Early adopters who have been trialling the latest innovations in cataract workflow from ZEISS over the past 12 months are now sharing their experience as part of a nation-wide roadshow.
Having commenced in Perth, then Melbourne, the next stop for the roadshow will be at the Sydney QT Hotel on 3 August.
Dr Smita Agarwal, Dr Amir Hamid, Dr Brad Townsend and Dr Weng Sehu will be participating in the conversation on how to take cataract workflow to the next step with ZEISS devices and applications.
At the first roadshow in Perth, international surgeons Dr Amir Hamid and Dr Tun Kuan Yeo, as well as Perth based Dr Andrea Ang and Associate Professor Angus Turner stepped the audience through ZEISS’s Cataract Workflow.
“The workflow’s first stop was in a clinic with surgery planner EQ Workplace, which assists in streamlining processes and saving time in the clinic,” ZEISS said.
“Next, we continued to the operating room with the innovative QUATERA 700 phaco pump system fluidics and concluded the workflow with the first monofocal C-loop hydrophobic IOL in the ZEISS portfolio, the CT LUCIA 621, with the unique ZEISS optic.”
Best practices were shared with the audience as well as tips to allow for a smooth and easy transition to the latest technology available.
The ZEISS Cataract Workflow roadshow continued to Melbourne in early May.
Early adopters Drs Anton van Heerden and Georgia Cleary discussed their experience with the Cataract Workflow and how it enabled greater efficiency without compromise.
ZEISS has also completed two registrar events in Brisbane and Sydney and is holding a third in Melbourne in July.