Infectious Endophthalmitis in Adult Eyes Receiving Boston Type I Keratoprosthesis
Ophthalmology,  Clinical Article

Ramchandran RS et al. – Infectious endophthalmitis after K–Pro implantation has a higher incidence, delayed onset, and high risk for recurrence compared with postoperative endophthalmitis associated with more common intraocular procedures such as cataract surgery. The concurrent use of topical vancomycin is recommended because it seems to be important in reducing the incidence and recurrence of endophthalmitis and because fluoroquinolone ophthalmic drops do not seem to be sufficient prophylaxis in these eyes.

Please login or register to follow this author.
► Click here to access PubMed, Publisher and related articles...
<< Previous Article | Next Article >>

Your Unread Messages in Medical Student

See All >> Messages include industry-sponsored communications and special communications from MDLinx

Most Popular Medical Student Articles

Indexed Journals in Medical Student: Academic Medicine, BMC Medical Education, Medical Teachermore