Kamran M. Riaz, MD | Intravitreal Injection Regimen Superior to Postop Drops After Cataract Surgery

Dr. Riaz – Intravitreal Injection Regimen Superior
to Postop Drops After Cataract Surgery

 

In this video perspective from the virtual American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, Kamran M. Riaz, MD, clinical associate professor at Dean McGee Eye Institute, discusses a study comparing intravitreal injection of antibiotic and steroid at the time of cataract surgery compared with a standard postoperative topical drop regimen of antibiotic, steroid, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID).

 

 

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