Apr 20, 2022
Join White as he discusses the burden cataract post-operative
regimens place on both patients and staff, and ways to “stop the
madness.” He also gives a history of cataract post-op and the
breakthroughs that led to today’s most common regimens.
- Disclaimer :09
- Intro :24
- Let’s talk about post-op drop regimens for cataract surgery
- Financial disclosures :53
- Asking specialists from around the country two important
- Question 1: ”What is your definition of health?”
- The “best” answer 3:47
- Question 2: ”What is your perioperative cataract surgery drop
- The most common regimens 5:18
- The rise in publications about using antibiotics inside the eye
- “Revolutionaries” who stopped using steroids post-op to reduce
patient drop burden 10:19
- One drop of topical NSAID a day vs. steroids post-op
- White’s study: moxifloxacin vs. moxifloxacin and dexamethasone
- How can we get to a “dropless” situation?
- Why are patients continuing with topical antibiotics when
they’re also using intracameral antibiotic injections?
- There should be fewer eye drops and medications in eye drops
surrounding cataract surgery 22:05
- “Stop the madness” - Reducing the post-op medication burden on
both patients and staff 24:58
- Outro 25:43
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