Intensive Wetlab Days

Courses split into 2 groups, please check specific time slot for each group:

Group 1 – Phaco beginner: 6th – 8th September
Group 2 – Phaco advance: 9th – 11th September

During those 2,5 days, you will be mainly focusing on wetlab practice. The theory part takes place online and will be sent latest 2 weeks in advance. 

Intensive Wetlab Days

2.160,00

!! SPECIAL DISCOUNT !!
If you book Phaco Basic & Advanced together, you will get both together for € 2.964,00.
Just apply the Couponcode PHACO21 in your Cart during Checkout!

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Course language: english

During this intensive training course you will be taught the basics of Phacoemulsification.

In our 27 years of experience we constantly improved the program and we have a dedicated team to share their knowledge, helping the delegates to learn and master the surgical skills necessary to perform their surgery safely on patients.

The course puts focus on a practical hands-on surgery training in the wetlabs, where state of the art machines, hand instruments and disposables are provided and accepted as the best way for surgeons to familiarize themselves with the equipment.

Please follow THIS LINK for finding an accommodation.

 
Course Type

Phaco Basic, Pars Plana Vitrectomy, Phaco Advanced

  • Lecture on Wound Construction
  • Capsulorhexis
  • Hydrodissection
  • Nuclear Disassembly Techniques and strategies
  • Irrigation/Aspiration
  • Lens Implantation
  • Sealing the Wound
  • Anterior vitrectomy
  • Identifying complex cases and planning strategies
  • Complications and their avoidance
  • Surgical anatomy of the eye
  • Intraocular pharmacology
  • The Psychology of learning surgery
  • The Microscope
  • The Physics of Phaco
  • Basic steps – pearls and pitfalls
  • The physics of phaco/different pumps
  • Nuclear disassembly techniques and strategies
  • Understanding subtypes – key to removing cataracts
  • Identifying complex cases and planning strategies
  • Complications
  • Anterior vitrectomy
  • IOL exchange
  • Considerations in long and short eyes
  • Subluxated crystalline and intraocular lenses
  • Postoperative cataract surgery complications
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