Astigmatism: A New Standard of Care
Bridging the gap to cataract refractive surgery
sponsored by Alcon
A high proportion of cataract patients are significantly astigmatic – and this can compromise their quality of vision post-surgery. There are diverse methods to address astigmatism at the time of the cataract surgery, but not all are equally effective. Could advanced instrumentation and toric IOLs change the standard of care? The consensus at Alcon Axis Advanced Workshop, held in Barcelona, Spain, on October 26, 2019, is that it can – even in patients with only mild astigmatism.
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