Dan Reinstein, ESCRS 2019 – Starting ReLEx SMILE by capitalising on everything we already know
Dan Reinstein talks about his vast experience with SMILE and the options for retreatment after SMILE. Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
Christina Grupcheva, ESCRS 2019 – Updates in dry eye disease 2019
We met with Christina Grupcheva at ESCRS 2019 in Paris to talk about the unmet needs in the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease and how the landscape is evolving. Questions: 1. What are the current unmet needs in dry eye disease? 2. How do you manage dry eyes in patients after cataract surgery? […]
Emilio Torres, ESCRS 2019 – Keratoconus and hormonal therapy
Emilio Torres (CABMM, University of Zürich) shares an interesting case of keratoconus progression in women receiving hormonal therapy he presented at ESCRS 2019. Questions: 1. What is known about the effect of hormones on corneal topography? (0:04) 2. Could you give us an overview of the case you are presenting? (1:37) 3. Are there any […]
Liz Tomlin, ESCRS 2019 – Updates from ESONT
Liz Tomlin (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK) tells us all about ESONT and their role within ESCRS. She also gives her key take-home messages from the ESONT symposium from this year’s meeting. Questions: 1. Could you explain ESONT and how it fits into ESCRS? (0:04) 2. How does ESONT help professionals? […]
David Smadja, ESCRS 2019 – Nanoparticles in drug delivery
We met with David Smadja (Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel) to talk about the challenges of nanoparticle design and the challenges in drug delivery at ESCRS 2019. Questions: 1. What are the limitations of current methods of ocular drug delivery? (0:04) 2. What challenges that have to be overcome with nanoparticles in order to […]
Noel Alpins, ESCRS 2019 – PROWL LASIK Suprises
We were delighted to meet up with Noel Alpins (NewVision Clinic, Victoria, Australia) again to hear about the PROWL-1 and PROWL-2 studies, and reports the patients most likely to benefit from LASIK vector planning. Questions: 1. What were the aims of the PROWL-1 and PROWL-2 studies? (0:04) 2. What were the incidences of glare, starburst […]
Kendall Donaldson, ESCRS 2019 – Cataract surgery: looking to the future
Kendall Donaldson (Bascom Palmer Eye Institute) discusses the current limitations and future landscape of cataract surgery at ESCRS 2019. Questions: 1. What are the limitations of cataract surgery? (0:04) 2. What is on the horizon for presbyopia correction in upcoming years? (0:41) 3. What is the most exciting change in intraocular lens (IOL) calculations and […]
John Ladas, ESCRS 2019 – AI approach to IOL power calculation
John Ladas (Maryland Eye Consultants) talks about the challenges and recent studies on an artificial intelligence approach to IOL power calculations at ESCRS 2019. Questions: 1. What are the limitations of current methods of intraocular lens (IOL) power calculation? 2. Could you tell us a little about the artificial intelligence (AI) approach to IOL power […]
Mark Packer, ESCRS 2019 – A message to young ophthalmologists
Mark Packer shares his experiences as an early-career ophthalmologist and some valuable advice for young ophthalmologists on having and maintaining a successful career. Support: No funding was received in the production of this video. Mark Packer has no financial disclosures relating to this topic.
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