SS5L1: The Use of Prophylactic Antibiotics for Cataract Surgery – Prevention Is Better Than Cure
Venue: 374 Cardigan Street, VIC, 3053
Provider: Australian College of Optometry
Contact: Sisiely Wong, [E] firstname.lastname@example.org, [P] 03 9349 7477
- List the modes of administration of antibiotics before, during and after cataract surgery to minimise the risk of postoperative endophthalmitis.
- Explain the considerations when selecting perioperative topical antibiotics and the dosage of the drugs.
- Discuss the safety and efficacy of intracameral (IC) antibiotics during cataract surgery for reducing endophthalmitis after surgery.
Max points awarded: 3.00
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