The 1918-1919 influenza epidemic killed more than 50 million people and infected between one fifth and half of the world’s population. EuroTimes Executive Editor, Colin Kerr, in an update to an article originally published in November 2020, says that the the 1918-1919 epidemic has legacies that still endure.
Many heads are better than one but it also helps to provide a sense of control to a team in uncertain times and it encourages their adoption of new processes
The European Union has begun to administer the COVID-19 vaccine developed by BioNTech and Pfizer to its 446 million citizens.
2020 Peter Barry Memorial Lecture discusses healthcare in the post COVID-19 world
A 90-year-old woman has become the first person in the world to be given the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine as part of the mass vaccination programme which started in the UK on Tuesday 8 December, 2021.
Phase III trial shows efficacy for reducing GA area growth rate
Aravind Hospitals do more with less and save sight in the process, said Dr David Chang in his Ridley Medal Lecture at the 2020 ESCRS Virtual Congress
Congratulations to all the prize winners at the 38th Congress of the ESCRS
The goal of providing refractive surgery patients with un-aberrated vision with almost superhuman visual acuity is neither currently feasible nor desirable
A library of symposia, interviews, video discussions, supplements, articles and presentations
Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Nic Reus talks to Rudy Nuijts about the latest research on phakic IOLs and the need for further data in assessing their efficacy.
Sathish Srinivasan talks to Filomena Ribeiro about achieving optimal cataract refractive outcomes with presbyopia and toric lens technologies.
In a new series, Sean Henahan speaks to José Güell about his life in ophthalmoloogy.
Nino Hirnschall talks to Graham Barrett about the challenges facing ophthalmologists using IOL power correction after refractive eye surgery.
Sean Henahan talks to Nino Hirnschall about how biometry can optimise outcomes for cataract surgery patients.
Nino Hirnschall talks to Gerd Auffarth about quantifying halos and how the latest generation of multifocal lenses such as trifocals and EDOF lenses have reportedly reduced the incidence of glare and halos associated with earlier multifocal IOLs.
Paul Rosen talks to Richard Packard about basic surgical phacoemulsification techniques for trainee ophthalmologists.
Richard Packard talks to Zoltan Nagy about the evolution and continuing development of femtosecond laser and cataract surgery technology.
Cédric Schweitzer talks to Anat Loewenstein and Dimitri Azar about how artificial intelligence is changing ophthalmology.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Basak Bostanci Ceran about cataract surgery in trauma patients and the importance of carrying out specific assessments of these patients before surgery.
George Kymionis talks to Roberto Bellucci about current approaches to the problem of post-Lasik ectasia.
Sean Henahan talks to Milind Pande about choosing the appropriate lens for the presbyopic patient.