Francesco Carones, ESCRS 2019 – The future of IOL technology
Francesco Carones (Milan, Italy) talks about the unmet need in the area of IOLs, the updates in technology over the past year and how he hopes the landscape will evolve over the coming years.
1. What are the main unmet needs in the area of intraocular lenses (IOLs)? (0:04)
2. What have been the key advances in IOL technology over the past year? (0:44)
3. How do you expect the IOL landscape to develop over the coming years? (1:57)
Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
Disclosures: Francesco Carones is a paid consultant for the following companies: Alcon CSO J&J Vision Percept Slack Vivior Wavelight Zeiss.
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