Laser-Assisted Vs. Conventional Clinical Outcomes and Surgical Technique with Torsional Modality Leading to Low Endothelial Cell Loss | ASCRS
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Film 78052: Laser-Assisted Vs. Conventional Clinical Outcomes and Surgical Technique with Torsional Modality Leading to Low Endothelial Cell Loss
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 78052
Presenting Author: Yoshitaka Oka, MD
Producers: Valentine Injev, BEng, MBA; Noriyuki Sasaki
Category: Cataract/Implant Surgery

In a randomized, comparative study, cumulative dissipated energy (CDE) and ECL after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery was compared with manual. The results suggested that surgical parameters surgical parameters such as technique, equipment, and accessories likely contributed to lower CDE that resulted in considerably lower ECL than previously reported levels in the literature.

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