September 5, 2014 Meeting Conference


Cataract I

Professional Practice Gaps:

 

 

 

 

Using feedback from NEOS members and discussion by the Program Committee, cataract surgery in patients with corneal pathology was identified as a significant professional practice gap in our membership.

 

 

 

 

 

Program Objectives:

 

 

 

 

 

The content and format of this educational activity has been specifically designed to fill the identified practice gaps in our membership's current and potential scope of professional activities in a way that focuses on education, while managing commercial support and maintaining independence from promotional activities and commercial proprietary interests. This program seeks to:

 

 

 

 

1) Increase the competence of the audience in the areas of cataract surgery in patients with corneal pathology.

2) Improve the performance of the audience in surgery and clinical practice.

 

 

 

3) Improve outcomes in the area of patient care and surgery.



Cataract Surgery in Patients with Pterygia
Michael E. Zegans

Morning program


Cataract Surgery in Patients with Penetrating Corneal Injuries
Donna Siracuse-Lee

Afternoon program


Infection Prophylaxis and Intracameral Antibiotics for Cataract Surgery
Z. Katie Luo

Afternoon program


Cataract Surgery in the Penetrating Keratoplasty and Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty Patient
Daniel Hu

Afternoon program


Fuchs’ dystrophy and Bullous keratopathy- Achieving the Intended Refractive Outcome with Cataract Surgery in Patients with Endothelial Dysfunction
Nicoletta A. Fynn-Thompson

Afternoon program


Dense Cataracts: Utilizing power modulation to effectively remove dense cataracts and minimize endothelial Damage.
Susan MacDonald

Afternoon program


Astigmatic Management in Cataract Surgery
Neda Shamie

Afternoon program


Phaco, DSEK, DMEK, and DALK-When to consider combined surgery vs. sequential
Neda Shamie

Afternoon program


Retina

Professional Practice Gaps:

Using feedback from NEOS members and discussion by the Program Committee, posterior segment challenges with cataract surgery was identified as a significant professional practice gap in our membership.

Program Objectives:

The content and format of this educational activity has been specifically designed to fill the identified practice gaps in our membership's current and potential scope of professional activities in a way that focuses on education, while managing commercial support and maintaining independence from promotional activities and commercial proprietary interests. This program seeks to:

1) Increase the competence of the audience in the areas of retina care after cataract surgery.

2) Improve the performance of the audience in clinical identification of posterior segment complications after cataract surgery and increasing knowledge base of potential treatment options.


Retained lens fragments
Steven Ness

Morning program


Intraoperative Management of Vitreous Loss
Mark Packer

Morning program


Pre-operative Assessment for Cataract Surgery in Age Related Macular Degeneration
Nadia Waheed

Morning program


Endophthalmitis vs. TASS: Diagnosis and Management of Severe Postoperative Inflammation
Jeffrey Heier

Morning program


Preoperative Assessment of Cataract Surgery in Diabetics
Nauman A. Chaudhry

Morning program


Cystoid Macular Edema after Cataract Surgery
Jeffrey L. Marx

Morning program


Retinal Detachment/Retinal Tears after Cataract Surgery
Vasiliki Poulaki

Morning program


Management of Dislocated Intraocular Lenses
Stanley Chang

Morning program


Combined Cataract-Vitrectomy vs Consecutive Surgery for Macular Disease: Pros and Cons
Stanley Chang

Morning program