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May 30th & 31st 2020

Saturday and Sunday

Session Coordinators

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George Waring IV
USA
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Arthur Cummings
IRELAND
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Priya Narang
India
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Ronald Krueger
USA
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Ashraf Armia
Egypt
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Thomas Oetting
USA
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Boris Malyugin
Russia
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Soosan Jacob
India
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Renato Ambrosio Jr
Brazil
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Elizabeth Yeu
USA
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John Berdahl
USA
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Marcony Santhiago
Brazil
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William trattler
USA

Speakers

Organizers

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Sérgio Canabrava
Brazil
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Ashvin Agarwal
India

Sessions by Topic

IOL POWER CALCULATIONS

Coordinators: George Waring IV & Arthur Cummings

Graham Barret (Australia): Toric IOL calculator

Douglas Koch (USA): IOL Selection in naturally occuring outlier eyes

Savini Giacomo (Italy): Increasing predictability of IOL calculations

Thomas Olsen (USA): IOL power predicition for post kerato-refractive eyes (LVC and RK)

PREMIUM IOLS

Coordinators: Ronald Krueger & Ashraf Armia
Panelists: Ivo Ferriera

Cathleen McCabe (USA): New Alcon EDOF lens, Vivity and Panoptix

Florian Kretz (Germany): Comprising PhysIOL and Zeiss , Long term runners and And using Zepto for capsulorehxis for premium IOLs

Laureano Rementeria (Spain): How to correct astigmatism with premium IOLs

Sheraz Daya (UK): Artis Symbiose lens - Mix and Match by design

SMALL PUPIL

Coordinators: Boris Malyugin & Jose M Vargas
Panelists: Gaurav Luthra

Boris Malyugin (Russia): IFIS Update

Manuel Nicoli (ARGENTINA): Iris Expansion Rings in FLACS and Shallow anterior chamber

Suven Bhattacharjee (India): B-HEX - A better approach to Small Pupils

Ehud Assia (Israel): Clinical Experience with the APX

KERATOCONUS MANAGEMENT

Coordinators: Soosan Jacob & Renato Ambrasio Jr
Panelists: Jack Parker, Juan Battle & Juan Abad

Renato Ambrosio (Brazil): The 2020 paradox in keratoconus management

Farhad Hafezi (Switzerland): Cross-linking for keratoconus

Nicolas Cesário Pereira (Brazil): Bowman's transplantation

Soosan Jacob (India): CAIRS (corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments) for keratoconus

SCLERAL FIXATION

Coordinators: Priya Narang & Sergio Canabrava

Priya Narang (India): Tooling up, Basics & Nuances of Glued IOL

Amar Agarwal (India): Advancements & Combination procedures in Glued IOL

Shin Yamane (Japan): Double needle Yamane

Gerardo Valvechia (ARGENTINA): Modified Yamane technique with 3 D

Sergio Canabrava (Brazil): 4 flanged Canabrava Technique

MIGS SESSION

Coordinators: Elizabeth Yeu & John Berdahl

Lukan Mishev (Bulgaria): Device Based Approach to MIGS

Malik Kahook (USA): Goniotomy Based approach to MIGS

Emilio Suzuki (Brazil): Which MIGS to choose?

Sarah Van Tassel (USA): What's next if MIGS doesn't get me there

REFRACTIVE SURGERY

Coordinators: Marcony Santhiago & William Trattler

Wolfgang Riha (Austria): Advances in Corneal Refractive Surgery or Complication management in corneal refractive surgery

Roger Zaldivar (Argentina): Phakic IOLs

Namrata Sharma (USA): How does intraoperative OCT help in refractive surgery

William Wiley (USA): SMILE Pearls and Pitfalls

CHALLENGING CASES

Coordinators: Thomas Oetting & Ashvin Agarwal
Panelists: Partha Biswas

David Chang (USA): Toric IOL and Posterior polar cataract

Chee Phaik Soon (Singapore): Please save my lens

Nicole Fram (USA): A cloudy complication

Ahmed Assaf (Egypt): Massive traumatic irido-lenticular dialysis

Time (Both days): LAX - 07:00 am | NYC - 10:00 am | Brazil - 11:00 am | UK - 03:00 pm | UAE - 06:00 pm | India - 07:30 pm
[ About the Event ]

World Webinar on Cataract and Refractive Surgery

The World Webinar is the first of its kind live webinar, that will bring the best of the best top surgeons around the world and help the global audiences to get maximum out of the meeting, in a 2 day extravaganza. At a time where a global pandemic has hit us and many physical meetings were being cancelled, we wish to bring the whole ophthalmic community together, to update, teach and educate us with ideas from all around the world.

WWCRS probably won’t be able to repair the damages that the Covid-19 situation has put us all in, but the organisers, moderators and speakers will help bring the top global names to the comfort of your own homes to help make us a little better, a little more educated and a little more skilled at what we do best in this field called Ophthalmology.

Thank you for registering!
Ashvin Agarwal & Sergio Canabrava

Registrations open
[ May 18th ]
WHEN
[ May 30th & 31st ]

Join the Webinar Now

A limited number of passes are now available, but for a shot time only.
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