Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 2/5/2014
Learn how to eliminate eye drops from your cataract post-operative routine. Based on the work of Gills et al. and refined by Galloway and Liegner, this short video demonstrates injection of TriMoxiVanc to the vitreous cavity without breaking the capsule or utilizing a pars plans approach. This ophthalmic compound contains a stable solution of moxifloxacin, vancomycin and triamcinolone. A tuberculin syringe and a 27-gauge cannula are used to instill .2cc of medication. Experience with this compound now exceeds 14,000 procedures. Less than 10% of patients requiring steroid rescue at some point in their post-operative management.
Cataract • Cataract Complications • Cataract Surgery • Cataracts • Steroids • Strabismus