Astigmatism Clinical Education
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2023 Instructional Courses
Focus in on astigmatism management through these in-depth instructional courses presented at the 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting.
Nailing Your Toric Outcomes
This program explores key factors for achieving your desired toric outcomes, ways to examine best practices for pre-, intra-, and postoperative planning and reviews enhancement strategies to manage astigmatism in cataract patients.
This roundtable will include
dynamic faculty and various case studies on key factors for achieving your
toric outcomes, formulas and alignment methods and addressing ways to select
Toric IOLS for post-refractive eyes.
Astigmatism 2021: The Quest for Refractive Perfection
This program will discuss how preoperative planning, intraoperative alignment, and postoperative enhancements will help you nail your astigmatic targets.
Astigmatism Correction Made EasyPresented by Mitchell P. Weikert, MD, MS, ABO
Dr. Weikert presents his top 5 pearls for managing misaligned toric IOLs at the 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting.
Pearls for Astigmatism Management
Enjoy the latest astigmatism pearls from 2023 and 2022 X-Rounds
Browse this selection of films from the 2023 and 2022 ASCRS Annual Meetings focused on the management of astigmatism.
Astigmatism Double Angle Plot Tool
Rethinking astigmatism analysis for intraocular lens-based surgery. Click to read the JCRS article about this tool, view instructions for the tool, and download the tool.
Barrett Toric Calculator
This calculator is intended to be used in conjunction with a comprehensive ophthalmic examination and the appropriate diagnostic tests and measurements necessary for cataract surgery candidates being considered for a Toric intraocular lens.
Toric Results Analyzer
The Toric Results Analyzer was developed by John Berdahl MD and David Hardten MD to help determine if a previously placed Toric IOL is ideally aligned.