Cold phaco systems offer new capabilities that allow surgeons to move up to
the next step in cataract surgery, bi-manual micro-incision phacoemulsification.
Visual outcomes are improved with this technology.
COLD PHACO MODE
Cold phaco Mode
Lens Removal System with COLD PHACO Mode
The new technology for efficient energy control, follow-ability and temperature regulation is now available.
Advances have been made in cold phaco, particularly in energy efficiency,
follow-ability and temperature regulation.
It improves the delivery of ultrasonic energy to the anterior segment, which in turn, decreases
the amount and duration of power delivered to the eye.
The Cold Phaco Mode does not generate a hot probe tip, preventing heat build-up and resultant wound burns
and can reduce or eliminate trauma to the cornea.
Innovation in phaco equipment have allowed the use of high-frequency pulse and micro-burst modes that
enable ophthalmologists to work with a cooler phaco tip.
The Cold Phaco Mode is as option available as additional Mode integrated in
the standard phaco system console, at a friendly low-cost price.
The new cold phaco technology reduces risk for patients and may enable better recovery.
Cold Phaco gives the surgeon the ability to control ultrasonics and aspiration simultaneously
and independently. With new technologies available cataract surgeons will be performing
procedures with incisions as small as 1.0mm. With traditional phacoemulsification equipment,
wound burns are often a possibility, no burns anymore with the introduction of cold phaco surgery.
Cooler phaco tip