IC-211 Adopting Presbyopic IOLs in Cataract Surgery: Importance of Preoperative Tests and IOL Power Calculations | ASCRS
Session
IC-211 Adopting Presbyopic IOLs in Cataract Surgery: Importance of Preoperative Tests and IOL Power Calculations
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Matteo Piovella, MD
Co-Instructors: Barbara Kusa, MD, David F. Chang, MD, ABO, Roger Zaldivar, MD
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Course Description
Course wants to demonstrate how to adopt presbyopic IOLs in cataract surgery in a controlled and safe way to match the positive patient expectations. Biometry must be reorganizated with multiple exams before and after dry eye treatments that are applied in all patient before surgery. Measurement of posterior corneal curvature is decisive to correct perfectely whole astigmatism. In 97% of eyes, refractive outcomes could be within half diopter

Educational Objective
to be able to update organizational path of the patient preoperatively

2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on April 22-25. 

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