25 gauge, Bent tip to go under the rhexis to reach the nucleus equator, to allow fluid injection in the right position for the best separation of nucleus from capsule. Bent end helps rotate the nucleus after hydrodissection to check Nuclear mobility inside the bag.
The right angle facilitates placement beneath the sub-incisional capsulorhexis edge to preferentially lossen the subincisional cortex. The tip is short enough to flip around to hydrodissect in new areas and is flattened to produce a fan-like jet. Tip has a dull point to engage and spin the peripheral nuclear surface with a circular raking motion to confirm adequate nuclear mobility.
Designed for use in Micro Incision Cataract Surgery (MICS).
9.0mm For superior flap, 30 gauge with curved tip, irrigation ports: 4,2 ports on either side, Curved to follow the natural curvature of the cornea, blunt tip prevents snagging stromal tissue. Effective for repositioning the flap and removing any excess fluid out the interface.