Can SMILE® compete with topography-guided custom LASIK for most refractive surgery patients?
AstraZeneca have announced that positive high-level results from an interim analysis of clinical trials of AZD1222 in the UK and Brazil showed the vaccine was highly effective in preventing COVID-19
The President of the ESCRS, Professor Rudy MMA Nuijts, has welcomed the announcements of two possible COVID-19 vaccine breakthroughs within the last week.
On Monday November 16, Moderna Inc. said that its experimental vaccine was 94.5% effective in preventing disease and met the statistical criteria pre-specified in the study protocol for efficacy
While physicians are conditioned to manage pressure from their earliest training, the added stress of COVID-19 is creating a burden that is pushing many past their ability to cope
Endothelial cells treated with magnetic nanoparticles have been injected into humans to successfully treat corneal oedema
A Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech has been found to be more than 90 per cent effective.
Visual field defects can be reversed by reactivating “silent” neurons using electronic micro-stimulation of the eyes and brain
Social media is becoming increasingly important for surgeons who need to reach out to their patients in the new era of social distancing and restricted movement.
A library of symposia, interviews, video discussions, supplements, articles and presentations
Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Richard Packard talks to Boris Malyugin about how to reduce stress during cataract surgery.
Nic Reus talks to Thomas Kohnen about misaligned toric IOLs, and what the threshold is for postoperative rotation or explantation.
Francesco Carones talks to Béatrice Cochener-Lamard about how surgeons can improve outcomes with ocular surface disease treatment strategies and how they can improve patients’ quality of life with these strategies.
Rudy Nuijts talks to Marc Labetoulle about the prevention of herpes virus recurrence in corneal surgery patients and the importance of patient education.
Sean Henahan talks to Keith Barton about subconjunctival devices for glaucoma and their efficacy in day-to-day practice.
Paul Rosen talks to Mohammed Belmekki about the clinical and intraoperative applications of OCT in corneal imaging.
Rod Solar talks to Sean Henahan about how ophthalmologists can get best value for money when marketing their practices through websites and social media.
The 2017 ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey was performed at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal. Sean Henahan discusses the results of the survey with José Güell.
Oliver Findl talks to Nino Hirnschall about what young ophthalmologists need to know about ocular biometry.
Dan Epstein talks to Beatrice Früh about the diagnosis and management of infectious or non-infectious keratitis.
Clare Quigley talks to Josephine Behaegel, winner of the 2018 John Henahan Prize, about the importance of evidence-based medicine and research in ophthalmology and its role in optimising decision making.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Paul Rosen about the ESCRS Practice Management And Development Programme.