On-demand webinar

Extended and full-range of vision IOLs – individualized options for all of your patients

JUL 31, 2022 · 114 min watch
Ben LaHood, MD
Author

Ben LaHood, MD

Ashford Advanced Eye Care, Ashford, Australia

Joaquín Fernández, MD
Author

Joaquín Fernández, MD

Qvisión, Almería, Spain

Haike Guo, MD
Author

Haike Guo, MD

Shanghai Heping Eye Hospital, China

Johnny Moore, MD
Author

Johnny Moore, MD

Cathedral Eye Clinic, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Michael Goggin, MD
Author

Michael Goggin, MD

Ashford Advanced Eye Care, Adelaide, Australia

Sartaj Grewal, MD
Author

Sartaj Grewal, MD

Grewal Eye Insitute, Chandigarh, India

Peter Stalmans, MD
Author

Peter Stalmans, MD

University Hospital Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

Xiangjia Zhu, MD
Author

Xiangjia Zhu, MD

Eye and ENT Hospital of Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Dr. Ruth Lapid-Gortzak
Author

Dr. Ruth Lapid-Gortzak

Amsterdam University Medical Centers, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Summary

Extended and full-range of vision IOLs – individualized options for all of your patients

In fall 2021, a peer-reviewed publication with the longest follow-up period known to date for a diffractive trifocal IOL was published. Do you know how these lenses perform over the years?
Together with his peers, Dr. Ben LaHood will review and discuss long-term clinical experiences, patient-reported outcomes and show approaches for dealing with patients who might not be considered candidates for full range of vision IOLs in the first place. They will present cases with diverse patient profiles, such as patients with previous refractive treatment, high myopia, high corneal astigmatism, mild AMD, early stable glaucoma etc.

Watch this 4-part series and listen to a renowned global panel to get more insights into clinical best practices, experiences, and learnings with trifocal and EDoF IOLs from ZEISS.

  • Part 1: How do trifocals perform long-term? with Joaquín Fernández, MD and Haike Guo, MD
  • Part 2: How to deal with your post-refractive eyes? with Johnny Moore, MD and Michael Goggin, MD
  • Part 3: Planning for success, dealing with disappointments (1/2) with Peter Stalmans, MD and Sartaj Grewal, MD
  • Part 4: Planning for success, dealing with disappointments (2/2) with Xiangjia Zhu, MD and Ruth Lapid-Gortzak, MD


Part 1
Chapter 1: Opening “How do trifocals perform long-term?” [00:00-00:52]
Chapter 2: Presentation by Joaquín Fernández on long term study outcomes [00:53-11:47]
Chapter 3: Panel discussion with Ben LaHood, Joaquín Fernández and Haike Guo [11:48-24:29]
- Refractive stability with trifocal IOLs and the experiences from Prof. Haike Guo
- Contrast sensitivity with trifocal IOLs
- Impact of pupil size
- PCO and Nd:YAG rates with trifocal IOLs
Chapter 4: Closing “How do trifocals perform long-term?” [24:30-25:20]


Part 2
Chapter 5: Opening “How to deal with your post-refractive eyes?“ [00:00-00:36]
Chapter 6: Presentation by Ben LaHood “Trifocal IOL in post LVC - A straight forward case” followed by a discussion on indications where to start in post LVC cases and decentration [0:39-07:06]
Chapter 7: Presentation by Johnny Moore “Mix & Match with AT LARA/AT LISA tri” [7:07-13:20]
- the impact of pupil size on the combined approach
- how to decide which eye does get the trifocal IOL and the EDof IOL
Chapter 8: Presentation by Michael Goggin on “Post hyperopic excimer ablation trifocal IOLs” [13:21-18:14]
Chapter 9: Panel discussion with Ben LaHood, Michael Goggin and Johnny Moore [18:15- 23:56]
- the impact on patient satisfaction in cases of a remaining 0,5D of astigmatism
- dealing with inducing slight astigmatism during a cataract surgery
- What kind of IOL power calculation methods are our experts using
Chapter 10: Closing part 2 “How to deal with your post-refractive eyes?“ [23:57-24:27]

Part 3
Chapter 11: Opening “Planning for success, dealing with disappointments (1/2)” [00:00- 3:32]
Chapter 12:
Presentation by Peter Stalmans on “Use of EDOF IOLs in vitreoretinal patients” followed by a discussion on guidelines of epiretinal membrane grading and the use of multifocal IOLs [3:33-15:47]
Chapter 13:
Presentation by Sartaj Grewal on “Multifocal IOL in Patients with Glaucoma” [15:48-26:39]
Chapter 14:
Panel discussion with Ben LaHood, Peter Stalmans and Sartaj Grewal [26:40-31:05]
- “Do trifocal IOLs alter the visual field”
- Performing optic nerves tests and performing OCT with patients having a trifocal IOL implanted
- Limits and guidelines to exclude multifocal IOLs
- Discussion on how to calculate IOLs correctly in these more tricky situations
Chapter 15: Closing “Planning for success, dealing with disappointments (1/2)” [31:06-32:07]
 

Part 4
Chapter 16: Opening “Planning for success, dealing with disappointments (2/2)” [00:00-2:14]
Chapter 17: Presentation by Xiangjia Zhu on “Implantation of trifocal IOLs in highly myopic eyes” [2:15-11:54]
- Experiences regarding IOL in-bag stability
- How to plan cataract surgery in a long/high myopic eye
Chapter 18: Presentation by Ruth Lapid-Gortzak on astigmatism and trifocal IOLs with practical tips [11:55-21:07]
Chapter 19: Panel discussion with Xiangjia Zhu, Ruth Lapid-Gortzak and Ben LaHood [21:08-22:17]
- Thresholds for using toric IOLs & dealing with residual astigmatism
- Patient counselling for trifocals IOLs
- IOL positioning and in-bag stability
- IOL explantation rates and touch up options
Chapter 20: Closing webinar series “Extended and full-range of vision IOLs [27:17-29:13]


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