Surgeons attending the ESCRS Practice Management Development Masterclass in Paris during the 37th Congress of the ESCRS will gain valuable insight to proven educational and financial strategies employed in both Europe and the US
Retinal blood-brain permeability appears to vary depending on the time of day, according to a study presented at the annual Meeting of the Irish College of Ophthalmology in Galway, Ireland.
Square-edged design and the sharpness of the posterior edge key to PCO
Why is it you can often struggle to innovate when it comes to marketing or enhancing customer service?
An intraocular lens (IOL) power selection formula derived from patient data using artificial intelligence (AI) may more accurately predict patient refractive needs than existing formulae, particularly for eyes with short axial length
Some visual highlights from the ASCRS 2019 meeting in San Diego, California. Photography by Howard Larkin
Developed nations much to learn about eye care from the developing world, particularly in reducing costs, increasing efficiency and patient access – and leveraging huge patient data sets to improve outcomes, Alan L Robin MD told Glaucoma Day 2019 at the ASCRS Symposium in San Diego, USA.
In an era of advanced computing power and digital technology, it is no surprise that registries comprising medical data play an increasingly important role in healthcare and research.
New IOL designs and surgical techniques suggest that there is the prospect of longer-lasting prevention of posterior capsule opacification (PCO) and include platforms that are likely to be amenable to the restoration of accommodation
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.
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.
Richard Packard talks to Nic Reus about the importance of optimising machine settings for all phacoemulsification cases.
Dan Epstein talks to Cynthia Roberts about what’s new in corneal topography and also some of the misconceptions and misinterpretations when talking about topography. For more information on Corneal Topography visit iLearn for a course directed by Prof Roberts.
Sean Henahan talks to Burkhard Dick about the steps that need to be taken to mitigate postoperative error in refractive IOL patients.
David Spalton talks to Rudy Nuijts about evidence-based medicine in ophthalmology and how it can be implemented in clinical practice. This interview took place at the 36th Congress of the ESCRS where Professor Nuijts delivered the Ridley Medal lecture.The full lecture can be watched here.
Paul Rosen talks to Mercè Morral about the challenges facing ophthalmologists in diagnosing and treating Ocular Surface Disease.
Rudy Nuijts talks to Mor Dickman about the development of scleral cross-linking and its safety and efficacy.
Sebastian Wolf talks to Rudy Nuijts about the PREMED Study and postsurgical CME.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Paul Rosen about how ergonomics can help cataract surgery be more effective for both surgeon and patient.