Dr John E. Taske
Synopsis: The presentation will tell the author’s story of what, up until that time, was Mt Everest’s greatest disaster. It will recount the usual tra- vails of an expedition to Everest 25 years ago, includ- ing an interesting ophthalmological incident that occurred and the patho-physiology of high altitude acclimatisation. Finally, it will describe the story of the summit attempt and the disaster that occurred, with details of decision making at altitude.
Impact on surgical outcomes of primary vitrectomy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with and without the use of 360 degree laser retinopexy
NEW ZEALAND CATARACT RISK STRATIFICATION (NZCRS): A PREOPERATIVE RISK STRATIFICATION SYSTEM FOR REDUCING COMPLICATIONS IN PHACOEMULSIFICATION CATARACT SURGERY
Development and validation of cataract risk calculator: An assessment and consent tool for surgeons and patients