11,19,23) However, more studies are required to ascertain if laser lens fragmentation significantly improves the safety profile and outcomes of cataract surgery
This prospective study comprised 100 eyes of 100 patients who had undergone small incision cataract surgery
with intraocular lens implantation.
is one of the safest, most effective forms of surgeries.
The North American ophthalmology cataract surgery
devices market is estimated to witness a CAGR of 7.
was performed by phacoemulsification and IOL implantations in all cases.
All patients selected for cataract surgery
in the camps conducted under National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB) were included in the study.
The surgical procedure in all cases was manual suture-less small incision cataract surgery
through scleral tunnel.
Investigators in Seoul, Korea, looked at 80 patients with pre-existing dry eye following cataract surgery
In standard cataract surgery
, the surgeon makes a tiny incision in the front of the eye, uses an ultrasound probe to remove the clouded lens, and replaces it with a clear intraocular lens implant.
Majority of patients had 6/6-6/12 vision by the end of first three weeks of cataract surgery
These revolutionary new techniques can also be combined with Laser Cataract Surgery
to give glaucoma patients suffering vision loss due to cataracts a more precise and accurate procedure.
The study assessed 453 adults aged 49 years and older who were diagnosed with cataract-related vision impairment; overall, participants who had cataract surgery
lived longer than those who did not have the surgery.
3013) including 354 adults age 49 and older, those who had cataract surgery
had a 40 percent lower long-term mortality risk.
Abu Dhabi-based Samaya Specialized Center has launched the refractive laser cataract surgery
in collaboration with Alcon Pharmaceuticals, a leader in eye care, with its LenSx laser machine.
Matos (Instituto Espaillat Cabral, Dominican Republic), Agarwal, and Lindstrom compile seven chapters in this volume, the first in a two-volume set, which brings together ophthalmologists from India, Spain, the US, and South America to outline aspects of cataract surgery
for residents, fellows, medical students, and practicing ophthalmologists.