ESCRS 2019

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  • Paris, France

37th Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Date: Saturday, 14th September to Wednesday, 18th September 2019
Location: Pavilion 7,Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris, France
Booth:
Pavilion 7, Level 7.2, Stand No.: H108

 

Lunch Symposium

Saturday, September 14 ( 13:00 - 14:00 h)
Room West 8

“Applications for high resolution anterior segment imaging”
Moderator: Andreas Kasper

Speakers:

Andreas Kasper
(Heidelberg Engineering GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany)
Live Demo 20 min
Prof. Björn Bachmann
(Augenklinik Uniklinik Köln, Cologne, Germany)
Cornea 20 min
Dr. François-Xavier Crahay
(University of Liège, Liège, Belgium)
Cataract & Refractive 20 min

- No registration required -

 

In-booth presentations Download Flyer

Saturday, September 14
10:30 SPECTRALIS GMPE – Structure and Function
16:00 ANTERION 4 in 1 – It’s All in the Image
Sunday, September 6
10:30 ANTERION 4 in 1 – It’s All in the Image
13:00 SPECTRALIS – Structure. Vasculature. Cellular.
16:00 SPECTRALIS GMPE – Structure and Function
Monday, September 16
10:30 Optimizing OCT Technology – The Best of Both
13:00 SPECTRALIS GMPE – Structure and Function
16:00 ANTERION 4 in 1 – It’s All in the Image
Tuesday, September 17
10:30 ANTERION 4 in 1 – It’s All in the Image

 


Experience images that empower

Put yourself in the picture by getting a whole eye image montage of your own eye. For the whole eye image, we use multiple OCT scans acquired with ANTERION for the anterior segment, and multiple OCT scans of SPECTRALIS for the posterior segment. That way, we harness the imaging capabilities of both technologies.

Come visit us at our booth H108 to get your own whole eye image.

A whole eye montage created using Adobe Photoshop composed of 5 images acquired using ANTERION for the anterior segment and 6 images acquired using SPECTRALIS for the posterior segment. Composite image deliberately not to scale. An imaging parody for promotional purposes only. Artist: Tim Cole, Clinical Market Development Manager, Heidelberg Engineering UK.

 

 

 

 

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