BiSH-Ultrasonic Cataract Phaco-emulsificator

BiSHTM-The Ultrasonic Cataract Phaco-emulsificator
Main uint

Computer Controlled Generator
Foot switch

Footswitch (Surgeons control the ultrasonic energy by footswitches)

Autoclavable Handpiece with a needle on tip

Handpiece with a needle on tip, the needle is covered by a blue color silicon rubber sleeve

Titanium made needle, diameter 0.9mm, length 25mm

Vacuum pressure:2~90 kPa
Ultrasonic energy range: 0~99%;
Maximum amplitude:120 μm
Maximum Aspiration flow rate:140 ml/min
Real-time automatic resonance frequency tracking
Size(Lengthwidthheight):400  425  600 mm3;
Input voltage:90 ~250VAC,50/60Hz;
Input power:≤180 W+15%;
Equipment safety classification:Type B ;
Working environment:temperature 10ºC ~30ºC, humidity 30%~75% ;
Storage environment:temperature 10ºC ~50ºC, humidity 20%~80%

Clinic Use

The technique of ultrasonic cataract phaco-emulsification is the newest and most advanced procedures used in cataract surgery. The surgeon put a 1.0mm diameter needle into the patient eye ball to emulsify the cataract lens from a 1.2 to 1.5mm wide small incision. Driven by an ultrasonic handpiece on the surgeon’s hand, the tiny needle can emulsify the cataract lens in several minutes. Using this technique, 98% of the cataract patients can be cured in 1 or 2 days by the outpatient service comparing the traditional ECCE method (Surgeons use traditional steel scalpels), with which patients need 2 or 3 months hospitalization recover period after their cataract surgeries.  The ultrasonic cataract phaco-emulsification device system has three essential parts: the generator (including footswitch), the handpiece and the needle

Cataract surgery using ultrasonic phaco-emusificators