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New Developments in Cataract & Refractive Surgery
The field of cataract and refractive surgery is constantly evolving and being improved.

Join us in this webinar where world-renowned international speakers will first review the latest developments in refractive surgery.

We will then cover a new way to remove dense cataracts and learn how to optimise patient outcomes by mixing and matching monofocal, EDOF, and trifocal lens implants.

This webinar is accredited by the Singapore Medical Council for 1 CME point (Category 1B).

Moderators

Ronald YEOH, Singapore

Medical Director & Founder
Eye & Retina Surgeons
Cl. Associate Professor
Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School,
Singapore National Eye Centre

Graham BARRETT, Australia

Professor & Senior Consultant,
Lions Eye Institute, Perth

Sri GANESH, India

Chairman & Managing Director
Nethradhama Hospital, Bangalore

Program Details

Introduction

Ronald YEOH, Singapore

Medical Director & Founder
Eye & Retina Surgeons
Cl. Associate Professor
Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School,
Singapore National Eye Centre

The New Visumax 800: First impressions and clinical results

Stine Elkjaer NIELSEN, Denmark

Assistant Professor,
Department of Ophthalmology,
Aarhus University Hospital

Recent Developments in SMILE

Sri GANESH, India

Chairman & Managing Director,
Nethradhama Hospital, Bangalore

Double-L approach for presbyopia correcting cataract surgery: AT LISA tri and AT LARA combined implantation

Chul Young CHOI, South Korea

Professor of Ophthalmology,
Sung Kyun Kwan University
Director, Cataract & Refractive Service,
Kangbuk Samsung Medical Center, Seoul

Strategies for Dense Cataracts

Ronald YEOH, Singapore

Medical Director & Founder
Eye & Retina Surgeons
Cl. Associate Professor
Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School,
Singapore National Eye Centre

My Initial Experience with Miloop

Don PEK, Singapore

Deputy Head of Service (Cataract, Implant and Anterior Segment),
Senior Consultant,
Tan Tock Seng Hospital