Watch the Surgical Video
Michael Raizman, MD demonstrates the use of the ReSure Sealant to prevent fluid egress from a leaking primary clear corneal incision of a cataract case. The patient had an actively leaking wound that was also bleeding. Dr. Raizman hydrated and dried the wound with Weck-Cel spears, and then applied the ReSure Sealant to ensure a watertight seal. After 20 seconds the ReSure Sealant is fully polymerized and one can see him testing the wound to actually demonstrate the fact the wound is sealed.
- superior to sutures for preventing postoperative egress
- significantly less adverse events
- 50% of clear corneal incisions exhibited spontaneous wound leakage after cataract surgery
Viewing this training video and understanding the information provided is needed by the physician to become certified to order and use the ReSure Sealant in clinical practice. At the end of the training video, the health care professional will be asked to fill out and submit the training completion form to receive the ReSure Sealant training certificate via email. Please refer to the ReSure Sealant Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings and precautions prior to device use.