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Europe Big 5 - Ophthalmic Surgical Procedure Volumes 2015

Europe Big 5 - Ophthalmic Surgical Procedure Volumes 2015

Europe Ophthalmic Procedures Volumes 2015 is a report adaptation of Quomeda’s most recent Surgical Procedures Volumes Database and includes procedure numbers available as a dataset and coded into a unique ICD9/ICD10 nomenclature.

This report focuses on operations on the Eye and contains procedures taken from the larger Europe Surgical Procedure Volumes 2015 also available for sale.

In addition to regular volumes, Quomeda also provides in this report information on the number of out-of-hospital procedures, the minimal invasive procedures ratio, the age groups and general trends (historical and forecast up to 2018).

Area Covered: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom

The Surgical Procedure Volumes database is a complete set of surgical & diagnostic procedures catalogued under the international ICD-9/ICD-10 nomenclature.

Thanks to our coding system, - not only will you be able to evaluate the data using international coding standards, but you will also be able to compare data across different countries - without getting lost in translation and by always making sure the same definition has been preserved.

The data is an ideal blend of primary & secondary research analysis, and is updated annually; however, as we are constantly gathering information, we frequently add new procedures to the database on each update.


1. Ophthalmology
1.1. Operations on eyelids
1.1.1. Repair of blepharoptosis and lid retraction
1.1.2. Repair of entropion or ectropion
1.1.3. Incision of eyelid
1.2. Operations on lacrimal system
1.2.1. Fistulization of lacrimal tract to nasal cavity
1.3. Operations on conjunctiva
1.3.1. Excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of conjunctiva
1.3.2. Repair of laceration of conjunctiva
1.4. Operations on cornea
1.4.1. Incision of cornea
1.4.2. Excision of pterygium
1.4.3. Excision or destruction of tissue or other lesion of cornea
1.4.4. Repair of cornea
1.4.5. Suture of corneal laceration
1.4.6. Corneal transplant
1.5. Operations on iris, ciliary body, sclera, and anterior chamber
1.5.1. Iridotomy
1.5.2. Iridectomy
1.5.3. Iridoplasty
1.5.4. Scleral fistulization
1.6. Operations on lens
1.6.1. Insertion of prosthetic lens [pseudophakos]
1.6.2. Intracapsular extraction of lens
1.6.3. Extracapsular extraction of lens
1.6.3.1. linear extraction technique
1.6.3.2. simple aspiration (and irrigation) technique
1.6.3.3. fragmentation and aspiration technique
1.6.3.3.1. Phacoemulsification and aspiration of cataract
1.6.3.3.2. Mechanical phacofragmentation and aspiration of cataract by posterior route
1.6.3.3.3. Mechanical phacofragmentation and other aspiration of cataract
1.6.4. Extracapsular extraction of lens
1.6.5. Other cataract extraction
1.6.5.1. Discission of secondary membrane [after cataract]
1.6.5.2. Excision of secondary membrane [after cataract] Capsulectomy
1.6.5.3. Mechanical fragmentation of secondary membrane [after cataract]
1.6.6. Removal of implanted lens
1.7. Operations on retina, choroid, vitreous, and posterior chamber
1.7.1. Destruction of lesion of retina and choroid
1.7.2. Repair of retinal tear
1.7.3. Scleral buckling with implant
1.7.4. Vitrectomy
1.8. Operations on extraocular muscles
1.8.1. Other operations on extraocular muscles and tendon

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