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STRONGER PHACO TRAINING PROGRAM IN EGYPT
أقوى برنامج تدريب على الفاكو في مصر

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OFFERING..
FREE investigative ophthalmology course .. with EGYPTIAN MEDICAL SYNDICATE
just register now with a strongest PHACO COURSE in egypt

01021064437
nasr city, cairo, EGYPT
4 أبراج المهندسين العسكريين. رابعة العدوية, مدينة نصر, القاهرة - مصر
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VACUUM

Vacuum is generated by the machine and is a measure of the strength
of the ‘hold’ that the handpiece has on the nucleus. Level of vacuum
and port size will determine how strong the grip is. The holding power
is inversely proportional to the port size. Vacuum is a double-edged
sword which must be used/set carefully depending on what needs to be
held (nucleus, cortex), for what purpose (chopping, aspiration) and
with what instrument (phaco tip, I/A canula). The setting of vacuum
also depends on the machine since each machine has its own capabilities.
In the first generation machines vacuum may be set upto 120 mmHg in
Phaco mode. In the second-generation machines vacuum levels upto
250 mmHg can be used safely whereas in the newer third generation
machines vacuum levels upto 650
mmHg can be used comfortably.
While checking the machine, one
can pinch the aspiration tube and let
the vacuum build upto the maximum
one plans to use. On release of the
tubing, if the test chamber collapses
then post-occlusion surge is
inevitable at that vacuum setting and
flow rate, so the setting should be
lowered
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A Guide to Phacoemulsification
DR. HARBANSH LAL
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