Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments Nucleus fragmentation instruments are ophthalmic surgical tools utilized to perform phacofragmentation techniques during modern cataract surgery. Surtex Instruments manufactures premium quality nucleus fragmentation instruments with the purpose of enabling the surgeon to perform complex techniques which involve breaking the nucleus into smaller chunks so as to allow their removal through a smaller incision.
Alfonso Nucleus Trisector For Use

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Alfonso Nucleus Trisector For Use

Bucher-Kansas Nucleus Trisector For Use

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Bucher-Kansas Nucleus Trisector For Use

Kansas Nucleus Trisector For Use

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Kansas Nucleus Trisector For Use

Kansas Nucleus Bisector

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Kansas Nucleus Bisector

Kansas Nucleus Vectis

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Kansas Nucleus Vectis

Alfonso Cutting Platform

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Alfonso Cutting Platform

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Spoon

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Spoon

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Spatula

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Spatula

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Hook

Nucleus Fragmentation Instruments

Giannetti Nucleus Capture Hook

As an example, during phacoemulsification, the nucleus is fractured by using Kansas Nucleus Trisector and Kansas Nucleus Vectis; the surgeon positions the trisector above the nucleus and the vectis is placed under the same one. By moving the tips of the two instruments towards each other with a constant force, the nucleus is fractured into three pieces. All our nucleus fragmentation instruments consist on a flat or round handle and a tip which follows different shape patterns according to the surgeon’s needs. At Surtex Instruments our focus on quality ensures that only the finest surgical grade materials and optimum manufacturing methods are used during the crafting of our nucleus fragmentation instruments.