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Tukker, A.A. (author)
Indirect Heat Induced Attachment and Detachment (HIAD) is a promising concept for gripping delicate tissues in ophthalmic surgery. However, the optimal settings of attaching to and detaching from delicate tissues are unknown. This study presents the effects of the instrument heating properties and initial contact force on the adhesion force,...
master thesis 2010
Knulst, A.J. (author)
Background During eye surgery in patients suffering Age Related Macular Degeneration translocating a graft of tissue without damaging the vulnerable top layer is highly problematic using the currently available instruments. This study presents indirect Heat Induced Attachment and Detachment (HIAD) as a new concept for single side tissue...
master thesis 2007