Module 4: Putting it All Togther, The Patient Refractive Journey
April 23, 2022 | 4:00 – 6:00 P.M. ET
AT THE ASCRS ANNUAL MEETING IN WASHINGTON, DC
This session will discuss how refractive surgery techniques and technologies can be implemented to provide refractive independence over the lifetime of a patient, solve complicated refractive challenges, and enhance results of previous refractive surgeries. Corneal based surgeries, refractive lens technologies, pharmaceutical strategies, and surgical techniques have evolved, expanding our ability to meet and exceed patient expectations. In this session, we will take a deeper dive into the EDOF lens category. The interplay of different refractive techniques allows for the flexibility needed to tailor our approach to individual patient pathology and goals. A case-based discussion will be presented to illustrate the variety of refractive tools available and how they can be combined to improve outcomes.
The session will conclude with an opportunity to network with Beyond 20/20 faculty from 5:30 – 6:00 pm ET.
Participate in this CME activity approved for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Apr 23, 2022
Presented by Bill Wiley, MD and Cathleen McCabe, MD
Presented by Dan Durrie, MD
Presented by Steven Slade, MD
Presented by Daniel Chang, MD
Case Study 1 - The Triple Lindy of Ophthalmology: Cross-linking, topographic PRK and cataract surgery
Presented by Eric Donnenfeld, MD
Case Study 2 - Cataract surgery after RK, pinhole optic IOL
Presented by Roberto Zaldivar, MD
Case Study 1 - Managing Extreme Astigmatism
Presented by Karolinne Rocha, MD
Case Study 2 - Aperture optics to the rescue
Presented by Shamik Bafna, MD
Case Study 1 - Combining refractive procedure - Crosslinking, light adjustable lens. Something lens based with something corneal based
Presented by Nandini Venkateswaran, MD
Case Study 2 - IOL exchange, piggyback or surface treatment
Presented by John Berdahl, MD
Networking session with the faculty from the Beyond 20/20 program from 5:30 - 6 pm with food and beverages.