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Webinar: Five Innovations Changing Ophthalmology

Product Number
02250058U

Media Type: Webinar

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Webinar: Five Innovations Changing Ophthalmology

Webinar: Five Innovations Changing Ophthalmology

90 minutes

Presented by:

  • Charles M. Zacks, MD – Moderator
  • Yoshihiro Yonekawa, MD
  • Susan M. MacDonald, MD
  • Scott M. MacRae, MD
  • Cathleen M. McCabe, MD
  • L. Jay Katz, MD

Description:
With so many ophthalmologic breakthroughs, it’s hard to keep up with them all, and even harder to discern which will be effective for your patients and practical for your practice.

This webinar will introduce you to five new technologies that are changing the way ophthalmologists manage a variety of common conditions.

  • 3-D Heads Up Surgical Display
  • Refractive Index Shaping of Acrylic IOLs
  • Refractive Indexing of Cornea and IOL
  • Light Adjustable Lens (LAL)
  • At-Home IOP Monitoring

Attend this webinar to:
Learn about these new technologies directly from early adopters and ask them questions about their experiences and how the innovations have improved outcomes for their patients.

Who should attend:
Comprehensive ophthalmologists and any ophthalmologist who is interested in practical applications of new technologies.

Discount: Save up to 30% when you order multiple recorded clinical education webinars. Discount will be reflected in shopping cart.

For more information: Contact customer service at customer_service@aao.org, 866.561.8558, or +1 415.561.8540, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.

CME: 
CME credits are not offered for this webinar.

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Customers may access this product until September 30, 2020.

This product was built to be compatible with operating systems that are current at the time the product launched, however the Academy cannot guarantee compatibility with future operating system and third-party software updates.

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