JAYPEE'S VIDEO ATLAS OF OPHTHALMIC SURGERY (WITH 16 INTERACTIVE) -Garg
Publish Year 2013
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover Type Hard Back
With CD/DVD Yes
Weight (Grams) 1635
Ophthalmic Surgery Technology has undergone rapid advancements and innovations, especially in the last 10 years. New technologies offer to improve the surgical safety, efficiency, speed and versatility of surgical techniques. With new technologies, all subspecialties of Ophthalmology have gone to maximize use of outpatient ambulatory surgery centers with a minimal postoperative hospital stay. The new technologies, especially Femtosecond Laser Refractive and Cataract Surgery, Robot Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, 23G and 25G Posterior Segment Surgery and other new techniques offer more possibilities. It is mandatory for all the ophthalmic surgeons to master the new technologies and techniques. Video atlas is the best medium to learn these new techniques in the comfort of surgeons’ centers.
• This comprehensive and sophisticated video atlas comprises of more than 345 videos of some of the important and finest ophthalmic surgeries by approximately 200 contributors from all over the world. It would serve as a landmark reference not only for teaching residents in ophthalmic surgery practices, but also to experienced surgeons.
• Authored by Dr Garg and other eminent guest editors, this video atlas includes some of the most interesting cases, most advanced techniques of ophthalmic surgical procedures as well as some highly advanced investigative procedures guiding the way into the future.
• This revised and updated second edition through its high quality videos demonstrates step by step, the latest techniques involved in both anterior and posterior segment surgeries along with a narration. The new technologies, especially Femtosecond Laser Refractive and Cataract Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery 23G and 25G, Posterior Segment Surgery and other new techniques have been described in the second edition.
• Ophthalmic Surgeons who are interested in their respective subspecialties can view the videos of their interest, as the major ophthalmic surgery clippings have been incorporated in individual sections. For example, section 1 and 2 deal with cataract and corneal refractive surgery, section 3 with lenticular refractive surgery, section 4-9 deal respectively with glaucoma surgeries, pediatric ophthalmology, strabismus, oculoplasty, retina and section 10 consists of miscellaneous surgeries and new techniques including those using the Fugo plasma blade, radiation plaque insertion and removal, and enucleation.