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Beveled-Tip Versus(vs) Standard-Tip

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Beveled-Tip Versus(vs) Standard-Tip

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficiency of the new Utravit High-Speed 10000 cpm Beveled Probe to the current standard vitrector probe- Alcon (non-beveled) Ultravit 7500 cpm. Study Design: This is a prospective, randomized controlled trial comparing the efficiency of the Ultravit High-Speed Beveled Probe with the current Alcon vitrector probe in a cohort of patients undergoing routine vitrectomy surgery. Hypothesis: The Advanced Ultravit high-speed beveled probe will show non-inferiority to the standard, Alcon (non-beveled) Ultravit 7500 cpm with regards to time to completion of vitrectomy and surgical outcomes.

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Device - Utravit High-Speed 10000 cpm Beveled Probe

This is a prospective, randomized controlled trial comparing the Ultravit High-Speed Beveled Probe with the current Alcon vitrector probe in a cohort of patients undergoing routine vitrectomy surgery.

Device - standard vitrector probe- Alcon (non-beveled) Ultravit 7500 cpm

This is a prospective, randomized controlled trial comparing the Ultravit High-Speed Beveled Probe with the current Alcon vitrector probe in a cohort of patients undergoing routine vitrectomy surgery.

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High-speed Beveled Tip Versus Standard Tip Vitrectomy Probe: a Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial

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NCT04076072

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