Podcast: How good are your skills?Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Dr Findl talks with Dr Konrad Pesudovs of Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia about how quanitative and qualitiative analysis of surgical outcomes can help you become a better surgeon.
Podcast: What Makes The Perfect Surgeon?Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Dr Jack Holladay talks to Oliver Findl about the importance of surgical technique.
Podcast: Corneal inlaysWednesday, September 28, 2016
Corneal inlays offer an interesting new option for treating presbyopia. Dr Minoru Tomita has performed more than 15,000 implants with the Acufocus Kamra inlay. Dr Oliver FIndl met with Dr Tomita in Tokyo recently to discuss his experiences with the inlay.
Podcast: Best outcomes for refractive surgery patientsWednesday, September 28, 2016
Dr Findl talks to refractive surgery pioneer about things the surgeon can do, and mistakes that can be avoided, in order to get the best outcomes for patients undergoing refractive surgery.
Podcast: Limbal deficiency challenging the dogmaWednesday, September 28, 2016
When Dr Harminder Dua observed untreated patients with limbal deficiency maintaining good vision and in some cases regrowing epithelium, he began to question the current dogma of how to best treat limbal deficiency. Dr Findl recently talked with Dr Dua, Chair and professor of Ophthalmology, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. about a […]
Podcast: Small pupils and floppy iris syndromeWednesday, September 28, 2016
Dr Oliver Findl speaks with Dr Boris Malyugin about how to handle patients with small pupils and floppy iris syndrome before, during and after surgery.
Podcast: Improving astigmatic surgeryWednesday, September 28, 2016
Dr Findl spoke with Dr Noel Alpins of Melbourne, Australia about innovative methods of pre op visual assessment and IOL calculation that can help the surgeon plan treatment to assure optimal visual results while avoiding refractive surprises.
Podcast: Dr Dua’s new layerWednesday, September 28, 2016
In the course of corneal surgery Dr Harminder Dua noticed some anomalous anatomy that didn’t correlate to traditional teachings. His subsequent research revealed a hitherto undescribed layer of the cornea anterior to Descemet’s membrane. Dr Findl recently talked with Dr Dua Chair and professor of ophthalmology, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK about […]
Podcast: OVDs go with the flowWednesday, September 28, 2016
The number of types of OVDs continues to increase, as do the applications. Dr Findl talks with Dr Steve Arshinoff of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on how to optimize the use of these essential tools.
Podcast: Goodbye Phaco, Hello FemtoWednesday, September 28, 2016
While still in its early days, femto cataract surgery appears to offer greater accuracy and consistency, while reducing or eliminating the need for phaco. Dr Findl talked with Dr Burkhard Dick about the applications and advantages of this approach, and the prospect of the many new applications on the near horizon.
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