Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-WE-03] Recent Technologies to Improve Cataract Surgery
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Day
Apr 02 (Wed)
Time
13:30 - 15:00
Room
Room 17 - Imperial Hotel 2F Peacock (East)
Topic
Cataract Subspecialty Day
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Hiroko Bissen-Miyajima、Chair)Soon Phaik Chee
Description
Cataract surgery is traditionally thought of as a surgical skill. However, technology has intruded this concept and today we ignore it at our peril. Examples of how surgical results have improved with the development of newer and better equipment include phacoemulsification, optical biometry, aberrometry and lately femtolaser cataract surgery. This symposium will focus on how the appropriate and targeted use of technology will give our patients better outcomes.

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

Aberrometry in Cataract Surgery: Is It Relevant?

Damien Gatinel

Aberrometry in Cataract Surgery: Is It Relevant?

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

IOLs of Today and Tomorrow

Jorge Alio

IOLs of Today and Tomorrow

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

Is This the Limit of Phaco Development?

Gerd Auffarth

Is This the Limit of Phaco Development?

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

Femtolaser Assisted Cataract Surgery: Here to Stay?

Michael Lawless

Femtolaser Assisted Cataract Surgery: Here to Stay?

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

Which Technologies Are Most Useful in Complex Cataracts?

Soon Phaik Chee

Which Technologies Are Most Useful in Complex Cataracts?

Duration 12min, Q&A and Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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Cataract Subspecialty Day

Crystal-Ball to the Future

Abhay Vasavada

Crystal-Ball to the Future

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