Do you use irrigation dynamic pressure-assisted hydrodissection?


Findings in the journal Clinical Ophthalmology report that using the technique phacoemulsification was performed without complications in 607 of 609 cataract eyes.


Do you use the irrigation dynamic pressure assisted hydrodissection technique? 


Dr. Masuda in Japan does, and he published his findings in the journal Clinical Ophthalmology.


Using the technique he was able to perform phacoemulsification without complications in 607 of 609 cataract eyes.


The paper concludes it results from preventing hydro-dissection related complications.


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