Basic phaco course 1
From September 2021, on-demand on eLOS
In Basic Phaco course 1, Professor Richard Packard introduces Cataract Surgery with Phacoemulsification. Professor Packard describes techniques and procedures for avoiding complications and achieving the best visual outcomes for patients. He also covers how to plan a standard routine for cataract patients that is designed to minimize errors. He introduces the basics of Phacodynamics by describing Phaco-physics, pump mechanisms, and tip technologies. And he explains how to set instrument parameters according to patient characteristics and gives a short introduction to biometry techniques, new formulae and IOLs. If you want to learn more or need a refresher on phaco fundamentals, this course is for you.
- a) Successful Cataract Surgery
- b) Basics of Phacodynamics
- c) Biometry and IOL selection.
Information: More information about applications and about the course will come in the next weeks.
CME: An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.