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Aspirating cannula handpiece Conical Tip, aspirating port 0.3 mm, 21 ga, SS, overall length 11cm

Aspirating cannula handpiece Conical Tip, aspirating port 0.3 mm, 21 ga, SS, overall length 11cm


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aspirating cannula used to remove residual cortex after phacoemulsification. Can be used through either sideport incision, thus the surgeon is able to easily reach the cortex in every quadrant of the capsule. Handpiece fits on female aspiration connector of the MILLENNIUM and PREMIERE phacoemulsification machines.

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