Cole Eye Institute Outcomes
Intraoperative Complications (N = 896)
An analysis of intraoperative complications for 896 surgical procedures revealed no complications in 99.5% of cases. Iatrogenic retinal breaks (0.4%) and posterior capsule rupture (0.1%) were the only complications noted.
Postoperative Complications (N = 896)
An analysis of postoperative complications in patients who returned to the operating room within 90 days of surgery revealed that 92.1% out of a total of 896 cases performed in 2021 had no postoperative complications. The most prevalent postoperative complications were complicated retinal detachment (3.7%), simple retinal detachment (1.7%), infection-related (0.7%), vitreous hemorrhage (0.6%), macular hole (0.6%), lens-related (0.6%), and other (0.1%), which included a case each of silicone oil and trauma.