Intravitreal injections have become a common treatment method for the management of retinal diseases. The procedure is simple, performed with local anaesthetic.
This book is a comprehensive guide to intravitreal injections for practising ophthalmologists. Divided into twelve chapters, it examines methods of injection and appropriate drugs for different ocular disorders. Each technique is described in detail, with discussion on complications and recommendations included.
This practical guide features more than 90 images and also includes a chapter on counselling and consent forms.
Practical guide to intravitreal injections for ophthalmologistsCovers variety of different techniques and drugsFeatures more than 90 imagesIncludes chapter on counselling and consent forms
Shalabh Sinha MBBS MS DNB Vitreo-Retinal Surgeon, Krishna Vitreo-Retina Surgery and Laser Centre, Patna, Bihar, India Lalit Verma MD Director, Centre for Sight, Vitreo-Retinal Surgeon, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India
Enzymatic Vitreolysis Intracameral Triamcinolone Intravitreal Triamcinolone Injection Intravitreal Antibiotics Avastin and Lucentis and their Role in Vitreoretinal Diseases Intravitreal Ozurdex Macugen Intraocular Dyes Complications of Intravitreal Injections Intravitreal Injection: Technique Counseling and Consent Forms for Intravitreal Injections Newer Treatments in Wet Age-related Macular Degeneration