Keys for Successful Postoperative Management Elective IOL Practice

February 2010
Review of Optometry;Feb2010 Supplement, Vol. 147, p10
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The author discusses tips for successful postoperative management in intraocular lens (IOL) practice. He cites the important responsibility of optometrists in educating patients about postoperative care as well as the specific areas to consider to ensure optimal outcomes. It further advises optometrists to encourage their patients to communicate with them constantly to monitor the progress of the cataract surgery as well as inspire family members to get involved in cataract consultations.


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