Quiz time: This patient has floppy iris syndrome from tamsulosin use and you are experiencing iris prolapse during his cataract surgery. All of a sudden, the red-reflex diminishes from iris bleeding. How to you solve this case?
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Dr Uday, does placing an air bubble in AC at the end of the case help in controlling any rebleed?
It can help but it’s not a guarantee if no more bleeding
Thank you for your video resources. Truly amazing effort on your part, and even 5 years out of training I learn an utilize something new thanks to you. What are your thoughts on lowering the IOP before coming out of the eye with the IA probe? If I have a IFIS case after visco removal with IA I will shut off infusion and wiggle in the incision to lower the IOP before completely coming out of the eye. This will reduce any IOP gradient and hopefully prevent prolapse. I then hydrate the incision and refill AC. Thanks again
Yes, great move. I often do this as well.
Sir how did you keep the iop up?