Case Studies

Precivia Case Studies

Setting up a successful nurse-led intravitreal injections service: pearls from Swindon

The demand for performing intravitreal injections has increased in recent years, prompting the need for more nurse training in their administration. The Great Western Hospitals NHS Trust in Swindon has developed a structured nurse training programme and now has 8 independent nurse injectors trained to undertake injections independently; nurse practitioners now contribute upwards of 85% of the total number of injections.

Safety and efficacy of nurse led intravitreal injectionservice with Precivia® injection assist device

A retrospective review was completed of all anti-VEGF intravitreal injections delivered atthe Great Western Hospital between May 2015 and May 2020.

The role of injection assistant devices in establishing a nurse-led AMD service

The author shares his experience of setting up a nurse-led service to deliver anti-VEGF intravitreal injections and how injection assistant devices supported training.

RCOphth 22021 Precivia GWH Swindon Poster

Safety and Efficacy of Precivia® intravitreal injection device in a Nurse-led intravitreal injection service: Swindon Experience

A Comparison of Conventional Intravitreal Injection Method vs InVitria Intravitreal Injection Method.

To compare use of the conventional intravitreal injection method to the InVitria intravitreal injection device. Three outcome measures were studied: patient comfort, speed of injection and cost-effectiveness.

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