Saturday 10 September | 13:00 - 14:00

R. McAdams USA

The Texas two-step: tips for introducing femto to your patients

T. Seiler Switzerland

Best of two worlds

B. Pajic Switzerland

FEMTO LDV Z8 - latest clinical outcome

J. Mehta Singapore

Back to the future...

Location: Hall C4

The FEMTO LDV Z8 - New Experiences to Evolutionize your Practice

Moderator(s): T. Seiler Switzerland B. Pajic Switzerland

R. Zaldivar Argentina

The future of refractive surgery

J. Aramberri Spain

Evolution in visual freedom (EVO+): clinical pearls, outcomes and benefits

J. Alfonso Spain

Proven long-term safety- EVO Visian ICL vs previous Visian ICL models

E. Mertens Belgium

Premium outcomes with EVO Toric Visian ICL - one-year clinical study

A. El Danasoury Saudi Arabia

Addressing astigmatism in stable keratoconus

Location: Hall C5

Preserving the Cornea and the Lens for the Future

Moderator(s): A. Agarwal India

S. Marcos Spain

Mythbuster: does LENTIS Mplus generate coma?

M. Russell Australia

Clinical results with LENTIS Mplus MF20 low add multifocal IOL

D. Breyer Germany

LENTIS blended vision – the “Düsseldorf Formula”

H. Höh Germany

Clinical evaluation of PCO rate with more than 2.500 implanted monofocal LENTIS L-313

P. Stodůlka Czech Republic

New laser approach for capsulotomy and the new FEMTIS laser lens

Location: Room B3

Mplus, Comfort, FEMTIS - We envision. You see.

Moderator(s): D. Holland Germany

C. Roberts USA

Two novel stiffness parameters for the Corvis® ST

R. Vinciguerra Italy

The normality values of corneal biomechanics: the Vinciguerra screening report

P. Vinciguerra Italy

A novel Corvis® biomechanical index for the screening of corneal ectasia

R. Ambrósio Brazil

Ultimate ectasia detection: integrating Pentacam® & Corvis® ST

T. Kohnen Germany

Pentacam® AXL - comparative studies and IOL calculation

Location: Room B4

Pentacam® AXL and Corvis® ST: New Approaches for Combining Tomography with Biometry and Biomechanics

Moderator(s): C. Roberts USA

J. Vukich USA

Defining the small aperture concept and quality of vision

R. Ang Philippines

Overcoming the visual effects of residual refractive error

S. Srinivasan UK

Extending depth of focus in post refractive patients

S. Bafna USA

US KAMRA inlay experience

Location: Room B11

Providing a Premium Solution for a Broad Range of Patients

Moderator(s): J. Vukich USA

R. Rajpal USA

Opening Remarks

J. Marshall UK

The science behind PiXL™

L. Wee Kiak Singapore

Trans-epithelial PiXL™ for vision improvement

M. Elling Germany

PiXL™: 12 month clinical results

Panel Discussion

Closing Remarks

Location: Room B9

PiXL™: Non-Invasive Vision Improvement

Moderator(s): R. Rajpal USA

M. Rispoli Italy

OCTA in the management of AMD: an indispensable tool

A. Gaudric France

The role of OCTA in diabetic retinopathy and other retinal pathologies

G. Hollo Hungary

OCTA for glaucoma: current and future applications

A. Tufail UK

New indications for OCTA in the anterior segment

Location: Room B6

AngioVue OCT-Angiography from Cornea to Choroid: Already more than 2 Years’ Experience

Moderator(s): A. Gaudric France

M. Shafik Egypt

Wavefront guided vs. topography guided laser vision correction

B. Dick Germany

Laser assisted vs. traditional phaco cataract surgery

M. Amon Austria

Extended Range of Vision vs multifocal IOL’s- part I

F. Carones Italy

Extended Range of Vision vs multifocal IOL’s- part II

Location: Hall C2

Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Moderator(s): B. Dick Germany

D. Spalton UK

Welcome & review of pre-registrant survey data, opening ARS

B. Cochener France

Pre-operative tools & diagnostics: improved treatment planning for toric IOL patients

T. Kohnen Germany

The role of surgically induced astigmatism, & the posterior cornea: in achieving our goals for toric IOL patients

D. Koch USA

Panel discussion & ARS assessment

J. Güell Spain

Intraoperative alignment: technologies and techniques to navigate to your best option and outcomes

R. Nuijts The Netherlands

Managing post-operative error with toric IOL patients: pearls for success

D. Spalton UK

Panel discussion & final ARS assessment

Location: Auditorium 15

Surgical Management of Astigmatism for Cataract Patients: Pre, Intra, and Post-Operative Protocols for Success

Moderator(s): D. Spalton UK D. Koch USA

Saturday 10 September | 18:15 - 19:15

P. Stodulka Czech Republic

Acriva Tri-ED & CAPSULaser – leading edge technologies

J. Blanckaert Belgium

Continuous vision of Acriva Reviol Tri-ED: 6-month follow-up results

M. Hawlina Slovenia

Trifocal IOL with EDOF combination: initial outcomes with regards to reading speed and contrast sensitivity

Location: Room B3

Acriva Reviol Tri-ED: Breakthrough Seamless Continuous Vision with Trifocal EDOF Technology

R. Bellucci Italy F. Poyales Spain

S. Zaluski France

Les clefs de l’organisation dans la chirurgie de la cataracte

M. Labetoulle France

Une nouvelle voie d’administration pour une nouvelle prise en charge

A. Bron France

Sécurité et tolérance de la céfuroxime en injection intracamérulaire : 10 ans de recul

P. Rozot France

Mydriase à l'incision pour la phacoexerèse : cas pratiques en vidéo

Location: Room B12

Lancement d’une Nouvelle ère Dans la Mydriase

Moderator(s): B. Cochener France

Sunday 11 September | 13:00 - 14:00

S. Arshinoff Canada

OVD management: a lesson in form and flow

S. Srinivasan UK

Corneal integrity: early clinical results from a new class of OVD

M. Nanavaty UK

Advances in outcomes and efficiencies: introducing RayOne

Location: Room B4

Outcome Excellence in Cataract Surgery

Moderator(s): S. Arshinoff Canada

D. Pinero Spain

New preclinical optical assessments

P. Rozot France

Multifocality: which place for the depth-of-focus IOLs?

G. Savini Italy

Clinical results on MINI WELL and predictors of visual performance

E. Ng Ireland

Case selection for MINI WELL extended depth of focus IOL

G. Auffarth Germany

Halo and glare assessment with the MINI WELL EDOF IOL

Location: Room B5

Mini WELL, the Progressive EDOF IOL: One Year Later

Moderator(s): G. Auffarth Germany

A. Brezin France

Redefining control in IOL delivery with UltraSert® pre-loaded system

N. Pesztenlehrern Hungary

Standardized high-quality performance everyday with Verion

D. Lake UK

Dealing with challenging cases with low fluidics

H. Kjaerbo Denmark

Closing comments and remarks

Location: Auditorium 15

Establishing a New Benchmark in Daily Cataract Surgery

Moderator(s): H. Kjaerbo Denmark

R. Osher USA

Difficult cases rescued by the new Malyugin Ring

B. Malyugin Russia

Small pupil and FLACS

S. Masket USA

Little instruments can help big problems

Location: Hall H1

Complex Cataract Cases, The Simple Truths

Moderator(s): R. Osher USA

Y. Yang UK

OCT angiography - reality update

M. Pellegrini Italy

Smart multimodality imaging

Location: Room B10

Smart Multimodality Imaging

Moderator(s): M. Long UK

S. Daya UK

Getting the most out of the OPD-Scan III

D. Gatinel France

OPD-Scan III for refractive and complex cataract surgery

E. Ligabue Italy

Nidek diagnostic platform in femto cataract surgery

Location: Room B12

Enhancing Cataract and Lens Surgery with Nidek Diagnostics

Moderator(s): S. Daya UK

M. Khaimi USA

M. Gallardo USA

Location: Room B8

A New MIGS on the Block

Moderator(s): N. Koerber Germany

W. Hill USA


Science and development of the RBF

D. Goldblum Switzerland

First clinical experience and results I

A. Abulafia Israel

First clinical experience and results II

Location: Room B11

New Technology for Improved Refractive Outcomes with the LENSTAR

Moderator(s): W. Hill USA

N. Hekster The Netherlands

IBM Watson - a cognitive computing system in eye care: a new era of health

C. Glittenberg Austria

Innovations and new trends for health IT in eye care

L. Hanneken Germany

Value of digital information tools in a clinical practice for improving efficiency in cataract surgery

Location: Room B9

Cognitive Computing, the Future of your Clinical Practice!

Moderator(s): C. Glittenberg Austria

S. Schallhorn USA

New advances in aberrometry and excimer technology

J. Stevens UK

The transition from standard phaco to laser cataract surgery

D. Chang USA

Tips and pearls for an optimized phaco procedure

A. Hamid UK

Extended Range of Vision IOL – a solution to meet the visual needs of the modern patient

Location: Room B7

Pillars for Building a Premium Cataract and Refractive Practice

Moderator(s): J. Stevens UK

R. Shah India

SMILE at 7 1/2 years - a test over time

S. Slade USA

U.S. study of SMILE for myopia and myopic astigmatism

K. Pradhan Nepal

SMILE for hyperopia: successful pilot and first study outcomes

D. Reinstein UK

PRESBYOND: mechanism and outcomes and why I chose PRESBYOND for my own eyes

S. Ganesh India

PRESBYOND: my clinical decision pathway for presbyopic patients and why I chose PRESBYOND for my own eyes

Location: Hall C4

Three Generations with ZEISS Refractive Laser Solutions – PRK ͦ LASIK ͦ SMILE

Moderator(s): R. Shah India

R. Nuijts The Netherlands

How does your practice compare with the others around the EU for mydriasis in cataract surgery?

R. Mencucci Italy

Efficacy of the new intracameral combo-solution

M. Labetoulle France

Safety and tolerance of intracameral injection of mydriatics and Mydrane pre-clinical and clinical data

A. Behndig Sweden

Safety and tolerance of intracameral injection of mydriatics and Mydrane in routine clinical practice

B. Cochener France

How this new intracameral mydriatics may daily improve your cataract surgery

Location: Room B3

Towards Less Drops in Cataract Surgery

Moderator(s): J. Güell Spain

R. Bellucci Italy

Smart technology: LASIK with the TENEO™ 317 & SUPRACOR™ LASIK for the presbyopic patient

J. Fernández Spain

The complete premium package with the VICTUS® femtosecond laser platform and the Versario® multifocal 3F IOL

L. Hoffart France

A therapeutic procedure with the VICTUS® femtosecond laser platform

H. Kasaby UK

Ease of use with the EyeCee® one preloaded IOL following femtosecond laser cataract surgery

Location: Hall C2

Near Live Surgery: A World of Choice - Innovative Procedures Across All Patient Ages

Moderator(s): T. Neuhann Germany

Sunday 11 September | 18:00 - 19:30

A. Brezin France

Chair Welcome and Introduction

K. Tjia The Netherlands

P. Crozafon France

Cataract intraoperative challenges

S. Al Messabi United Arab Emirates

F. Carones Italy

Addressing the visual needs of demanding patients

G. Scharioth Germany

S. Rizzo Italy

Beyond cataract: latest innovations in vitreo-retinal surgeries

Summary and Close

Location: Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center

INFOCUS – Achieving excellence in cataract & vitreoretinal surgery: A 360° view on ophthalmic surgical challenges

Moderator(s): A. Brezin France

Monday 12 September | 13:00 - 14:00

Dr. Kateřina Buusová Smečková Czech Republic

Breakthrough in presbyopia correcting IOLs: AcrySof® IQ PanOptix®

J. Murta Portugal

Intraoperative wavefront aberrometry: a step forward in your cataract surgical outcomes

A. Kanellopoulos Greece

IOL solutions assisted by refractive lasers

Location: Hall C1

State of the Art in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Moderator(s): R. Nuijts The Netherlands

A. Konstas Greece

Glaucoma’s role in ocular surface disease

P. Pisella France

Ocular surface disease in the face of cataract surgery

E. Messmer Germany

Ocular surface disease after corneal refractive surgery

S. Heegaard Denmark

Is there a future for preservatives in topical treatment of dry eye diseases?

Location: Auditorium 15

Exploring the Role of Ocular Surface Disease in Cataract and Glaucoma

Moderator(s): S. Heegaard Denmark

S. Marcos Spain

Chromatic aberration in patients implanted with hydrophylic and hydrophobic PhysIOL IOLs

O. Findl Austria

Clinical outcomes of the double C-loop platform with G-free raw material

D. Gatinel France

A new era of trifocality: clinically relevant optical properties

P. Stodulka Czech Republic

A new era of trifocality: first clinical outcomes

Location: Room B6

A New Era of FineVision by PhysIOL

Moderator(s): K.G. Gundersen Norway

K. Brasse Germany

I. Singh USA

J. Conrath France

Location: Room B8

Floaters: To Treat or Not to Treat?

Moderator(s): K. Brasse Germany

D. Neely USA

K. Nischal USA

Location: Room B10

Paediatric Cataract. Challenges and Successes in Developing Countries

Moderator(s): R. Walters UK

B. Qureshi UK

P. Artal Spain

F. Hengerer Germany

F. Badala Italy

Location: Room B11

iolAMD Eyemax Mono - A New and Unique Approach to Extending and Improving Visual Function in Patients with Maculopathy

Moderator(s): T. Neuhann Germany