Procurement Trends: Phacoemulsification - August 2014

August 1, 2014 | Procurement Trends


​Phacoemulsification is one type of extracapsular cataract extraction, a procedure used to remove the lens nucleus, the surrounding cortex, and the enclosing anterior capsule. A cataract is a foggy area in the normally transparent lens that inhibits the transmission of light to the retina and causes a painless blurring of vision and/or glare from lights.


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