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The European Society of Cataract & Refracitve Surgeons (ESCRS) is pleased to release the audio of interviews recorded with key opinion leaders on the topic of cataract and refractive surgery, research, controversies, and current events.

The European Society of Cataract & Refracitve Surgeons (ESCRS) is pleased to release the audio of interviews recorded with key opinion leaders on the topic of cataract and refractive surgery, research, controversies, and current events.
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The European Society of Cataract & Refracitve Surgeons (ESCRS) is pleased to release the audio of interviews recorded with key opinion leaders on the topic of cataract and refractive surgery, research, controversies, and current events.

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English

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Episodes

'Complications of crosslinking with Theo Seiler' and 'DALK vs crosslinking for post-LASIK ectasia with Roberto Bellucci'

5/28/2019
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2 interviews this week. Paul Rosen interviews the father of cross-linking Theo Seiler (from 2016) about complications. In the second interview, George Kymionis talks to Roberto Bellucci about current approaches to the problem of post-LASIK ectasia.

Duration:00:12:35

'Keratoconus with Francois Malecaze' and 'Intracorneal ring segments for ectatic disease with David Touboul'

5/21/2019
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A distinctly French favour to our 2 intervies this week. Béatrice Cochener-Lamard interviews François Malecaze, who delivered the EuCornea Medal lecture at the 8th EuCornea Congress in Lisbon on the subject of 'Keratoconus: What have we accomplished and what is still left to do'. In the second interview, Sean Henahan talks to Dr David Touboul, who gives an update on this approach to intracorneal ring segments are one treatment option for corneal ectatic disease.

Duration:00:24:12

'Ocular surface disease with Jose Guell' and 'Point of care tests in dry eye disease with Penny Asbell'

5/14/2019
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2 interviews this week. In the first interview, Sean Henahan talks to José Güell, Associate Professor Ophthalmology, Autonoma University, Barcelona, Spain, about Ocular Surface Disease and the impact it has on surgical outcomes. In the second interview,Paul Rosen interviews Penny Asbell who says point-of-care testing may help ophthalmologists move forward to a more patient-centred approach in the diagnosis of Dry Eye Disease.

Duration:00:16:39

'Social medial for ophthalmologists with Rod Solar' and 'How do I learn surgery with Soosan Jacob'

5/7/2019
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2 interviews this week/ In the first interview, Kristine Morrill talks to Rod Solar and discusses how social media is playing an increasingly important role in communications between ophthalmologists and their patients. In the second interview, Oliver Findl talks to Soosan Jacob about how young surgeons go about learning to do surgery.

Duration:00:23:10

'Training tips for trainees and trainers', and 'What makes the perfect mentor?'

4/30/2019
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2 interviews this week, both with Dr Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill. Dr Ní Dhubhghaill is early in her career as a trainer and still has fresh memories of her first surgical training experiences. She talks about helping young ophthalmologists through the learning process. In the second part of this podcast Aidan Hanratty talks to Sorcha about what trainees should look for in a mentor and what mentors can offer in that role.

Duration:00:10:17

IOL power calculations with Warren Hill and Graham Barrett

4/9/2019
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Some 50 years after Fyodorov published the first paper on theoretical IOL power calculation, achieving an ideal patient outcome still remains a challenge. Dr Jaime Aramberri talks to Dr Warren Hill, Mesa, Arizona, US about an innovative approach using artificial intelligence, the “Hill-radial basis function”. Sean Henahan talks to Graham Barrett about new IOL Power Calculations and the benefits they can bring in improving outcomes for patients.

Duration:00:17:13

MIGS and Glaucoma, &Individualised glaucoma management

4/9/2019
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2 interviews in this episode: Despite the improvements in surgical and medical therapy of glaucoma in recent years, maintaining target IOP is still a challenge in many cases. Marie Jose Tassignon talks to Professor Carrol Webers, Head of the University Eye Clinic, Maastricht, The Netherlands about how minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, may help to optimize glaucoma management. Ingeborg Stalmans talks to Keith Barton about how comprehensive management of the glaucoma patient requires...

Duration:00:10:37

Femtosecond lasers with Zoltan Nagy, Julian Stevens and Boris Malyugin

4/9/2019
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This episode sees 3 interviews with 3 different experts in the field of Femtosecond lasers: Richard Packard talks to Zoltan Nagy, who performed the first femtosecond laser-cut anterior capsulotomy in a human patient in August 2008. Thomas Kohnen talks to Julian Stevens about the femto-laser assisted LASIK approach.What is the best treatment for low to moderate myopia? Surgeons have an increasing number of options to choose among. Sean Henehan asks Boris Malyugin is femtosecond...

Duration:00:38:39

DMEK in Fuch's Dystrophy, and DSEK versus DMEK with Jose Guell

4/9/2019
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Dr José Güell gives 2 interviews in this episode. First, Bruce Allan interviews him about the best timing for DMEK in the treatment of Fuchs’ dystrophy. Then, Prof. Dan Epstein discusses with him how corneal surgeons now have many options besides penetrating keratoplasty for transplantation. How do they compare and what should surgeons keep in mind when considering these options?

Duration:00:22:43

50 years of phaco with Richard Packard, Paddy Condon and Bekir Sitki Aslan

4/9/2019
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Paul Rosen interviews Richard Packard about his early experience of phaco. Dr Packard talks about working with Eric Arnott at the Charing Cross Hospital in London,UK, the first phaco machines, the opposition he encountered from many of his colleagues and the eventual acceptance of the procedure. Paul Rosen interviews Patrick Condon about the early days of phacoemulsification. Irish surgeon Patrick Condon visited Charles Kelman in New York, where he observed surgeries and travelled with...

Duration:00:42:13