Retrobulbar, peribulbar and subtenons anaesthetic blocks remain the gold standard for cataract surgeries. Whilst regarded as safe, unfortunate consequences can, and do occur as a result of misdirected infusion needle or canula. This 4 minute video depicts the author’s first steps in developing a technique of ultrasonic surveillance during the administration of a cataract block. This will increase both reliability and safety of this procedure.
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