Yiran (Ian) Tan, Wilson Wong, David Sia, Shane Durkin, Jagjit Gilhotra, Weng Chan
This film demonstrates the use of a modified illuminated scleral depressor during unassisted vitreous base shaving. We assembled a cost-efficient instrument using a modified cotton swab as a disposable light pipe adapter. The modi- fied cotton swab is a substitute for specialised commercial adapters and allows light pipes of any gauge and make to be converted into a modified illuminated scleral depressor. Our instrument provided adequate transillumination of the peripheral retina, and is a cost-efficient and more accessible alternative to commercially available disposable caps.
Efficacy and safety of intravitreal pegcetacoplan in geographic atrophy: Results from the phase 3 DERBY and OAKS trials
A cost-effectiveness analysis of AcrySof IQ vivity intraocular lens from private health fund perspective in Australia
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on ophthalmic presentations to an Australian outer metropolitan and rural emergency department