Small incision cataract surgery
An effective cataract surgeon in the developing world is one who is doing high volume, low cost and low complication surgery. For many of these effective cataract surgeons, the operation of choice is now sutureless non-phaco cataract extraction, and others are changing to this technique.
Articles in this issue –
- Sutureless non-phaco cataract surgery: a solution to reduce worldwide cataract blindness?
- Sutureless cataract surgery: principles and steps
- Clinical trial of manual small incision surgery and standard extracapsular surgery
- Care of ophthalmic surgical instruments
- Sutureless cataract extraction: complications, management and learning curves
- What is evidence-based ophthalmology? Introducing the Cochrane Eyes and Vision Group
- Training centres and learning resources for small incision cataract
- Letters to the Editor
News and notices –
- MSc Community Eye Health and Short Course Community Eye Health and VISION 2020
- New Standard List
- Royal College of Ophthalmologists: Examination Calendar 2004 (UK and Overseas)
- Why do women carry the greater burden of blindness, and what can be done?
- A l’attention des lecteurs de langue française
- News for Ophthalmic Nurse Readers
- Do you have a story to tell?
- Seventh General Assembly of IAPB: Rescheduled Venue and Dates
- How to access the Journal of Community Eye Health
- Tanzanian Distribution of the Journal
- Community Eye Health Journal CD-ROM