Paracentesis Knives

ACUCUT Paracentesis Knives specially designed for very precise vitrectomy surgery, available in both straight & angled styles. These knives are used for centesis incision into scleraduring vitreous body surgery. It is also used to create side ports during cataract surgery,
The Paracentesis or MVR Angled knives offer accurate, well-controlled incisions. These ophthalmic products, or Paracentesis Blades, are used in cataract surgery. Ultra-sharp and consistent knives with a flawless cutting edge create tightly sealing incisions, meeting the demands of patient performance.

Variations Available In Paracentesis knives

Model No Shape Dimension (Width)
MVR 19 A
Angled (45°)
1.4 mm
MVR 20 A
Angled (45°)
1.2 mm
MVR 21
Angled (45°)
1.1 mm
MVR 23 A
Angled (45°)
1.0 mm
MVR 24 A
Angled (45°)
0.8 mm
MVR 25 A
Angled (45°)
0.6 mm

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FAQ – Paracentesis Knives

How Acucut ophthalmic knives different from other brands?
Acucut knives are renowned for their exceptional sharpness, precision, & Consistency. We use advanced Electro Etching and Polishing, leading to smoother incisions and improved surgical outcomes. Additionally, our knives are crafted from premium materials Vacuum-purified double melt, Hardened and tempered Steel, ensuring strength.
Are Acucut Paracentesis Knives sterile?
Yes! Acucut ophthalmic knives undergo rigorous sterilization processes according to the highest medical standards. Each knife arrives in individual, sterile packaging to ensure patient safety and prevent the risk of infection.
Where can healthcare professionals buy Acucut knives?

Acucut Paracentesis knives may be available through authorized medical equipment suppliers, distributors, it is advisable to purchase from reputable sources to ensure the authenticity and quality of the product, you can contact us for knowing Authorized Distributor Partner in your region Contact Us

Why Acucut Paracentesis Knives meant for single use?
Acucut ophthalmic knives, including Paracentesis knives, are designed, and intended for single use only. This single-use policy provides several advantages such as, this will Minimizes risk of cross-contamination, maintains optimal performance, Reduces cleaning and sterilization burden.
Why are single-use knives important in ophthalmic surgery?
Ophthalmic surgery involves delicate tissues and critical structures within the eye. Using sterile, single-use knives helps minimize the risk of infection and complications, promoting patient safety and optimal surgical results.

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