HelpMeSee MSICS eBook

The HelpMeSee Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery eBook is an interactive, customizable and engaging multimedia tool that provides essential study material for learning how to perform the surgery. The eBook provides standardized instruction in every aspect of eye surgery — It serves as a cognitive foundation before learning the surgical steps on the simulator.

Product Details:

  • Platform: Windows and Android
  • File Size: 2 GB
  • Publication Date: 12/2015
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 700

The eBook details cognitive aspects of the MSICS surgical procedure covering:

 

  • An introduction to the MSICS technique
  • Criteria for MSICS patient selection
  • Preoperative procedures
  • Standard procedure without any complications–speculum in to speculum out
  • MSICS procedural tasks
  • MSICS movements
  • Complications and their management
  • Postoperative care

Parts:

 

  1. Introduction to the eBook
  2. MSICS Fundamentals and Patient Selection
  3. Preoperative Procedures
  4. The MSICS Tunnel
  5. Cataract Removal
  6. Intraocular Lens (IOL) Design and Function
  7. Restoring the Eye to Physiological Conditions
  8. Advanced Surgical Scenarios, Challenges, Errors and Complications
  9. Ocular Healing and Postoperative Care

HelpMeSee MSICS eBook

Interactive Features

 The HelpMeSee Cataract Surgery eBook is an essential tool for training surgeons before they begin the Simulation Training Process.

This immersive application enables features that allows students to learn the MSICS procedure while customizing their own learning experience. These features include:

  • An easy access to all downloaded volumes in one click
  • A note-taking and highlighting tool
  • A glossary of new terminology
  • A bookmarks tab for tagging pages
  • A media index by chapter
  • A total of 48 chapters in 9 detailed parts

These options are available on all pages for easy and convenient access.

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