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2019 Presentations On Demand

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2019 Annual Meeting physicians and ASCRS Subspecialty Day attendees will have complimentary, exclusive access to view your favorite presentations again or see what you missed with 2019 Presentations On Demand.

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Presentations On Demand Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Presentations On Demand Information

  • What will I have access to? ▼

    2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting physician registrants will have access to recordings of ASCRS General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses presented in English*.

    2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day registrants will have access to recordings of all three Subspecialty Day meetings: Cornea Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, and ASCRS Refractive Day.
    Non-registrants: 2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day On Demand is available for purchase.

    * A full list of included Annual Meeting sessions is available below.

  • When will videos be available? ▼

    Recordings will be posted within 48 hours of the live session, and attendees will retain exclusive access to this content for 6 months post-meeting, at which point Annual Meeting only content will become available for all ASCRS Members to view. Access to ASCRS Subspecialty Day content may be purchased by non-registrants post-meeting.

  • Where can I view videos? ▼

    Recordings will be posted to this website within 48 hours of the live session; simply click any of the four buttons under "View Presentations" to select your meeting, and log in to begin viewing. Further instructions are included once you have selected a meeting.

  • What is the format of the videos? ▼

    All videos are available for online viewing, and are not available for download. Standard internet access is required for viewing On Demand content.

  • Can I earn CME credit for Presentations On Demand? ▼

    Presentations On Demand is a non-CME product.

    However, a wealth of online CME activities are offered by ASCRS through CME 24/7, including several CME activities that will be created from 2019 Annual Meeting content in the coming months. Explore the CME 23/7 Activity Catalog today.

Included Sessions

  • 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting Included Sessions ▼

    The full list of included sessions for the 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting is included below, or can be viewed in PDF form.

    ASCRS General Sessions

    SATURDAY, MAY 4
    10:00 am – 12:00 pm ASCRS Opening General Session
     
    SUNDAY, MAY 5
    10:00 am – 12:00 pm The Sunday Summit General Session
    Part 2: The Voice of Ophthalmology
    * Part 1: Lecture on Science, Medicine, and Technology not included
     
    MONDAY, MAY 6
    10:00 am – 11:30 am ASCRS Innovators General Session
     
    TUESDAY, MAY 7
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm The Best of ASCRS 2019 General Session

    ASCRS Symposia

    SATURDAY, MAY 4
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm SYM-101 Refractive Cataract Surgery Essentials
    SYM-102 Lessons Learned- Challenging Cases and Complication Management
    SYM-103 Retina Essentials: Everything You Need to Know about Intravitreal Injections
    SYM-104 Keratoconus: Consensus and Controversy
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm SYM-105 From Learning to Leading: Gaining Clinical and Management Skills in Your First 10 Years of Practice
    SYM-106 Survive or Thrive in the Modern Healthcare Environment: Clinical Changes to Practice
    SYM-107 Nailing the Best IOL Refractive Outcomes - Let the Experts Update You
     SUNDAY, MAY 5
    8:00 am – 9:30 am SYM-201 Surgical Essentials: Getting You out of Trouble in Cataract Surgery
    SYM-202 MIGS: Talkin’ Bout a Revolution
    SYM-203 Cornea Essentials
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm SYM-204 Is This the End of Fee-for-Service?
    SYM-205 Mastering It All: Tips for Success from Successful Female Leaders
    SYM-206 Global Efforts in Addressing Avoidable Blindness and Models of Care/Training
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm SYM-207 The Winning Pitch Challenge
    SYM-208 Sweating Bullets: A New Competition
    SYM-209 The Complete Guide to Management of Astigmatism: Everything You Need to Know to Optimize Cornea and Lens-based Options
    SYM-210 Communicating and Evaluating Adverse Events Associated with an FDA-Approved Medical Device
    SYM-211 Symposium of Challenging Cases
     MONDAY, MAY 6
    8:00 am – 9:30 am SYM-301 Challenging Cases in Cataract Surgery Video Symposium
    SYM-302 Crosslinking Essentials: When to, How to, What to Expect, and What to avoid
    SYM-303 Glaucoma Essentials
    SYM-304 Highlights From the Military Refractive Surgery Safety & Standards Symposium held in San Diego in January, 2019
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm SYM-305 Controversies in Anterior Segment Surgery
    SYM-306 EyeConnect Live: Anchorman Edition
    SYM-307 Managing the Unhappy Post-Refractive Patient
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm SYM-308 ASCRS TOPGUN 2019: Essential Pearls from the Best International Phaco Instructors
    SYM-309 The Perfect Save: Challenging Cases Managed by International Experts
     TUESDAY, MAY 7
    10:00 am – 12:00 pm SYM-403 X-Rounds: Refractive Cataract Surgery to the Max

    ASCRS INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

    SATURDAY, MAY 4
    7:00 am – 8:00 am IC-101 2019 Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Update
    8:00 am – 9:30 am IC-102 One Donor Cornea for 3 Recipients: DALK, DMEK, KLAL
    IC-103 How Much Should a Cataract Surgeon Know about Corneal Optics
    IC-104 Comprehensive Strategy for Unplanned Vitrectomy Technique for Anterior Segment Surgeons
    IC-105 Astigmatism Management at the Time of Cataract Surgery
    IC-106 Phaco Nightmares and Worst Case Scenarios: Video-Based Course
    IC-107 Automated Anterior Capsulotomy Options
    IC-108 New Frontiers for the Treatment of Keratoconus
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm IC-109 Strategically Backing off Intraoperatively to Lose a Battle but Win the War
    IC-110 Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty: Simplified Technique to Shorten the Learning Curve and Avoid Complications
    IC-111 Vampire on the Vanity: Ingredients and Habits that Impact Dry Eye Disease
    IC-112 Secondary IOL Implantation: What I Have Learned and My Current Technique
    IC-113 Phacochop and Prechop
    IC-114 The 3 Keys to Effective Physician Leadership: Understanding Style, Gender, and Generational Issue
    IC-115 Mastering the Applications of Small-Aperture IOL Technology: Irregular Corneal Astigmatism, Depth-of-Focus Extension, Iris Defects, and Multifocal IOL Dissatisfaction
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm IC-116 Anterior Vitrectomy for the Cataract Surgeon – The Road Not Taken
    IC-117 Managing Astigmatism in Cataract Surgery
    IC-118 Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist: Exploring Various Microstents and Devices
    IC-119 IOL Power Calculations – When Biometry is Not Enough
    IC-120 Learning Phaco Chop: Pearls and Pitfalls
    IC-121 Custom Cataract Surgery: Matching Lens-Based Presbyopia Correction for Personalized Vision
    IC-122 Fundamentals of Postoperative Antibiotic-Steroid Injections after Cataract Surgery: Current Experiences and Future Challenges
     SUNDAY, MAY 5
    8:00 am – 9:30 am IC-201 Modern Understanding of Accommodation: Treatment Approaches, Current and Future
    IC-202 Iris-Suturing Techniques
    IC-203 How to Calculate Topographic-Guided Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis Treatments: Pearls and Pitfalls
    IC-204 State-of-the-Art Drop-Free Cataract Surgery: Intracameral Antibiotics, NSAIDs and Corticosteroids, and More
    IC-205 Infectious, Inflammatory, and Toxic Complications Following Cataract Surgery: Endophthalmitis, TASS, TPSS, HORV NEW
    IC-206 Introduction to Small-Incision Cataract Surgery for the Phaco Surgeon
    IC-207 Curing World Blindness and Cataract Surgery in the Developing World: Lessons Learned by Members of the ASCRS Foundation International Committee
    IC-208 Mastering the Details of Phacoemulsification with Active Fluidics
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm IC-209 Iris Prostheses in Action: Surgical Tips for Challenging Cases
    IC-210 Advanced Astigmatism Management to Achieve the Best Refractive Cataract Surgery Outcomes
    IC-211 Management of the Extreme Cataract: White and Black
    IC-212 DMEK from D to K: A Step-by-Step Approach to Descemet’s Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty
    IC-213 International Video Symposium of Challenging Cases and Complication Management
    IC-214 Tackling Posterior Capsule Rupture and IOL Implantation: Video-Based
    IC-215 Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty: From Basic-to-Advanced
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm IC-216 Management of Preexisting and Postoperative Corneal and Ocular Surface Problems During Phacoemulsification
    IC-217 Ocular Surface Procedures in the Treatment Room
    IC-218 Understanding Topography and Corneal Aberrations
    IC-219 Perioperative Pharmaceutical Management of Ophthalmic Surgery
    IC-220 Pearls and Pitfalls in Challenging Capsular Surgical Scenarios: Video-Based Course
    IC-221 Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty: New Frontiers
    5:00 pm – 6:30 pm IC-223 Keratoprosthesis in the Management of Corneal Blindness: An Update on Recent Advances, Expanding Indications, Challenging Cases and Improving Outcomes
    IC-225 Phaco Follies: How I Wish I Had a Second Chance
    IC-226 Data-Driven Management of Diabetic Macular Edema for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist
    IC-227 Mastering Pre-Descemet's Endothelial Keratoplasty
    IC-228 Optimizing Toric IOL Outcomes
    IC-229 2019 Cataract Surgery Update: Correcting Refractive Defects and Overcoming Presbyopia Limitations NEW
    IC-230 Innovative Techniques and Technologies to Conquer Brunescent Cataracts
    IC-231 Getting the Right Outcome after Crosslinking
     MONDAY, MAY 6
    8:00 am – 9:30 am IC-301 Famous Under 45: Innovative Contributions from Young Surgeons Across the Globe
    IC-302 Phacoemulsification in Complicated Cases: Simplify the Complex
    IC-303 Optimizing Toric IOL Outcomes
    IC-305 Corneal Topographic Analysis and Anterior Segment Imaging: Pearls for Your Clinical Practice
    IC-306 Understanding and Managing Patients Unhappy with Visual Quality and/or Night Vision Symptoms after Presbyopia-Correcting IOL Implantation
    IC-307 Different Methods for Intraocular Lens Exchange
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm IC-308 Use of Surgical Adhesives and Amniotic Membrane in Ocular Surgery
    IC-309 Application of Small-Aperture Intraocular Lens Technology in Cataract and Refractive Surgery
    IC-310 Best Practices for IOL Power Selection in 2019
    IC-311 Small-Incision Lenticule Extraction: Understanding a New Paradigm
    IC-312 Customizing Cataract Surgery
    IC-313 Mastering MIGS: Pearls for Beginner and Intermediate Surgeons
    IC-314 Intraocular Lens Exchange
    IC-315 Cataract Surgery: What I Say – Conversations that Improve the Physician-Patient Relationship
    3:00 pm – 4:30 pm IC-316 Fundamentals of Anterior Segment Reconstruction
    IC-317 Advanced Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty
    IC-318 Cornea Lumps, Bumps, and Bruises
    IC-319 Latest in IOL Power Calculation
    IC-320 Glued IOLs and the Yamane Double-Needle Flange Technique: Intrascleral Haptic-Fixation Methods—Video-Based Course
    IC-321 Managing Complications in Lamellar Keratoplasty
    IC-322 Mastering the Posterior Capsule: Thinking-Out-of-the-Bag Paradigm Shift
     TUESDAY, MAY 7
    8:00 am – 9:30 am IC-401 Correction of Astigmatism Using Toric IOLs, LRIs, and Refractive Laser Surgery
    IC-402 Intraocular Lens Placement When Capsule Is Not Normal: Video-Based Course with Practical Advice on How to Assess, Plan, and Learn Advanced Techniques
    IC-403 How to Avoid Ectasia after LASIK: Update on New Concepts and Technologies
    IC-404 Pearls and Pitfalls While Performing Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lenses with the Yamane Technique
    IC-405 Best of the Best: An Update on Advanced Cataract Surgery
    IC-406 The Intersection of Cornea and Glaucoma
    IC-407 Transition to DMEK and Beyond, Tips and Techniques for Success
    10:00 am – 11:30 am IC-409 Hot Topics on Myopia Correction Through All Stages of Life
    IC-410 Crosslinking: Past, Present, and Future—The View from 3
    IC-411 State-of-the-Art Corneal Tomographic Indices in the Screening of Keratoconus Risk for Refractive Surgery
    IC-412 Photorefractive Keratectomy
    IC-413 Simplified Approach to Lamellar Keratoplasty
    IC-414 Keratoconus Management: What, When, and How-to-Do
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm IC-416 Four Strategies to Combat Burnout
    IC-417 Corneal Crosslinking: Indications, Applications, Results, Complications and Evolving Technology
    IC-418 Volunteer Eye Surgeons: Reaching the Unreached
    IC-419 Optimizing Toric IOLs: Management of Corneal Astigmatism in Cataract Surgery
    IC-420 Bifocal, Trifocal, and EDOF IOLs for Presbyopia Correction: Choosing the Best Option
    IC-422 Safe Steps for Systematic Successful Keratoplasty with the Aid of Femtosecond Laser: From PKP through DALK Double-Bubble Pachymetry-Guided Technique

    ASCRS reserves the right to withhold the release of presentations if capture or educational quality is compromised.

  • 2019 Cornea Day Included Sessions ▼

    The entire 2019 Cornea Day Program will be available for viewing post-meeting.

    ASCRS reserves the right to withhold the release of presentations if capture or educational quality is compromised.

  • 2019 ASCRS Glaucoma Day Included Sessions ▼

    The entire 2019 ASCRS Glaucoma Day Program will be available for viewing post-meeting.

    ASCRS reserves the right to withhold the release of presentations if capture or educational quality is compromised.

  • 2019 ASCRS Refractive Day Included Sessions ▼

    The entire 2019 ASCRS Refractive Day Program will be available for viewing post-meeting.

    ASCRS reserves the right to withhold the release of presentations if capture or educational quality is compromised.

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