Thursday, April 26
90 minutes, starting at 5:30 p.m. PT/6:30 p.m. MT/7:30 p.m. CT/8:30 p.m. ET
Note: Registrants get the recording at no extra charge
Eydie G. Miller-Ellis, MD, FACS – Moderator
Iqbal K. Ahmed, MD
Constance O. Okeke, MD
New devices for minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) and less invasive glaucoma surgery (LIGS) are being rapidly developed, creating unique options for quickly and effectively lowering high IOP. But the pace of change can make it difficult to know which procedure and device are optimal for each patient.
Join MIGS and LIGS pioneers Iqbal K. Ahmed, MD and Constance O. Okeke, MD for this interactive webinar. Stay up to date on the latest devices and technology pipeline, and learn how to select the best device and placement based on the desired patient outcome.
Attend this webinar to:
- Learn about available MIGS and LIGS devices and how to select the right one for your patient.
- Understand the three basic target areas: Schlemm’s canal, the subconjunctival space, or the supraciliary space.
- Test and apply your knowledge with patient case studies.
Who should attend:
Comprehensive ophthalmologists, glaucoma subspecialists and any ophthalmologist whose patients may present with elevated IOP.
CME: Earn 1.5 CME credits for this webinar. Only the person who registers for the webinar will receive the CME credit.
This activity is supported by an unrestricted educational grant provided by Regeneron.
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