Today, with improved techniques and surgical technology, cataract surgery outcomes and patient expectations have greatly increased. It is therefore important that surgeons be able to give a superlative intraoperative performance time after time, even in challenging ocular environments, such as small pupils, floppy irides, dense cataracts, zonular weakness, vitrectomised eyes and high myopic eyes. The discussion will include what technique modifications should be made, and how the fluidics parameters as well as ultrasound energy should be used to their best, so that surgeons can ensure clear corneas, quiet eyes, and bespoke surgical outcomes predictably and reproducibly in every situation. It will be useful to both, beginner surgeons, as well as experienced surgeons.
Lecturer: Dr. Abhay R. Vasavada, Raghudeep Eye Hospital, India