Ergonomic grip I/A-handles

The latest series of bimanual and coaxial I/A-handles ensures enhanced grip during epinucleus and cortex removal. Updated production technology allows offering the new range with reduced pricing without compromising quality. Fluidics optimization and a newly designed sleeve improve surgical security even further.


Touching the thin capsular bag with the metal tip of conventional instruments generates neither haptic nor optic feedback to the surgeon. The silicone tip of Soft-Tip I/A can bend once pushed to the capsular bag. The visible bending tip indicates the contact with the capsular bag to the surgeon. The adhesive material properties of silicone ease the capsular polishing procedure and reduce the risk of capsular rupture.

Classic design for high variance

Bimanual handles with front irrigation or coaxial I/A handles for 25G - the classic design series offers further specific designs beside most sold cannula shapes. The classic design has proven its quality in millions of surgeries being on the market for decades. 

Surgery using complete set of single-use FLACS I/A instruments

Femto-second-laser assisted cataract surgery needs phaco power for segment removal only. Modern FLACS systems allow small surgical grid, leaving cubes of >0.5mm. The new FLACS I/A is designed to aspirate those small cubes without phaco power. With no need of any phaco power, this is the beginning of a surgery using complete disposable products to minimized risk of infection.

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The wide offer includes bimanual and coaxial I/A handles as single-use, multi-use, or single product. Use the product filter to find the right product for your surgery!

Zia Carim MD - Coaxial Soft-Tip I/A in small pupil cataract surgery
Hiren Thanki MD - coaxial Soft-Tip I/A