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MECHANICS OF OPHTHALMIC SURGERY – TISSUES, TOOLS, AND THOUGHTS (MOST) COURSE

Benefits of MOST Training

Would you like to improve your observation experience in the OR and learn how to interact with tissues efficiently and develop surgical judgment? Enroll in our simulation-based Mechanics of Ophthalmic Surgery – Tools, Tissues, Thoughts (MOST) course. Certified instructors provide feedback based on simulator data captured in real-time so that you can improve your surgical skills and judgment.

MOST Training

Skills to make incisions, perform dissections, manage intraocular interactions, and fluidics are essential in MSICS, clear corneal phacoemulsification cases, secondary intraocular lens implantation, and trabeculectomy.

During the MOST course, your instructor will use the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator generated graphic overlays and real-time feedback to analyze your surgical skills and improve your understanding and performance.

The course is taught using facilitated discussions on the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator. Participants will receive a Training Certificate of Completion.

 

MOST Course Coverage & Objectives 

The MOST Course consists of three Modules. Each course is designed to teach specific skills related to performing MSICS. The objectives of each course are:

1.

The Ocular Incisions and Dissections Module

  • Trainees will be able to see how simulation resembles the human eye and appreciate real-time haptic feedback
  • Trainees will learn how to use the instruments that are required in tunnel construction and the associated risks and complications
  • Trainees will be able to understand the use of the remaining instruments used in surgery

2.

The Intraocular Interactions Module

  • Trainees will be able to understand the interaction between ocular tissues and tools used for cataract removal and IOL insertion.

3.

The Fluidics and Restoring the Eye to Physiologic Conditions Module

  • Trainees will learn the concepts related to intraocular fluidics and how to perform removal of the cortex.

 

For more information on the Mechanics of Ophthalmic Surgery – Tools, Tissues and Thoughts Course, visit our Frequently Asked Questions About the MOST Course page.

It’s going to overall improve the quality of the surgeries and the outcomes for the patients. The patients are going to be the real beneficiaries of this.

Dr. R.D. Ravindran

Chairman, Aravind Eye Care System, India

As a firm believer in the benefits of virtual reality simulation training to reduce complications and improve patient care, we envision using the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator as another tool in advancing medical research, education, and practice.

Barry Issenberg, MD

Director, Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education, USA

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