Aurotube – MSICS in Lens Induced Glaucomas

Aurotube – MSICS in Lens Induced Glaucomas

Author: Aravind Eye Hospital, Pondicherry   Source: Aurotube   This video, created in 2018 by the Aravind Eye Hospital Pondicherry and made available on Aurotube, won an award at the ASCRS Film Festival. It addresses how to use the Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) technique to carefully perform cataract surgery in lens induced glaucomas, which are widespread in underserved communities.   Citation: Aravind Eye Hospital Pondicherry. “MSICS…

Complication Management in MSICS – Glenn Strauss MD

Author: Glenn Strauss, MD Source: Vision Outreach International and Global Sight Alliance, shared on YouTube.com This video, created by Vision Outreach International/ Global Sight Alliance and hosted on YouTube.com, is a presentation by Dr. Glenn Strauss that discusses how to manage intraoperative challenges and complications that might arise while performing Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS). The discussion includes a toolkit…

What to Do When: Steps to Manage Complication during Manual SICS Cataract Surgery

Presenter: Prathmesh Mehta  Source: eyetube.net  Featured on eyetube.net, this is a collection of video clips demonstrating common complications that occur during cataract surgery and how to address them accordingly. If these complications are recognized quickly and addressed properly, serious complications like PC tear and nucleus drop can be avoided and the situation can be resolved with “good visual outcome.”   Citation: Mehta, Prathmesh. “What to Do When: Steps…

Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery Complications

Author/Presenter: Janak M. Shah, MD Source: SEE International This lecture, from one of SEE International’s Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) Level 1 courses, was created by SEE doctor and MSICS course instructor Janak Shah, MD in 2019. The presentation addresses complications that might arise (early, intra-operative, early post-operative, and late post-operative) and describes how to successfully manage such complications.…