Farhad Hafezi (Elza Institute) talks about his experiences of cross-linking at the slip lamp and answers the most common questions his peers have on carrying out the procedure at the slip lamp compared to the operating theatre.
1. Cross-linking (CXL) is usually performed in the operating room, what are the advantages of performing it at the slit lamp?
2. Can a patient stay at the slit lamp for so long?
3. Does CXL at the slit lamp carry a risk for infection?
4. How does the patient’s position affect riboflavin distribution?
5. How has the effectiveness of CXL at the slit lamp been demonstrated?
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