Adaptive fluidics with cloud-based data collection can improve phaco surgeries

SAN DIEGO — Adaptive fluidics, a mechanism that facilitates nuclear disassembly with enhanced safety, can lead to clearer corneas on postoperative day 1, according to a speaker.
“Adaptive fluidics is a novel system that enhances our ability to remove nuclei without having post-occlusion surge and risks. It has benefits in shallow chambers, patients with posterior pressure and flaccid capsules,” Mitchell C. Shultz, MD, said at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery annual meeting.
Shultz reported on his use of adaptive fluidics during traditional cataract

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