Simplifying Phacoemulsification: Safe and Efficient Methods for Cataract Surgery

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Slack, 1997 - Medical - 223 pages
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In Simplifying Phacoemulsification, Paul Koch explains how to clearly understand and embrace phacoemulsification. He takes the essential concepts and makes them Simpler...more clear, lucid, and understandable. This book will make your life easier by examining topics such as intraocular anesthesia instead of needles or eyedrops and corneal incisions instead of scleral ones. With improved technology, external forces, and new information, your perspective and how you approach surgery will change. This book will help you reevaluate phacoemulsification, and your individual technique. Paul discusses important procedures such as Hydrodissection, Divide & Conquer, the Phaco Chop, Stop & Chop, and now ViscoExpression and Vacuum-Cleaner Phacoemulsification, clarifying each in his easy to understand style. New information on the importance of Embracing Efficiency and Operating Room Efficiencies is also included.

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