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ESCRS 2017 Barcelona, Spain
ESCRS: Endo Optiks®
ECP Surgical Course with
Hands-on Wet Lab
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ESCRS Meeting Centre
Meeting room 2, level 0
Saturday, October 7
17.30 — 19.30 Registration
and refreshments at 17:30
Professor Philip Bloom
Robert J. Noecker, M.D.
Course certificate
“ECP is an ideal way to address moderately controlled glaucoma and cataract in one procedure.”
Professor Philip Bloom
MBChB, FRCS(Ed), FRCOphth
AAO 2017 New Orleans, LA, USA
AAO: Your Choice of 3 Hands-on Wet Labs
11/10
Retina Subspecialty Day
Endoscopy Tutorial Course
Take a new look into the world of endoscopy! Learn the techniques and advantages for RD/PVR, Trauma, ROP, NVG, and more.
11/12
ECP Surgical Course
A New Perspective on MIGS
Join us for breakfast and
learn the basic techniques of
ECP and combining MIGS.
Show
Hours
In-Booth One-on-One
Clinical Wet Lab
Experience endoscopy and ECP at your convenience and receive dedicated training during AAO show hours at BVI Booth 830. Practice ECP and posterior segment techniques.
Spotlight Video - An Introduction to ECP (click here to go to our Video Resource Library.)
New article...
ECP provides primary secondary therapy option for glaucoma
Surgeon uses minimally invasive “non-trabitional” method to reduce IOP in patients facing high-risk procedures.
by Philip Bloom, MD
Ophthalmology Times Europe, May 10 2017.
For 20 years I have effectively employed endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) as a primary or secondary line of glaucoma treatment. ECP is a minimally invasive glaucoma surgical (MIGS) option capable of reducing IOP in the majority of patients and can potentially eliminate the need for drainage surgery, including trabeculectomy (trab) and glaucoma drainage devices (GDDs).
In the news...
Anterior Segment Imaging
ASOCT vs. UBM vs. endoscope; casebased approaches.
by Benjamin Bert, MD, FACS & Brian Francis, MD, MS
Ophthalmology Management, Vol: 20; Issue: November 2016, 31-34.
Currently, numerous imaging modalities are available to the anterior segment specialist to assist in the accurate diagnosis and management of patients, both medically and surgically. Progressing from slit lamp photography, we now have ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM), anterior segment ocular coherence tomography (ASOCT) and the ability to obtain intraoperative endoscopic images and video. Here, we will take a casebased approach to demonstrate the advantages of each modality and how to utilize their strengths.