This study will measure the dynamic real-time intraocular pressure (IOP) in the anterior
chamber during standard phacoemulsification surgery.
What is known:
- Fluidics control is determined to be one of the primary drivers of physician decision
making in choosing phacoemulsification equipment.
- Active pressure system fluidic control has a perceived and possibly real (based upon
recent literature) improvement in intra-cameral IOP stability and reduced pressure
- Improved fluidics can allow for reduced dynamic IOP fluctuations, in-the-bag positioned
phaco tip, and intra-cameral fluid flow all of which will likely improve corneal health