Cataract Surgery

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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, Executive Editor | 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, Executive Editor | 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, Executive Editor | Post a comment

What's New in Cataract Medications

A look at 6 new drugs your surgeons might want to try.

Posted 11/19/18 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

There's That Cataract Van Again

Does outsourcing cataracts make sense for your facility?

Posted 09/14/18 | Sheila Boland, BSN, RN | Post a comment

2018 Cataract Survey: What's Hot and What's Not

Readers weigh in on new eye surgery technology, new drugs, new procedures and more.

Posted 08/16/18 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

What's New in Eye Surgery

Check out the nifty new products introduced at ASCRS this spring.

Posted 07/02/18 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

The Case for Adding Ophthalmic Lasers

These low-cost procedures provide plenty of bang for the buck.

Posted 05/08/18 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Anesthesia Alert: Cataract Surgeons Giving Anesthesia?

Insurer says anesthetists aren't needed for most cataract cases.

Posted 04/09/18 | JoEllen McBride, PhD | 5 comments

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