Basic phaco course 1
From September 24th 2021, on-demand on eLOS
In Basic Phaco course 1, Richard Packard MD DO FRCS FRCOphth FEBOS-CR introduces Cataract Surgery with Phacoemulsification. Dr, 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.
– Application Link: HERE
CME: An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.
By taking this course you will earn 1 CME Credit.