Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-55] Endophthalmitis after Cataract Surgery
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
10:30 - 12:00
Room
Room 17 - Imperial Hotel 2F Peacock (East)
Topic
Cataract
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Tat Keong Chan、Chair)Quresh Maskati
Description
Endophthalmitis is one of the most devastating complications after cataract surgery. The course will discuss how to prevent, find and manage endophthalmitis after cataract surgery.

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-TH-55-1 / 

Cataract

Postoperative Endophthalmitis Around the World

Jonathon Ng

Postoperative Endophthalmitis Around the World

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-TH-55-2 / 

Cataract

Endophthalmitis or TASS? Clinical Approach for the Cataract Surgeon

Tat Keong Chan

Endophthalmitis or TASS? Clinical Approach for the Cataract Surgeon

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-TH-55-3 / 

Cataract

Minimizing the Risk of Endophthalmitis: What You Can Do and Undo in the Operating Theater

Meda Ravindra

Minimizing the Risk of Endophthalmitis: What You Can Do and Undo in the Operating Theater

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-TH-55-4 / 

Cataract

Practical Measures to Prevent Endophthalmitis after Cataract Surgery

Tetsuro Oshika

Practical Measures to Prevent Endophthalmitis after Cataract Surgery

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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Cataract

Surgical Pearls for the Treatment of Endophthalmitis: A Vitreoretinal Surgeon's Perspective

Mohan Rajan

Surgical Pearls for the Treatment of Endophthalmitis: A Vitreoretinal Surgeon's Perspective

Duration 13min, Q&A 2min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-TH-55-6 / 

Cataract

Dealing with Grieving and Hostile Patients and Relatives: Tips, Do's and Don'ts

Quresh Maskati

Dealing with Grieving and Hostile Patients and Relatives: Tips, Do's and Don'ts

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