We offer Short Term phaco- emulsification Training at JPM Hospital, Cuttak to young trainee ophthalmologist. The aim is to train candidates in phacoemulsification surgery as well as in the maintenance of phaco machines.
Course overview of Short Term Phaco-emulsification Training
A state of the art wetlab facility which provides phacoemulsification training on animal eyes. Candidates will have exposure to the phaco machine at the centre prior to performing real time surgery.
Access to various standard and high end phaco machines and foldable IOLs Structured classes on the maintenance and servicing of phacoemulsification machines and their accessories.
Surgeries supervised by senior instructors until surgeon gains confidence to perform independent surgeries
Postoperative review of cases by senior consultants.
Various video assisted lectures including Phaco Dynamics, Phaco Techniques, Newer Phaco Technologies,
Phaco in Challenging Cases, Newer IOLs etc
Maintenance of case records for future personal use
JPM hospital was built in collaboration with Sight Savers International (SSI), formerly known as Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind, UK. The institute has performed more than 1,45,000 eye surgeries and more than 14,00,000 people have been provided eye care treatment. It is today one of the leading hospitals in Eastern India providing eye care in super specialties like Retina, Cornea, Low Vision, Glaucoma, Paediatric Eye Care, etc.
Initially set up for undertaking cataract surgeries mainly, the institution has now grown to be a Referral Tertiary Centre of excellence. Equipped with the most modern facilities, skilled eye care professionals and an extremely dedicated staff, JPM Hospital is committed to clinical excellence, personalized patient care and best eye care services 24×7, 365 days a year.
Clinical and Academic components of Training:Structures Course Syllabus , Surgical Assistance to faculty , Wet-lab Session , Supervised Surgery , Independent Surgery , Surgical Video recording and review, Course Certificate