Fluidics-Related Aspects (Flow, Cavitation, Acoustic Pressure and Thermal Patterns) of Novel Vs Traditional Phacoemulsification Tips | ASCRS
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Film 74304: Fluidics-Related Aspects (Flow, Cavitation, Acoustic Pressure and Thermal Patterns) of Novel Vs Traditional Phacoemulsification Tips
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 74304
Presenting Author: Jaime Zacharias, MD
Category: Instruments & Devices/IOLs

Phacoemulsification tips are being redesigned to give surgeons more confidence in their cataract surgery cases. This video illustrates the similarities and differences between a newly designed phacoemulsification tip and its predecessor in fluidic-related aspects, such as cavitation patterns, acoustic pressure using hydrophone recordings, particle image velocimetry and thermal patterns.

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