Session Information

Sponsored Seminar

[ILS-FR-30] Lunch Seminar 30: Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC
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Day
Apr 04 (Fri)
Time
12:15 - 13:15
Room
Room 20 - Imperial Hotel 2F Kiku
Sponsor
Bausch + Lomb, Inc.
Topic
Refraction, Visual Function
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Taiji Sakamoto
Description
Upcoming Next Generation Stellaris PC, the ideal choice for cataract, VR and combined procedures now refined with customer driven enhancements, full laser integration and greater procedural versatility. New high performance Entry Site Alignment (ESA) valved cannula system provides a secure and stable environment for improved IOP maintenance and enhanced procedural versatility. In this symposium, we are honored to have Prof Taiji Sakamoto as the Chairman, along with renowned overseas surgeons, Dr Faisal Fayyad, who will be sharing on the management of complicated VR surgeries with the Stellaris PC. Local Japanese surgeon Prof Takashi Kitaoka will be sharing the patient outcomes and clinical experience with the Stellaris PC focusing on the clinical benefits of color filters for tissue visualization. Dr. Yannick Le Mer from Paris will be sharing with us for his clinical experience with next generation Stellaris PC system.

ILS-FR-30 / 

Refraction, Visual Function

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

Takashi Kitaoka

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

ILS-FR-30 / 

Refraction, Visual Function

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

Faisal Fayyad

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

ILS-FR-30 / 

Refraction, Visual Function

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

Yannick Le Mer

Maximizing Patient Outcomes With Stellaris PC

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