Healon 5, Healon GV both easy to remove after phaco

Charters, Lynda; Corydon, Leif
October 1999
Ophthalmology Times;10/01/99, Vol. 24 Issue 19, p50
Trade Publication
Compares how viscoelastics Healon 5 and Healon GV can be easily aspirated from the anterior chamber after cataract surgery. Different properties of various viscoelastics; Difference between Healon 5 and Healon GV; Technique used by the author with Healon GV; Procedure.


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