20/HAPPY IN 2020
THE ASCRS MASTER CLASS IN REFRACTIVE CATARACT SURGERY
The live bi-weekly program features 80 of the leading international experts as faculty guiding you through a comprehensive curriculum through which attendees can improve all dimensions of their refractive IOL surgical practice.
The 20/Happy program is approved for 18 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Learn at your own pace and avoid conflicts with clinic/OR time with on-demand CME modules available.Learn More about 20/Happy in 2020
SYM-9 - Good to Great: Improving Our Approach to Refractive Cataract Surgery
Enjoy presentations from this 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting symposium on refractive cataract surgery.
SYM-16 - The Refractive Bachelor(ette) in 20/Happy Paradise
Don't miss this popular session from the 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting on matching the right IOL options to a series of refractive bachelor/bachelorettes.
IC-110 LASIK Emergencies: A Breathless Video Bonanza
A case based series of LASIK and SMILE intraoperative and postoperative emergencies. Each case will include video, slit lamp photography and post-operative course. Example include flap tears, incomplete flaps, severe diffuse lamellar keratitis, torn lenticules and epithelial ingrowth.
IC-118 How to Calculate Topography-Guided LASIK Treatments
This course will review the various methods for calculating topography-guided LASIK treatments: TCAT, MRx, TMR, 50/50, and the Phorcides Analytic Engine. Normal and complex cases will be reviewed.
IC-312 Advanced Corneal Topography to Optimize Outcomes for Refractive Lens Exchange and Keratorefractive Surgery for Presbyopia
Course will review clinically relevant aspects of corneal topography and new anterior segment imaging technology. Topics include principles, latest advances, and descriptions of various topography, wavefront aberrometry, and biometry instrumentation.
Featured Webinar: My LASIK Wore Off
In the latest ASCRS Webinar, learn from an experienced group of surgeons what the main reasons are for some patients changing after LASIK, how to communicate this to the patient before and after surgery, and how to handle it with non-surgical or surgical options.