Book your ASCRS 2019 Wet Labs Here:
Ziemer is ready to roll in San Diego for ASCRS 2019. How about you? There’s still time to schedule a wet lab, choose from five procedures this year, and make reservations for Galilei Day. Select one of the buttons above.
Champagne Toast- May 4 at 4 p.m.
And don’t forget our Annual ASCRS Champagne Toast, Saturday, May 4, at 4 p.m. Stop by and raise a glass of the bubbly at our booth, #2933. Thanks for making Ziemer part of your ASCRS plans!
Industry Spot Light Theater – May 4. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Neda Nikpoor will discuss her experience with the LDV Z8 in a session moderated by Robert Weinstock, M.D. The presentation takes place in the Spotlight Theater, Booth 1345, in the exhibit hall. Find out about other speakers and updates to the schedule.
Wet Labs Booth #2933 – May 4, 5 and 6
To book a time that best fits with your show plans. Visit our scheduling page to book either a cataract or corneal procedures session. For corneal procedures, you’ll choose one of a range of procedures: Keratoplasties, LASIK, Pockets, or Rings. You can also return to the schedule page and book additional laser time.
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Galilei Day – May 2 at the Hard Rock Hotel
|We’re very excited to announce that the Galilei will have its own day at ASCRS 2019. Join us in the Legends Ballroom at the Hard Rock Hotel and learn about the Galilei and real-world applications in research and surgical planning. Spend the whole day or choose a session or two that matches your interests. Make reservations online.|
|Galilei Day Agenda|
|9:05 a.m.||What matters in refractive surgery planning||Bastian Bratenstein, M. Optometrist|
|9:15 a.m||Why we all need the PTA report for the refractive surgery candidate||Dr. Marcony Santhiago||9:50 a.m.||Keratoconus diagnosis with Galilei||Dr. Shady Awwad|
|10:10 a.m.||Planning and discussion of Cross-Linking Cases||Dr. Bala Ambati|
|10:45 a.m.||Intacs before Cataract Surgery||Dr. Bala Ambati|
|11 a.m.||Keratoconus screening by Galilei: Differences among devices||Dr. Carlos Arce|
|11:20 a.m.||Galilei guided DALK||Dr. Carlos Arce|
|11:40 a.m.||Panel discussion: Refractive / KC Cases Group|
|1:p.m.||What matters in cataract surgery planning||Dr. Gregor Schmid|
|1:20 p.m.||Total Corneal Astigmatism||Dr. Mitch Weikert|
|1:40 p.m.||Cataract Planning with Galilei||Dr. Shady Awwad|
|2 p.m.||Clinical use of the Galilei G6*
in Cataract and Refractive Surgery
|Dr. Daphne Han|
|2:40 p.m.||Segment-wise conversion of optical axial length from an optical point||Dr. Gregor Schmid|
|3 p.m.||Segment-wise conversion of optical axial length from a clinical point||Dr. David Cooke|
|3:20 p.m||Comparison of the Galilei G6 with the Pentacam AXL and IOL Master||Dr. Ricardo Nosé|
|3:40 p.m.||Panel discussion: Cataract Cases Group|
|The *GALILEI G6 Lens Professional is pending FDA approval and is not available for sale in the U.S. For some other countries, availability may be restricted due to local regulatory requirements. Please contact Ziemer for details.|