Mark Packer, ESCRS 2019 – What’s next in refractive surgery?
Mark Packer talks about the latest innovations and technologies in the field of refractive surgery at ESCRS 2019.
1. What are the main limitations of the currently available intraocular lenses (IOLS)? (0:04)
2. What are the latest innovations in this field? (2:53)
3. Could you tell us about the latest technologies in refractive surgery? (5:42)
Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
Disclosures: Mark Packer has the following disclosures to declare: Advanced Vision Science (Santen) – Consultant, Aerie Pharmaceuticals – Investor, Alcon Research – Consultant, Bausch Health – Consultant, Cassini Technologies – Consultant and Investor, ClearSight – Consultant and Investor, International Bio Medical Devices – Consultant and Investor, Ira – Consultant and Investor, Keranova – Consultant, Lensar – Consultant, Lensgen – Consultant and Investor, Promedica International – Consultant, Precision for Medicine – Consultant, Rayner Intraocular Lenses – Consultant, Refocus Group – Consultant and Investor, SOLX – Consultant, STAAR Surgical – Consultant and Investor, Transcend Medical – Investor, TrueVision Investor, University of Colorado -Consultant, Visant Medical – Consultant and Investor, WaveTec – Investor
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