34th APACRS-2022 KSCRS Joint Meeting Final Program

FILM FESTIVAL 75 Film Festival FF1 – Cataract/Implant Surgery Title Producer FF1-01 IOP Controlled Hydrodissection in Floppy Iris Syndrome Thanapong SOMKIJRUNGROJ Thailand Hydrodissection creates the highest intraocular pressure during the phacoemulsification procedure. This pressure surge can create a hydrostatic pressure difference between anterior and posterior chambers thus can make the iris slip forward the ocular incision and contribute to acute iris prolapse especially in a case of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) that has a flaccid iris. We used the IOP controlled hydrodissection technique to decrease the risk of iris prolapse by inserting the phacoemulsification tip into the anterior chamber via main port. The phacoemulsification tip has the active sentry system which can balance fluid input and output of the anterior chamber to maintain the IOP during hydrodissection. FF1-02 Cataract Surgery in Eyes with Previous Phakic IOL Implantation Lucio BURATTO Italy Performing cataract surgery in eyes with previous phakic IOL implantation is increasingly common. This video shows different types of phakic IOL and explains various explant techniques with the pros and cons of each. FF1-03 Filling the Gap – Artificial Iris Intraocular Lenses Tabitha SCOTT Australia Loss of the iris results in glare, loss of accommodation and poor cosmesis. This video will describe the various types of artificial iris intraocular lenses (IOL), the current market availability and the surgical technique for the Reper artificial iris IOL insertion with postoperative outcomes. The Reper artificial IOL is the only available foldable hydrophobic acrylic IOL with an iris diaphragm. There are 1,200 colours available to match the patient’s existing iris. FF1-04 X-Center Technique: Fixing a damaged preloaded toric LuxSmart™ intraocular lens Carlos CRUZ Portugal LuxSmart™ is an enhanced depth of focus intraocular lens (IOL) whose centration is crucial for satisfactory results. We present a case of a 64-year-old woman with a preoperative uncorrected distance visual acuity (UDVA) of 20/32 in the right eye (OD), submitted to LuxSmart™ toric IOL implantation in which one of the haptics had been ripped out in the cartridge, resulting in a decentering of the lens. We decided to cut the diametrically opposite haptic in order to center the lens. At 5 months follow-up, the lens remained centered with the two remaining haptics, with UDVA OD of 20/20. This represented an improvised technique, endowed with simplicity and logic, which allowed us to avoid explantation of the lens. FF1-05 3 Techniques of IOL Insertion for ECCE Mantapond ITTARAT Thailand Extracapsular cataract extraction is a method for surgically removing a cataract. A 1-piece rigid IOL is placed in the capsular bag through the main incision and dialed into place using various techniques. This video series documents three standard and simple techniques of IOL implantation for extracapsular cataract extraction: onehanded method, two-handed method, and IOL rotation method. FF1-06 Development of a new irrigation/aspiration tip with a variable aspiration port Oki TETSUTARO Japan During cortical processing with the I/A tip, it is often difficult for the surgeon to handle epinuclei stuck in the lens capsule or small fragments that suddenly appear from the back of the iris. In this film, we report on the development of an I/A chip that can be used to change the size of the suction port during surgery, and how it can be used to solve such problems more safely and efficiently. FF1-08 Looking into the Shadows: Airflow dynamics in ophthalmic practice Vaishali VASAVADA India This film demonstrates and highlights the use of Schlieren shadowgraphic imaging in real-time clinical scenarios in order to document and understand airflow patterns during patient–surgeon interactions as well as surgical and instrumentation maneuvers. Further, it will help surgeons understand interventions that can make clinical practice safer in terms of infection control and patient outcomes. ePoster and video viewing stations are available in the exhibition area at Hall B2