Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

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Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology (IJCEO) is open access, a peer-reviewed medical journal, published quarterly, online, and in print, by the Innovative Education and Scientific Research Foundation (IESRF) since 2015. To fulfill our aim of rapid dissemination of knowledge, we publish articles ‘Ahead of Print’ on acceptance. In addition, the journal allows free access (Open Access) of its content, which is likely to attract more readers and citations of articles more...


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Vishaka Naik*, Ugam P .S Usgaonkar


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Visual outcomes and intraoperative complications of small incision cataract surgery performed by junior residents in GMC


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Author Details : Vishaka Naik*, Ugam P .S Usgaonkar

Volume : 7, Issue : 4, Year : 2021

Article Page : 687-690

https://doi.org/10.18231/j.ijceo.2021.138



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Abstract

Aims: To evaluate in intraoperative complications of MSICS performed by Junior Residents and to compare the incidences of major complications in the first six months of training versus last six months of training.
Materials and Methods: It is a retrospective type of study. From March 2018 to February 2019 a total of 293 manual SICS were conducted by the Junior Residents in Department of Ophthalmology. Each of the patients underwent a detailed ophthalmological examination preoperatively and underwent MSICS under peribulbar anesthesia. Consents for surgeries were obtained from each patient.
Following intraoperative complications were noted: tunnel related complications, capsulorrhexis related complications, Iridodialysis, posterior capsular rent, zonular dialysis, vitreous leak, surgical aphakia, Descemet membrane detachment, placement of ACIOL, Nucleus drop and IOL drop. The patient’s immediate postoperative vision was also noted.
Statistical analysis used: SPSS version 15.0.
Results: Tunnel related complications were found in 13.98% patients either as scleral button holing or premature entry. Posterior capsular rents and bag disinsertion were found in total of 11.94% patients owing to which 3.07% were left aphakic. 63.13% patients had visual acuity better than 6/12 by snellens chart on first postoperative day.
Conclusions: Performance of adequate anterior capsulotomy, minimal handling of the cornea and avoidance of posterior capsular rent are some of the challenges faced by the residents while learning MSICS. Stepwise supervised training can help a resident doctor master these steps while keeping the complications at acceptably low levels.
Key Messages: Stepwise supervised training of residents performing MSICS can minimize complications
 

Keywords: MSICS, Resident, Intraoperative complications.


How to cite : Naik V, Usgaonkar U P ., Visual outcomes and intraoperative complications of small incision cataract surgery performed by junior residents in GMC. Indian J Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2021;7(4):687-690

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