Béatrice Cochener (University Hospital of Brest, France and President, ESCRS) discusses her keynote lecture From Premium to EDOF IOLs: Race for Progress presented at SOE 2019.
1. What were the take-home messages from your keynote lecture “From Premium to EDOF IOLs: 2. Race for Progress”? (00:06)
3 .Which other areas of refractive surgery are likely to develop over the next few years? (01:09)
4. As an advocate of Artificial Intelligence, how is it changing ophthalmic practice? (02:01)
Do you have a message for young ophthalmologists in Europe? (03:22)
Filmed in partnership with European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE).
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