It was a pleasure to catch up with our valued Editorial Board member, David Chang (University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA), who shared his views on the benefits and risks of bilateral cataract surgery, evidence supporting the use of immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery, as well as his views on factors to be considered when selecting patients for bilateral cataract surgery and tips for minimizing complications.
- What are the benefits and risks of bilateral cataract surgery and what evidence supports the use of immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery? (00:13)
- What factors should be considered when selecting patients for this procedure? (3:40)
- What tips would you like to share for minimizing complications? (04:24)
Speaker Disclosure: David Chang is a consultant for RxSight.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media Ltd. Interview conducted by Lisa Glass.
Filmed in coverage of ASCRS 2021.
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