A safe, non-invasive technique for elimination of anterior chamber Trypan blue used for anterior capsule staining in cataract surgery.
Conventional methods of eliminating Trypan blue dye from the anterior chamber (AC) may involve ëblindí cannula tip insertion into the AC to allow egress of the dye with viscoelastic. This may introduce a potential risk of complications resulting from cannula tip trauma. A novel and potentially safer technique is described. It is non-invasive, and is performed under direct vision, both in the instillation and removal of the dye.
Category: Surgical Technique
Topics: New techniques and challenging cases and their management.
GLISTENINGS IN INTRAOCULAR LENSES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND- A COLLABORATIVE SURGICAL QUALITY AUDIT OVER THE 24 MONTH PERIOD UP TO FEBRUARY 2017. FINDINGS OF THIS AUDIT OF LENSES IMPLANTED BETWEEN 1995 AND 2016, HIGHLIGHT THE ONGOING PRESENCE AND SEVERITY OF VACUOLES EVEN IN THE MOST RECENTLY IMPLANTED LENSES.