[Same-eye comparison of pupillary dilation with an intraoperative standardized intracameral combination of mydriatics (Mydrane®) versus a preoperative ophthalmic (Mydriasert®) in standard cataract surgery in non-diabetic patients (French translation of the article)]. - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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[Same-eye comparison of pupillary dilation with an intraoperative standardized intracameral combination of mydriatics (Mydrane®) versus a preoperative ophthalmic (Mydriasert®) in standard cataract surgery in non-diabetic patients (French translation of the article)].

Comparaison intra-individuelle de la dilatation pupillaire par une solution intracamérulaire standardisée combinée de mydriatiques (Mydrane®) en peropératoire versus un insert ophtalmique (Mydriasert®) en préopératoire dans la chirurgie de la cataracte standard de patients non diabétiques

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Introduction: Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in the world, and its success depends in part on the quality of mydriasis. Purpose: To compare, for the same eye, the pupillary dilation obtained with Mydrane® (standardized intracameral solution of 0.02% tropicamide, combined with 0.31% phenylephrine and 1% lidocaine) intraoperatively versus Mydriasert® (0.28mg tropicamide insert and 5.4mg phenylephrine) with a contact time between 45 and 60 minutes in the preoperative period. Methods: Single center prospective study from November 2016 to January 2018 at the Laveran Army Instructional Hospital in Marseille. Patients referred for surgery were dilated at the preoperative consultation with Mydriasert®. The pupillary diameter after 45-60 minutes of contact with the insert was manually measured, by two different examiners, through the "iris image" tab of the Pentacam® elevation topography. Patients were dilated on the day of their cataract surgery with 0.2cc of Mydrane® injected in the anterior chamber through a paracentesis. Thirty seconds later, prior to injection of viscoelastic, an eye photograph was taken by screen capture. The pupillary diameter was evaluated by two different examiners with to the Piximeter 5.9 metrology software. The difference in pupil dilation between Mydriasert® and Mydrane® was tested with the paired series Student t-test. Results: In total, 111 eyes of 82 patients were included. Mydriasert® achieved a mean pupillary dilation of 7.21±0.79mm. The mydriasis obtained with Mydrane® averaged 6.35±0.8mm. This difference of 0.86mm was statistically significant (P<0.001) with a confidence interval of 95% [-0.97; -0.74]. Conclusion: On average, Mydrane® dilates the pupil less than Mydriasert®. However, the mydriasis obtained with Mydrane® remains comfortable for the performance of the capsulorhexis. It helps save preoperative time and affords additional anesthetic to the cataract surgery. Nevertheless, the use of Mydriasert® is beneficial when extra mydriasis is required.
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inserm-03026017 , version 1 (26-11-2020)

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A. de Faria, R. Giorgi, M. Cohen Salmon, S. Bonnel, G. Holweck, et al.. Comparaison intra-individuelle de la dilatation pupillaire par une solution intracamérulaire standardisée combinée de mydriatiques (Mydrane®) en peropératoire versus un insert ophtalmique (Mydriasert®) en préopératoire dans la chirurgie de la cataracte standard de patients non diabétiques. Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie, 2019, 42 (10), pp.1068-1077. ⟨10.1016/j.jfo.2019.02.015⟩. ⟨inserm-03026017⟩

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