Before and after cataract surgery we will measure the thickness of the central area of the retina, and compare this between groups. In addition, visual acuity and quality of life will be evaluated.
We expect that administration of anti-inflammatory drugs during cataract surgery improves vision and comfort for patients and decreases costs. It may also alleviate the burden on homecare organizations.
|Project Leader||Project Amount||Title||Status|
|Dr. Jan Willem Beenakker The Netherlands||€650,195||Virtual Refractive Surgery for the Prevention Of Negative Dysphotopsia (“vRESPOND”)||COMPLETED||View study|
|Joaquim Carlos Neto Murta Portugal||€306,071||NECSUS-Neuroadaptation after Cataract and Refractive Surgery Study||COMPLETED||View study|
|Prof. Oliver Findl Austria||€549,643||Influence of posterior vitreous detachment on retinal detachment after lens surgery in myopic eyes (MYOPRED)||IN PROGRESS||View study|
|Nineke Visser The Netherlands||€749,707||The EPICAT study: Effectiveness of Periocular drug Injection in CATaract surgery||IN PROGRESS||View study|
|Mayank Nanavaty UK||€72,965.88||MERoV: the Monofocal Extended Range of Vision Study||IN PROGRESS||View study|
|Gary P. Misson UK||€29,780||Cataract, age related Macular degeneration and Polarization perception: the “CaMPoL Study”||IN PROGRESS||View study|
|Rudy Nuijts The Netherlands||—||PREvention of Macular EDema after cataract surgery (PREMED) Study Portal||COMPLETED||View study|
|Peter Barry Ireland||—||Endophthalmitis Study Portal||COMPLETED||View study|