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Cataract Surgery

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Looking at the Latest Trends in Cataract Surgery

Our annual reader survey reveals ophthalmic facilities continue to embrace new technologies even as COVID-19 impacts case volumes and patient confidence.

Posted 08/10/20 | Joe Paone | Post a comment

6 Exciting Developments in Cataract Surgery

These neat new innovations could propel the specialty to new heights.

Posted 07/14/20 | T. Hunter Newsom, MD | Post a comment

Stretcher Chairs at Your Service

Keeping patients on a single surface throughout their stay is key to our cataract surgery success.

Posted 06/11/20 | Victoria Wiltshire, MBA, RN | Post a comment

Tackling Cataract Surgery's Biggest Issue

Surgeons want to reduce or eliminate the number of post-op medications patients are required to self-administer.

Posted 03/19/20 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Should You Switch to Disposable Cataract Supplies?

Cost, safety and environmental impact all play a role, but surgeon preference is still paramount.

Posted 02/11/20 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

Considering the Costs of Complex Cataracts

There's a case to be made for adding to the expense of procedures with already thin profit margins.

Posted 10/14/19 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | 1 comment

What's New for Your Cataract Procedures

In search of better surgical outcomes at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) Annual Meeting.

Posted 08/12/19 | Robert S. Bailey, MD | Post a comment

Pointers to Prevent Posterior Capsular Rupture

Devices and drugs to avoid the complication every cataract surgeon dreads - when the capsular bag unexpectedly breaks during the case.

Posted 05/16/19 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Call in the Big Guns to Deal With Small Pupils

These drugs and devices promise to take the challenge out of the challenging cataract cases.

Posted 01/15/19 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Cool Cataract Surgery Advances

These innovations promise to take ophthalmology's tried-and-true procedure to the next level.

Posted 12/13/18 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

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