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Zastosowanie technik miniinwazyjnych w chirurgii zaćmy i witrektomii

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The use of minimally invasive techniques in cataract surgery and vitrectomy
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Nowadays, there is a tendency in ophthalmic surgery of minimising of a diameter of tools and surgical wounds. The use of small diameter instruments for cataract surgery (1.8 to 2.2 mm of incision) and vitrectomy (23G, 25G, 27G) may result in smaller incisions, shorter treatment and faster recovery after the procedure. Thereby, to this day a lot of effort has been put in ophthalmic surgery to miniaturize surgical tools and to minimize area of the injury. New operating machines allow to perform high-speed cutting (7,500/min), and allow easy change between the module vitrectomy and phacoemulsification. Development of new techniques for the cataract surgery has necessitated the emergence of new surgical instruments, machine for phacoemulsification and new intraocular lenses. Anatomic and functional outcomes of microincision vitrectomy and cataract surgery have improved when compared to the procedures carried out by conventional techniques, an additional benefit is greater patient satisfaction.
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W chirurgii okulistycznej od wielu lat dąży się do miniaturyzowania narzędzi oraz minimalizowania ran operacyjnych. Zastosowanie instrumentarium o małej średnicy w chirurgii zaćmy (cięcie od 1,8 do 2,2 mm) i witrektomii (23G, 25G i 27G) umożliwia wykonywanie małych cięć, co eliminuje szycie oraz skraca czas zabiegu, a następnie przyspiesza powrót do zdrowia po operacji. Nowe systemy operacyjne do witrektomii pozwalają na przeprowadzenie zabiegu chirurgicznego dużej szybkości cięć (7500/min) oraz umożliwiają łatwą zmianę pomiędzy modułem witrektomii i fakoemulsyfikacji. Rozwój nowych technik operacji zaćmy wymógł pojawienie się nowych narzędzi chirurgicznych, urządzeń do fakoemulsyfikacji, a także nowych soczewek wewnątrzgałkowych. Wyniki anatomiczne i funkcjonalne technik małego cięcia w witrektomii i operacji zaćmy są lepsze niż rezultaty zabiegów wykonywanych konwencjonalnymi technikami. Dodatkową korzyścią jest większe zadowolenie pacjentów.
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