Achieving Focus – Refractive Surgery (S6)

Co-hosted by the Chinese Cataract Society (CCS)
date-02Friday, 2 June 2017
time14:00 – 15:30hrs
locationHangzhou Hall 5

Refractive surgery has been around for 20 years now. Some techniques such as LASIK have stood the test of time while others such as PRK have had a resurgence, and there are new kids on the block such as SMILE. What is the gold standard for refractive surgery today?

Chairs:
CHAN Wing Kwong (Singapore) • WANG Zheng (China)

Time Presentation Topic Speaker
14:00 – 14:08hrs SMILE: Should You Be Doing It? Michael LAWLESS
Australia
14:10 – 14:18hrs A Prospective, Randomized, Eye-to-eye Study Comparing Clinical Outcomes of SMILE Surgery to Wavefront-guided LASIK Surgery Edward MANCHE
USA
14:20 – 14:28hrs Straylight and Corneal Interface Manipulation WANG Zheng
China
14:30 – 14:38hrs SMILE versus LASIK – Literature Review Michael KNORZ
Germany
14:40 – 14:48hrs Refractive Surgery for High Myopia: Dilemmas and Controversies Cordelia CHAN
Singapore
14:50 – 14:58hrs Astigmatic Incisions in FLACS – How Effective? Sri GANESH
India
15:00 – 15:08hrs Extending Depth of Focus with Small Aperture IOL Robert ANG
Philippines
15:10 – 15:18hrs Managing Femto-LASIK Complications Mohamad ROSMAN
Singapore
15:20 – 15:28hrs Optics Playing Devil in Unhappy Refractive Outcomes Rohit SHETTY
India