BostonSight PROSE Treatment Videos Demonstrate Device Application and Removal

PROSEinsertionWe wanted to take a moment and remind you about the series of detailed videos that shows the application and removal process for BostonSight® PROSE devices, as well as prosthetic device care and handling techniques. These instructional videos demonstrate various application and removal strategies that suit the needs of any PROSE device user. They are a great source of information whether you are a prospective patient wanting to know in more detail what it’s like to use PROSE devices, a caregiver needing a refresher on techniques or device care, or a current patient interested in finding out about an alternate procedure for device application or removal.

While these videos are not a substitute for a provider-led training session, they are a great resource that you can access at any time. Dr. Deborah S. Jacobs, BostonSight medical director, introduces the series and explains that people of any age or ability can successfully use PROSE devices as application and removal strategies can be adapted for each individual’s unique needs. Subsequent videos detail every step in the process. Each video concludes with a brief recap of the procedure. Included in the series are:

  • Introduction:  BostonSight PROSE Treatment Application and Removal Video
  • Chapter 1: Applying Your BostonSight PROSE Devices with a Plunger
  • Chapter 2:  Applying Your BostonSight PROSE Devices with a Lighted Plunger
  • Chapter 3:  Applying Your BostonSight PROSE Devices with a Plunger Stand
  • Chapter 4: Removing Your BostonSight PROSE Devices with a Plunger
  • Chapter 5:  Removing Your BostonSight PROSE Devices without a Plunger
  • Chapter 6:  Care and Handling of Your BostonSight PROSE Devices

We hope you find these videos to be a valuable resource, but remind you that they are not a substitute for professional care. Please follow your personal care recommendations from your PROSE provider, who is available to respond to any queries you may have. Also, at any sign of infection or problem with your device, such as redness of the eye, pain, discharge, sensitivity to light, or loss of vision, please contact your primary eye care provider immediately.

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