wide infusion path ensure a strong, axially directed flow, resulting in magnetically attracted and perfectly followable lens material, preventing repulsions. With six times higher energy transfer than conventional tips, hard cataracts are no longer a problem. The easyTip’s hair-thin aspiration channel and seven times higher infusion capacity guarantee efficient fragment aspiration and stable intraocular pressure.
Overall, easyTip offers exceptional control of fragments, excellent holdability, perfect emulsification, efficient fragment aspiration, and stable anterior chamber conditions, making it an ideal tool for veterinary ophthalmologists performing cataract surgery on animals.
Product #: VV800831
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easyPhaco tip for small exotics, 1.6mm, 30°
Control of fragments
The high vacuum setting of easyPhaco and the wide infusion path create a strong, axially directed flow.
The result: no floating fragments! Instead magnetic attraction of the lens material and perfect followability.
The high vacuum setting of easyPhaco and the optimized bevel of the easyPhaco tip hold the fragments securely at the tip opening.
The holdability is so strong that the fragments are no longer repelled.
No lateral energy output
The US energy is delivered purely axially and absorbed directly by the aspirated nucleus material – with the aim of preventing repulsions.
Thanks to a high vacuum and an optimised tip design, the coupling of the US energy into the nucleus material is optimal.
The energy transfer is six times higher as with conventional tips. The removal of hard cataracts is therefore no longer a problem.
Efficient fragment aspiration
Thanks to a high vacuum, the risk of blockage in the hair-thin aspiration channel can be prevented. The fragments are perfectly aspirated.
Stable anterior chamber
When the occlusion loosens, the thin aspiration channel acts as a brake and prevents a sudden change in pressure in the chamber.
A seven times higher infusion capacity ensures constant intraocular pressure and creates stable anterior chamber conditions.