Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course (PMDC)
Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course
Why Learn the differences between Phacoemulsification to MSICS?
The Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course (PMDC) by HelpMeSee is a comprehensive four-day virtual-reality simulation training program. It focuses on advancing and refining skills in Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) through extensive hands-on experience, offering over 20 hours of practice using the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator. This course is designed for ophthalmologists proficient in Phacoemulsification who are eager to master MSICS techniques.
Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) is a cost-effective surgical procedure for cataract removal. It involves a larger incision than Phacoemulsification, allowing manual lens extraction. MSICS provides a viable option, particularly in resource-constrained settings, delivering successful outcomes for cataract patients.
For Phacoemulsification surgeons looking to broaden their skill set, mastering MSICS is a valuable endeavor. Surgeons will benefit from learning the meticulous technique required to manually remove the cataractous lens through a self-sealing incision, minimizing complications and improving patient outcomes. MSICS proficiency allows for cost-effective, high-quality cataract surgery, particularly in resource-limited settings where Phacoemulsification equipment may not be readily available. Diversifying surgical skills to include MSICS expands a surgeon’s capabilities and empowers them to cater to a broader patient demographic with varying needs.
Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course Coverage
Our meticulously crafted PMDC is designed to equip eye surgeons with the skills needed to execute the complete MSICS procedure confidently.
The training program emphasizes the distinctive surgical procedures involved in Phacoemulsification and MSICS. This encompasses variations in incision size and placement, creating a larger circular tear in the anterior lens capsule during capsulorrhexis, employing specific techniques for lens extraction, nucleus disassembly, manual irrigation and aspiration of cortical material, and the typical placement of the IOL in either the capsular bag or sulcus.
Experience the Transformation
Enter into the realm of our innovative HelpMeSee Eye Surgery simulator. It offers a distinct and safe environment where aspiring professionals can experiment, learn from mistakes, and refine their surgical expertise until they attain the desired proficiency level. This simulation tool provides a comprehensive assessment of performance, encompassing both subjective and objective aspects.
Our simulator faithfully reproduces the surgical setting with unparalleled precision, delivering incredibly lifelike tactile responses. The handpieces accurately replicate the force feedback encountered during real surgical procedures, ensuring an engaging and realistic learning journey. You will practice on a virtual eye that strikingly resembles an actual eye, made achievable through cutting-edge technology. The HelpMeSee Simulator precisely mimics the intricacies of surgical maneuvers, including angles, forces, friction, fluid dynamics, and resistance. All of this is complemented by visually impressive and touch-sensitive feedback.
Elevate your surgical expertise with our advanced HelpMeSee Eye Surgery simulator. Immerse yourself in a training experience that mirrors reality so closely, enhancing your confidence to perform successful surgeries. Embrace the future of surgical training today!
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The HelpMeSee mission is to eradicate preventable cataract blindness globally. We achieve this through an innovative, scalable simulation-based cataract surgical training program. Our program covers Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS), Phacoemulsification Simulation-based Training Course (PSTC), Suturing Simulation-based Training Course (SSTC), Complications Management Course (CMC), Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course (PMDC), and MSICS to Phacoemulsification Differences Course (MPDC). These offerings empower eye care professionals to refine their skills, master vital procedures, and excel in ophthalmology. We are dedicated to restoring vision for those with severe visual impairment and cataract-induced blindness worldwide.
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