The Kansas Phacosection (sm) Instruments were designed exclusively by Peter G. Kansas, MD, FACS. The Kansas Phacosection Instruments include a choice of left handed and right handed Kansas trisector, vectis and forceps that come in their own sterilization tray.

Phacosection is an alternative to phacoemulsification and is viewed as a compliment to phacoemulsification. These two alternate small incision pathways can co-exist in the surgeon’s armamentarium.

Kansas Phacosection technique is safer and less expensive than Phacosection by eliminating the high cost of mandatory disposables and less dependence on skill level operating room personnel. Phacosection is independent of machines and potential machine failures. This procedure is well positioned for developing nations and rural regions who are without high technology instrumentation.

The Kansas Phacosection Instruments include a choice of left handed and right handed Kansas trisector, vectis and forceps that come in their own sterilization tray.

Kansas
Lens Loop

Serrated, 3mm wide
For manual small incision nucleus fragment removal.


Kansas
Nucleus Trisector

4mm wide
Used with K3-4152 Kansas Vectis.
For manual small incision surgery.


Kansas
Nucleus Bisector

Used with K3-4152 Kansas Vectis.
For manual small incision surgery.


Kansas
Vectis

Used as a cutting block for nucleus bisector and trisector.
For manual small incision surgery.


Kansas Eye Surgery Associates, P.C.
Dr. Peter Kansas
24 Century Hill Drive - Suite #001, Latham, NY 12110
(518) 690-2015
info@drkansas.com