Hara Curved Nucleus Divider (designed for left side port) 6-083-3
Friday, April 06, 2012
During horizontal chop technique, the lens
nucleus is held in position using relatively high vacuum by phacoemulsification
tip buried in the center of the nucleus.
Horizontal chopper is passed under the distal edge of the anterior
capsulotomy and around the lens equator then, drawn through the lens nucleus
toward the phaco handpiece in the horizontal plane. Phaco tip and chopper are separated
laterally, breaking the nucleus into two pieces. Horizontal choppers have a cutting edge that
enables the chopper to cut through the nucleus in a specific direction.
Curved, sharp inner sides of tip with tip length of 1.1mm. Cutting edge is 35° to axis and designed for left side port. Curved shaft at 45° angle.
For more information, contact:
Crestpoint Management Ltd. (Previously D&K USA)
9100 Watson Road, Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63126-2241
Phone: (314) 849-7773, (800) 756-7773
Fax: (314) 849-7776