Tuesday, May 30, 2006
IOP- mild IOP rises you can treat with the usual topical medications orgive oral diamox. If the IOP is very high check for pupillary block- theyhave 2 PIs per eye but it's possible the PIs are blocked by residualoccucoat.Try to see the ICL through the pupil with the slit beam and try to see thedistance between the ICL and the cyrstalline lens. It should be about thesame width as the cornea thru the slit beam. If you can make a goodestimation, go ahead and write it in the chart under "vault"- the distancebetween the ICL and the lens.
Posted by Dr. Kevin on May 30, 2006