Cataract Surgery

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Coughing Fit During Cataract Surgery Costs Patient Her Vision in 1 Eye; Docs Shell Out $1.35M

At issue: whether the coughing started before or during the case.

Posted 10/31/17 | 1 comment

Numerous Cases of a Potentially Blinding Condition Have Been Tied to Vancomycin Injections

Although the cause of hemorrhagic occlusive retinal vasculitis is currently unproven, there is a strong association with the use of intraocular vancomycin, says FDA.

Posted 10/04/17 | Post a comment

Cataract Surgery Technology Update

Forget the marketing pitches — our reader survey reveals what's making a real difference in eye surgery today.

Posted 08/02/17 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | 1 comment

Avoid Complications in Cataract Surgery

How to steer clear of common, but preventable, post-operative adverse events.

Posted 06/19/17 | Samuel Masket, MD | Post a comment

Did Compounded Antibiotic-steroid Formulation Cause Cataract Patients' Vision Problems?

So far, as many as 50 cataract patients have reported worsening visual acuity.

Posted 04/27/17 | Post a comment

Your Options for Managing Small Pupils

The list of devices and drugs for pupillary dilation and maintenance is growing.

Posted 04/06/17 | Jim Burger, Senior Editor | Post a comment

Can We Eradicate Endophthalmitis?

7 preventive measures to guard against this rare but sight-threatening complication.

Posted 03/15/17 | Eileen Beltramba, RN, BS, COT, CRNO | 4 comments

3 Amazing Advances in Refractive Cataract Surgery

Outfit your facility to deliver the optimum outcomes savvy patients are demanding.

Posted 01/31/17 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Fine-Tune Your Cataract Cases

5 tips to improve your efficiency.

Posted 11/01/16 | Robert Calandra, Contributing Editor | 1 comment

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