Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 3/4/2015
The field of angle surgery is undergoing an exponential growth with many devices targeting this surgical space. However, there are a number of common variables surgeons need to consider when performing MIGS surgery. Using a case study, Shakeel Shareef, MD, highlights the essential components of anesthesia, control, and timing, known by the acronym ACT, that are necessary to not only optimize patient safety but also build surgical confidence.
Glaucoma • Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)