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2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting

Presentations On Demand

2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting Presentations

ASCRS Members may now access 70+ sessions from the 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting, including General Sessions, Symposia, Instructional Courses, and Paper Sessions. Expand the tabs below to view the available sessions.

Instructional Courses
Intraocular Lens Exchange: Surgical Management of Malpositioned and Malfunctioning IOLs
Faculty: Nicole Fram, MD, Brandon Ayres, MD, Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, MD, Thomas A. Oetting, MD, Sadeer Hannush, MD
5 Videos
Instructors will present cases demonstrating indications and techniques for IOL exchange. Specifically, malfunctioning and malpositioned IOL management will be discussed. Fixation techniques such as capsule bag, iris suture, scleral suture and intrascleral haptic fixation will be detailed. Participants will be able to understand pre, peri and post-operative surveillance necessary to achieve safe patient outcomes.
Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist: Exploring Various Microstents and Devices
Faculty: Shakeel Shareef, MD, Rahul Pandit, MD, Michael Greenwood, MD, Mark Gallardo, MD, Paul Harasymowycz, MD, Ike Ahmed, FRCSC, MD, Patrick Gooi, MD, Blake Williamson, MD, Nir Shoham-Hazon
9 Videos
Video-based course will demonstrate step-by-step techniques using MIGS as a stand-alone procedure and in combination with phacoemulsification. Various MIGS devices will be presented in the didactic session and practiced in the skills transfer lab. (Separate registration required). Discussion will include the proper choice for each procedure tailored to the individual patient, use of adjunctive therapy, as well as management of complications.
Best of the Best: 2020 Update on Advanced Cataract Surgery
Faculty: Jack T. Holladay, MD, ABO, David F. Chang, MD, Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Matteo Piovella, MD
4 Videos
Course will discusses why new IOLs, phaco machines, femtolaser are making cataract similar to refractive surgery. Best quality of vision depends by po refractive outcomes.This requires customization of IOL choice,accurate biometry, adoption of mechanical capsulotomy , hard nucleus splitting if needed and multifocal-multifocal toric IOLs implantation. Tear film high quality is determinant. Related MGD treatments will be analyze and discussed.
Understanding Topography and Corneal Aberrations
Faculty: Warren E. Hill, MD, FACS
1 Video
The course will present in an easy-to-understand format how best to use the many features of Placido topography. The impact of anterior corneal aberrations on visual quality will also be demonstrated. Each clinical example will be based on a standard axial curvature map, aberration profile and image simulation. Attendees will be able to comfortably and accurately match the information provided by topography to how patients describe their vision.
Best Practices for IOL Power Selection in 2020
Faculty: Warren E. Hill, MD, FACS, Robin R. Vann, MD, ABO, Helga P. Sandoval, MD, MSc, Li Wang, MD, PhD
8 Videos
This course will be presented by the members of the ASCRS IOL calculation subcommittee. It will discuss 8 things you need to know for the best outcomes following cataract surgery. Topics will include the role of the surgeon, accuracy standards, preoperative biometric data validation, an update on IOL power formulas, IOL power selection in high axial myopia and hyperopia, eyes with toric IOL, and eyes with previous corneal refractive surgery.
Updated: Implementing Tele-Ophthalmology During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Faculty: Ranya Habash, MD
1 Video
Recent government action has expanded telehealth coverage for Medicare beneficiaries nationwide, temporarily waiving penalties for HIPAA violations, and will reimburse physicians for telehealth services at the same rate for face-to-face services. CMS recently announced additional policies, including Medicare coverage for telephone services, and significant additions to the list of covered telehealth services, such as emergency visits.
Pearls and Pitfalls While Performing Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lens with the Yamane Technique
Faculty: Mitchell P. Weikert, MD, ABO, Sumit Garg, MD, ABO, Nicole R. Fram, MD, ABO, Surendra Basti, MD
8 Videos
Course will provide a step-wise approach to predictably perform intrascleral fixation of intraocular lens using the Yamane technique. Critical elements of surgery to achieve proper fixation of a well-centered IOL will be highlighted and demonstrated using video footage. Case examples of situations where complications arose from improper technique will be shown as will strategies to identify the causes and rectify them.
Understanding and Managing Patients Unhappy with Vision after Cataract Surgery
Faculty: Daniel H. Chang, MD, Claudia E. Perez-Straziota, MD, ABO, Karolinne M. Rocha, MD, PhD, ABO
8 Videos
Course will present an approach to patients, particularly those with presbyopia-correcting IOLs, who are unhappy with their visual quality and/or night vision symptoms after cataract surgery. Diagnostic testing, including refraction, examination, and clinical imaging will be outlined. Refractive, medical, and surgical treatments will be discussed. Attendees will learn how patients perceive their vision and ways to asses and to treat problems.
Paper Sessions
Corneal Procedures & Diagnostics: EK, PK, CXL, Other
11 Videos
Toric IOLs - Astigmatism
7 Videos
Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery
7 Videos
Refractive Procedure Outcomes: SMILE, SMILE & CXL, ICL
9 Videos
Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: Viscocanalostomy, Combined Procedures, Outcomes
12 Videos
Keratoconus: Measurements, Treatments, New Technology
5 Videos
Presbyopia Correction II
10 Videos
Trifocal IOLs
8 Videos
Keratorefractive Complications
4 Videos
Post Refractive Surgery - IOL Calculations
14 Videos
Cataract Surgery - Medications
14 Videos
Cataract Surgery - Techniques
5 Videos
Cataract - Challenging Cases
7 Videos
Keratorefractive Surgical Planning
9 Videos
Refractive Procedure Comparisons: PRK, LASIK
8 Videos
Ocular Surface Treatments: DED, MGD, Other Diagnoses
8 Videos
Presbyopia-correcting IOLs
6 Videos
Intraoperative Aberrometry, Toric Marking & Alignment
7 Videos
Preoperative Tests & IOL Calculations
9 Videos
Refractive Procedures: PRK, LASIK, SMILE, Phakic IOLs/Inlays/Rings
6 Videos
Keratoconus: Treatment Comparisons and Outcomes
8 Videos
Trifocal IOLs II
5 Videos
Cataract Surgery - Complications
11 Videos
Pre-operative Testing IOL Power Calculations
7 Videos
Refractive Procedure Comparisons: SMILE, LASIK, ICL
5 Videos
Ocular Surface Diagnostics
5 Videos
Extended Depth of Focus & Extended Range of Vision IOLs
7 Videos
Presbyopia-correcting IOL Comparisons
6 Videos
Astigmatism Management, Toric IOL Alignment
10 Videos
Refractive Procedure Outcomes: PRK, LVC, LASIK
10 Videos
Corneal Disease Diagnostics
7 Videos
Corneal Procedures: DMEK, Keratoprosthesis, Other
9 Videos
Cataract Surgery, Devices, and Instruments II
8 Videos
Glaucoma Medications
8 Videos
Glaucoma Surgical Outcomes & Procedures
10 Videos
Keratoconus: CXL, DMEK, DALK, Intracorneal Ring Segments
5 Videos
Keratoconus: Artificial Intelligence/Algorithms, CXL, PRK
9 Videos
IOL Design & Characteristics II
8 Videos
Cataract Surgery- Miscellaneous
4 Videos
Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: Micro-Bypass Stents, Microstents
7 Videos
Corneal Disease
5 Videos
Ocular Surface Treatments: DED, MGD
7 Videos
Presbyopia-correcting IOLs II
13 Videos
Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: Surgical Outcomes
7 Videos
Pediatric Cornea
4 Videos
Presbyopia Correction
9 Videos
IOL Design & Characteristics
9 Videos
Cataract Surgery Systems, Devices, Instruments
6 Videos
Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: Surgical Outcomes and Comparisons
12 Videos
SPS-405 - Pediatric Cataract
5 Videos

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