When we are watching a cataract surgery video to learn techniques from others, it is often difficult to understand the slight nuances which make the procedure successful. Slowing down the video to 1/3rd of the normal speed allows us to truly understand the maneuvers and understand the techniques.
This routine phaco chop cataract case is about 4.5 minutes in real time and while that is good for the patient because it is less traumatic, it is tough for my resident surgeons to grasp the techniques which may happen in just a second or less.
This video has a complete teaching voice-over track, both for the real-time video shown first and then for the 0.33x slow motion analysis.
Click below to learn from this video:
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