Structure and function in glaucoma: Where are we now?

  • Palais des Congres 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle Montréal, QC, H2Z 1H5 Canada

Canadian Glaucoma Society
Friday June 16, 1545—1715
Room 517A
Palais de Congres, Montreal

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how OCT can assist with glaucoma diagnosis
  • Compare data from different machines
  • Assimilate tricks to more accurately assess visual fields

GUEST SPEAKERS

Augusto Azuara-Blanco, PhD, FRCS (Ed), FRCOphth
Don Budenz, MD, MPH

FACULTY

Cindy Hutnik, MD
Marcelo Nicolela, MD

MODERATORS

Neeru Gupta, MD, MBA, PhD
Steven Schendel, MD

AGENDA

1545     How can I compare OCT data from different machines? • Don Budenz

1601     Discussion

1605     Automated imaging for glaucoma diagnosis • Augusto Azuara-Blanco

1621     Discussion

1625     Field update: New machines, interpreting fields • Marcelo Nicolela, Cindy Hutnik

1649     Discussion

1655     HOT TOPIC The effects of phacoemulsification on IOP and topical medication use in patients with glaucoma: A systematic review and meta-analysis • James J. Armstrong, Tom Wasiuta, Efstathia Kiatos, Monali Malvankar, Cindy Hutnik

1703     Discussion

1705     The future is here: How digitally integrated visits via teleglaucoma can be used by community ophthalmologists to care for more glaucoma patients in less time • Kenman Gan, Brian Stagg, Eric Maika, Heather Burnett, Murray Erasmus, Trevor Miranda, Mark Bourdeau, Michael Kim, Darren Behn

1713     Discussion

1715     Closing remarks