Carl Zeiss ASCRS symposium

April 21 , 2012 (Chicago, IL)

Hosting & Interviewing | “Technology That Matters:  Candid Conversations with Three Leaders”

City/State/Country: Chicago, Illinois USA
Venue: Hyatt McCormick Place Hotel – CC10
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2012
Registration: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM (and lunch)
Meeting Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Room Location: CC10
Supported By: Carl Zeiss Meditec

Faculty

Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC
Roger F. Steinert, MD
R. Bruce Wallace, III, MD

For details and registration, go to: EyeWorld.org


Book Shareef Mahdavi To Speak

IOLMaster 500 and Integration of the Holladay 2 Formula for IOL Calculations

IOLMaster 500 and Integration of the Holladay 2 Formula for IOL Calculations

The IOLMaster®, first launched as a novel approach to obtaining biometric data, has evolved over the past decade to become the predominant device and standard routine as part of a surgeon’s IOL calculations prior to cataract surgery. Previous surveys by SM2 Strategic have documented its value as a tool in modern cataract surgery as well as the ongoing improvement of the platform in terms of both speed and ability to accurately read through dense cataracts….

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Combining Placido and OCT Imaging Technologies: Bringing Diagnostic Power to Corneal Analysis

Combining Placido and OCT Imaging Technologies: Bringing Diagnostic Power to Corneal Analysis

The ability of ophthalmic clinicians to evaluate the cornea has improved dramatically over the past quarter century. From the era of manual keratometry, new methods of imaging and analyzing corneal structure have emerged and have moved corneal care from an analog to a digital world…

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The IOLMaster® and its Role in Modern Cataract Surgery

The IOLMaster® and its Role in Modern Cataract Surgery

Advances in capsular extraction and lens implant technologies have commanded significant attention in the world of cataract surgery. New implants allow surgeons to provide even higher levels of visual outcome, including spectacle independence and a continuous range of vision covering all distances…

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Early User Experience with Visante OCT for the Anterior Segment

Early User Experience with Visante OCTfor the Anterior Segment

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), initially developed for high-resolution imaging of the retina, has more recently found application in the anterior segment of the eye. OCT is unique for the front of the eye in that it allows precision imaging and biometry that previously was available only with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) or immersion ultrasound. OCT also allows patients’ eyes to be imaged in a noncontact manner, which is both practice and patient friendly…

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