Versatile viscoelastic an aid in all steps of cataract surgery

Guttman, Cheryl
February 2003
Ophthalmology Times;2/15/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p26
Trade Publication
Features Amvisc Plus, a medium-molecular weight viscoelastic agent from Bausch & Lomb Inc. Usefulness in cataract surgery; Viscoelastic properties; Excellent anterior chamber stability and endothelial protection; Suitability for routine phacoemulsification procedures.


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