ASC cataract patients with unplanned anterior vitrectomy down in Q4
Fewer ASC cataract patients had unplanned anterior vitrectomies in the fourth quarter of 2016 compared to past quarters, according to ASC Quality Collaboration data.
Here is the breakdown of Q1 through Q4 2016:
● Q4 — 0.49 percent
● Q3 — 0.53 percent
● Q2 — 0.52 percent
● Q1 — 0.50 percent
Note: The data represents 208,281 ASC cataract surgery patients at 657 facilities between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31.
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