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37th Congress of the ESCRS | 14.09.19 Paris


Dr. Alberto Bellone

Saturday, September 14
15:40-16:00

Sunday, September 15
10:40-11:00

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Paris 2019 Information

The 37th Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) will take place between the 14-18 September 2019 in Pavilion 7, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris.

Venue Information: https://www.viparis.com/en/site/paris-expo-porte-de-versailles

Venue Address
Pavilion 7, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles – 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris
Please note: this is a newly built congress centre and not the same venue as the 2010 Congress.

Metro: Porte de Versailles Line 12

Congress Delegate & Exhibitor Badge Collection

ESCRS are providing a Badge Collection Service at Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports and at a number of hotels in Paris. This service will be available for Delegates and Exhibitors who have pre-registered for the Paris Congress.

* Your badge collection email and photo ID must be provided
to collect your badge. *

Airport Badge Collection

Thursday 12 September & Friday 13 September, 08.00 – 22.00

Charles de Gaulle Airport: Terminal 1 & Terminal 2F, Arrivals Hall

Orly Airport: West Terminal Arrivals Hall, beside the car rental desks

Hotel Badge Collection

Thursday 12 September & Friday 13 September, 16.00 – 22.00

– Novotel Tour Eiffel
– Marriott Rive Gauche
– Concorde Montparnasse
– Hilton Opera
– Mercure Paris Bolougne
– Novotel Suites Paris Expo Porte de Versaille

Hotels on google maps

Main Symposia

ESCRS/EuCornea Symposium: Cataract Surgery in Eyes with Diseased Corneas

Saturday 14 September | 14.00 – 16.00
Chairpersons: M. Busin ITALY, J. Hjortdal DENMARK

14.00
B. Bachmann GERMANY
Performing cataract surgery with an opaque cornea: overcoming poor visualization

14.15
V. Scorcia ITALY
Opting for cataract extraction alone, despite endothelial pathology

14.30
Discussion

14.40
V. Borderie FRANCE
DALK with cataract surgery: a sensible approach?

14.55
F. Larkin UK
DSAEK or DMEK: which to combine with cataract surgery in the diseased cornea?

15.10
Discussion

15.20
B. Seitz GERMANY
When PK is still preferable to endothelial keratoplasty

15.35
T. Olsen DENMARK
IOL calculations in the pathological cornea

15.50
Discussion

16.00
End of session

Surgeons Under Stress

Sunday 15 September | 11.00 – 13.00
Chairpersons: O. Findl AUSTRIA, M. Severinsen DENMARK

11.00
M. Bayerle-Eder AUSTRIA
Understanding stress

11.10
B. Little UK
The running out rhexis

11:20
B. Malyugin RUSSIA
The constricting pupil

11.30
Discussion

11.35
S. Palkovits AUSTRIA
Surgical stress quantified

11.45
V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA
The wobbling lens

11:55
J. Guell SPAIN
The challenging phakic IOL

12.05
Discussion

12.10
M. Muraine FRANCE
The DMEK flap upside-down

12.20
A. Presland UK
Relaxing the patient

12:30
S. Severinsen DENMARK (Breatheology)
Relaxing the surgeon
Stress control for your next surgery

12.50
Discussion

13.00
End of session

Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology

Monday 16 September | 11.00 – 13.00
Chairpersons: B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE, G. Kleinmann ISRAEL

11.00
B. O’Sullivan IRELAND
Ethics and artificial intelligence

11.15
A. Loewenstein ISRAEL
Artificial intelligence in age-related macular degeneration

11.30
Discussion

11.40
X. Zhang CHINA
Artificial intelligence in the diagnosis of glaucoma

11.55
G. Quellec FRANCE
Generalization to other pathologies and imaging devices

12.10
Discussion

12.20
D. Azar USA
Smart lenses to compensate accommodation loss

12.35
B. Nelson SWITZERLAND
Robotization in eye surgery

12.50
Discussion

13.00
End of session

The Unhappy Pseudophakic Patient

Tuesday 17 September | 11.00 – 13.00
Chairpersons: A. Behndig SWEDEN, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

11.00
M. Kugelberg SWEDEN
Causes of patient dissatisfaction in the Swedish Cataract Registry

11.15
K. Pesudovs AUSTRALIA
20/20 but still unhappy

11.30
Discussion

11.40
E. Assia ISRAEL
Happy until the IOL dislocated

11.55
G. Luyten THE NETHERLANDS
Negative dysphotopsias

12.10
Discussion

12.20
O. Findl AUSTRIA
The unhappy toric IOL patient

12.35
B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE
The unhappy multifocal IOL patient

12.50
Discussion

13.00
End of session

Long-Term Implications of Standard Refractive Procedures

Wednesday 18 September | 11.00 – 13.00
Chairpersons: J. Guell SPAIN, F. Malecaze FRANCE

11.00
L. Buratto ITALY
Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)

11.15
D. Epstein SWITZERLAND
Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)

11.30
Discussion

11.40
D. Touboul FRANCE
Corneal ring segments

11.55
J. Mehta SINGAPORE
Corneal inlays

12.10
Discussion

12.20
R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS
Phakic IOLs

12.35
R. Bellucci ITALY
Refractive lens exchange

12.50
Discussion

13.00
End of session


Clinical Research Symposia

Creative Research and Clinical Dissemination
Saturday 14 September | 08.30 – 17.30

Understanding and Dealing with Dysphotopsia
08.30 – 10.30
Chairpersons: O. Findl AUSTRIA, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

08.30
N. Mamalis USA
Positive and negative dysphotopsias: a serious problem?

08.45
M. Simpson USA
Ray tracing of negative dysphotopsias

09.00
Discussion

09.10
J. Beenakker THE NETHERLANDS
Uncovering the origin of negative dysphotopsias with MRI: the ESCRS vRESPOND study

09.25
J. Murta PORTUGAL
Neuroadaptation in patients with dysphotopsia: the ESCRS NECSUS study

09.40
Discussion

09.50
S. Palkovits AUSTRIA
Quantifying negative dysphotopsias

10.05
S. Masket USA
IOL designs to avoid negative dysphotopsias

10.20
Discussion

10.30
End of session

Next Generation IOLs
11.00 – 13.00
Chairpersons: D. Gatinel FRANCE, J. Hjortdal DENMARK

11.00
J. Alio SPAIN
New presbyopia correcting IOLs

11.15
A. Langenbucher GERMANY
Multifocal add-on IOLs

11.30
Discussion

11.40
G. Auffarth GERMANY
Material selection for the perfect future IOL

11.55
L. Werner USA
Femtosecond laser modification of IOLs

12.05
Discussion

12.20
S. Marcos SPAIN
Optical perspectives for optimising future IOLs

12.35
F. Cabot USA
Present myth but future reality: development of true accommodative IOLs

12.50
Discussion

13.00
End of session

Translational Research in Ocular Surgery
13.30 – 15.30
Chairpersons: G. Auffarth GERMANY, B. Cochener FRANCE

13.30
G. Tuohy IRELAND
From basic sciences to clinical application: new regulatory procedures

13.45
G. Pellegrini ITALY
Corneal stem cell implantation for ocular surface reconstruction

14.00
Discussion

14.10
D. Smadja ISRAEL
New galenics and nanotechnology in topical ocular drug delivery

14.25
R. Shetty INDIA
The explosion of biomarkers

14.40
Discussion

14.50
G. Le Meur FRANCE
Hope for gene therapy in ophthalmology

15.05
T. Fuchsluger GERMANY
Stimulation of corneal endothelial cell regeneration

15.20
Discussion

15.30
End of session

Hitting the Target with IOLs
15.30 – 17.30
Chairpersons: G. Kleinmann ISRAEL, J. Murta PORTUGAL

15.30
B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE
Optimisation of the ocular surface for accurate biometric measurements

15.45
G. Barrett AUSTRALIA
Understanding biometric measurements and validation criteria: when and how should we treat low corneal astigmatism

16.00
Discussion

16.10
G. Savini ITALY
IOL power calculation in regular and unique cases

16.25
J. Ladas USA
Artificial intelligence and big data in IOL power calculation

16.40
Discussion

16.50
R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS
Intraoperative wavefront aberrometry

17.05
N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA
Intraoperative OCT measurements

17.20
Discussion

17.30
End of session

Combined Symposium of Cataract & Refractive Societies

ESCRS – European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons
APACRS – Asia-Pacifc Association of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons
ASCRS – American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery
LASCRS – Latin American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

Monday 16 September | 16.15 – 18.15

Innovative IOL Technology

Chairperson: B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE (ESCRS)

Moderators: G. Barrett AUSTRALIA (APACRS)
M. Srur CHILE (LASCRS)
R. Hoffmann USA (ASCRS)

16.15
D. Chang USA (ASCRS)
Light adjustable IOL

16.25
H. Uy PHILIPPINES (APACRS)
Multi component adjustable IOL

16.35
Discussion

16.45
J.J. Mura CHILE (LASCRS)
New delivery system

16.55
G. Auffarth GERMANY (ESCRS)
Extended-depth-of-focus IOLs

17.05
Discussion

17.15
J. Vukich USA (ASCRS)
Pinhole small aperture IOL

17.25
M. Amon AUSTRIA (ESCRS)
Piggyback implantation

17.35
Discussion

17.45
M. Cosentino ARGENTINA (LASCRS)
Last refinement in biomaterial

17.55
S. Ganesh INDIA (APACRS)
IOLs on the horizon

18.05
Discussion

18.15
End of session