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Instruments for Capsulorrhexis

from Katena

For a Precisely Sized Capsulorrhexis

K5-5071 Utrata Capsulorrhexis Forceps, straight

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K5-5074 Masket Capsulorrhexis Forceps, vaulted
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Katena introduces two new capsulorrhexis forceps with landmarks on the anterior
surfaces which can be used to gauge a 5.0mm capsulotomy. The first line is 2.5mm
from the tip and is used to measure the radius (figure 1), while the second line at
5.0mm from the tip (figure 2) can be used to measure the overall diameter of the rhexis.
The triangular tips of the forceps are delicate and can be used to create the initial
capsular tear as well as to grasp the tag during the procedure. The forceps are
available with straight jaws (Utrata) or with vaulted jaws (Masket).

For a Perfectly Centered Capsulorrhexis

K3-7850 Kellen Capsulorrhexis Marker, 6.0mm
K3-7852 Kellen Capsulorrhexis Marker, 5.5mm

In order for an IOL to perform optimally, a precisely sized and accurately centered capsulorrhexis is
essential. This can be a challenging process which is made more difficult if the pupil dilates eccentrically.
To aid with this process a surgeon can use the Kellen Capsulorrhexis Marker. A perfectly centered
mark is created by aligning the tips of four non-marking posts with the limbus and gently pressing
the 5.5mm ring onto the corneal surface. Using the mark as a guide, the surgeon can produce
a centered, predictably sized 5.0mm capsulorrhexis. This instrument is also available with a
6.0mm ring for creating a 5.5mm capsulorrhexis.

Its posterior facing 0. Shepherd Capsule Polishing Curette K3-1102 This curette features a low-profile 2mm ring tip which is beveled on both surfaces. This new cannula is designed to polish all aspects of the capsule through a micro incision. Kraff Posterior Capsule Polisher K7-4880 This delicate 1. reducing the chance of inadvertant capsule rupture. posterior and capsular fornix surfaces.75mm closed-cup curette is designed to polish and debride any remaining cells on the posterior surface of the . The semi-sharp edges are used to polish the anterior and posterior portions of the capsule. It features a finely textured 1.25mm disc-shaped tip which allows the surgeon to gently scrub the anterior.3mm port helps to keep the capsule well formed during polishing. www.katena. Irrigation through the downward facing port keeps the capsular surface taut for evenly distributed contact with the outer ring.Capsule Polishers Henderson MICS Capsule Polisher K7-4890 In order to achieve excellent long term results in cataract surgery it is important to remove all of the residual cortex and cellular material from the capsule. The ring design ensures that capsule contact is distributed over a larger surface area.

5mm long lower blade. The precisely calibrated rotating trephine mechanism allows the surgeon to advance the blade depth 0. K4-2030 left . Rosenwasser DALK Cannula anterior posterior K7-3595 This cannula features a “cobra-shaped” head which seals the channel. DALK Corneal Dissector K3-1870 The tip of this instrument is used to find and maintain the interface plane during dissection of the stroma. Rosenwasser DALK Trisector K3-1875 The flattened spatulated tip of this instrument aids in any additional peripheral dissection that might be required following the “Big Bubble” technique. The scissors feature an 8mm long upper blade and an 8. vaulted spatula with a blunt beveled tip.Instruments for DALK Barron Vacuum Trephine This instrument is designed to cut the anterior cornea to an exact depth. Katzin Corneal Scissors These strongly curved scissors are ideal to excise the stromal tissue during DALK. It features a 12mm long flattened. Its anterior ridge aids in bisecting the stroma prior to excision.25mm with each 360° rotation.2mm posterior port. K4-2020 right (shown). aiding in the pneumatic dissection of the stroma from the underlying Descemet’s membrane as the surgeon forces air through its 0.

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