KPro training course on August 10, 2013 at the PAAO annual meeting

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KPro training course

Pan American Association of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug 7– 10, 2013.

The course will be held on Saturday Aug 10 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm

For details: http://www.paao.org

Chair:

  • Michael W Belin

Faculty:

  • Juan Carlos Abad
  • Jose de la Cruz
  •  Mark J Mannis
  • Victor L Perez

ARVO 2013 – SIG, “Understanding the role biofilm and infections in keratoprosthesis”

February 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

ARVO 2013

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington

SIG

Sunday May 5, 2013

Session #156

1:00:00 PM – 2:30:00 PM Room TCC 303

  “Understanding the role biofilm and infections in keratoprosthesis”

 

The aim of this SIG is to discuss different aspects of biofilm formation as a key in infections and surface material selection in the context of keratoprosthesis.  Incorporating aspects of surface and tissue imaging and detection of biofilm will help identify the three facets that might affect biointegration in keratoprosthesis: chemical, mechanical and biological sources.

Organiser:

Deborah Sweeney

Moderators:

Jose de la Cruz, Victor Perez

Opening comments (4 min): The evolution of KPros and infections

Michael Belin

Panel Discussion (12 min):  Biofilm in keratoprosthesis, infection or inflammation Relations between biofilm and infection

Darlene Miller

 

Materials and adherence of biofilm

Jean Jacob

 

New frontiers in biofilm and infection in the eye

Michael E. Zegans

 

Open Discussion (45 min)

Panelists

Michael Belin (chair)
Donald Tan
Jim Chodosh
Debbie Sweeney
Jean Marie Parel

KPro Study Group 2012

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8th KPro Study Group meeting, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, May 12, 2012

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8th KPro Study Group meeting

Meeting President: Claes Dohlman – Meeting Chair & Host: Eduardo Alfonso
Preliminary Program
(Only speakers listed – final program will cite all authors)

Date: Saturday, May 12th, 2012
Venue: Jose Berrocal Auditorium, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, 900 NW 17th Street, Miami, Florida 33136
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7:00am Registration opens: $ 85, payable in cash or by check made to “University of Miami”, a receipt will be provided at the registration desk the day of the meeting

Projection booth opens: Download ALL presentations – NO laptop on the podium
Poster hanging: Use scotch tape only, NO pins
Original presentations: 10 mins maximum – Presentations already given at ARVO 2012: 5 mins maximum

7:45 Opening Eduardo Alfonso, Meeting Chair
7:50 Introduction Jean-Marie Parel, KPro Study Group Secretary General
7:55 Meeting Rules Deborah Sweeney & Michael Belin, KPro SG Associate Secretary Generals

Session 1 MOOKP – Moderators: Victor Perez & Yoh Sawatari

8:00 Modified Osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis in Japan – Masahiko Fukuda
8:10 Osteo-Odonto Keratoprosthesis: Initial Experience Using a Four Staged Technique – Virender Sangwan
8:20 The role of electrophysiologic testing in the preoperative assessment of osteo-keratoprosthesis or osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis surgery – Victor Charoenrook
8:30-8:35 Long term ex-vivo testing of three bonding agents utilized to secure the PMMA optical cylinder to the MOOKP osteo-odonto lamina (Poster) – Deepa Sathia
8:35 Discussion (15 mins)

Session 2 Boston Keratoprosthesis – Moderators: Claes Dohlman & James Chodosh

8:50 Boston Keratoprosthesis in ocular chemical burns of southern China – Jianjun Gu
9:00 BPEI Long Term Clinical Outcome and Complications of the use of Boston KPro for the Treatment of Corneal Blindness – Luis Haddock
9:10 Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis for Bilateral Corneal Blindness: The Indian Experience – Virender Sangwan
9:20 Medium-Term Results From the Boston Keratoprosthesis Multicenter Study – Joseph Ciolino
9:30 The Use of Pre-Cut, Gamma Irradiated Corneal Lenticules in Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis Implantation – Essen Akpek
9:40 The Use of Gamma-Irradiated Cornea Tissue with Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis – Lena Chheda
9:50 An Affordable Boston Keratoprosthesis for World Corneal Blindness: the Lucia Modification – James Chodosh
10:00 Discussion (35mins)

10:35-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

Session 3 Alternative KPros and Treatments – Moderators: Debbie Sweeney & Gunther Grabner
11:00 Comparing the clinical application of MICOF and Boston keratoprostheses for corneal opacity unsuitable for keratoplasty – Liqiang Wang
11:10 Short-term clinical results of the use of the KeraKlear for the treatment of corneal blindness – Jose Vargas
11:20 Management of Bilateral Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD): KPro versus Limbal Allograft – Virender Sangwan
11:30 Discussion (15 mins)

Session 4 Infection & Inflammation – Moderators: Eduardo Alfonso & Darlene Miller

11:45 Boston Keratoprosthesis-associated Endophthalmitis: Recommendations for Prevention – Irmgard Behlau
11:55 Contact Lens Surveillance Cultures in Boston Type I Keratoprosthesis Patients – Ruju Ra
12:05 Microbiota Evaluation of Patients with a Boston Type I Keratoprosthesis Treated with Topical 0.5% Moxifloxacin and 5% Povidone-iodine – Lauro A Oliveira
12:15 Retrospective Survival Analysis in Patients with Corneal Melt Following Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis – Ruju Rai
12:25 Scanning Electron Microscopy Observational Analysis of Explanted Keratoprosthesis – Jose De La Cruz
12:35-12:40 Boston Keratoprosthesis is useful for the treatment of severe Candida keratitis after PKP (Poster) – Masuo Sakamoto
12:40 Discussion (25 mins)

1:05-2:00 LUNCH

Session 5 Glaucoma – Moderators: Michael Banitt & Giancarlo Falcinelli

2:00 Key points for the implant of glaucoma drainage devices at time of Boston Keratoprosthesis surgery – Carolina Pallás
2:10 Viable alternative site for drainage of ocular fluid in glaucoma patients with KPro Type II or MOOKP – V. K. Aakalu
2:20 Discussion (10 mins)

Session 6 Retroprosthetic Membranes – Moderators: Michael Belin & Masahiko Fukuda

2:30 Retroprosthetic membranes (RPM) following Boston KPros: Why do they form and how can we prevent them? – Kathryn Colby
2:40 “Who Knows What Evil Lurks in the Parts around the Stem? …The Shadows Know: Anterior Segment OCT investigation of Donor Corneal Melt and Retroprosthetic Membrane in a Patient with Boston Type I Keratoprosthesis” – Mary K Daly
2:50-2:55 Characterization of Retroprosthetic membrane by anterior segment OCT following Boston Type I KPro (Poster) – Kavitha R Sivaraman
2:55 Discussion (10 mins)

Session 7 Vitreoretinal Surgery – Moderators: Audina Berrocal & Yale Fisher

3:05 Vitreoretinal surgery in patients with Boston Keratoprosthesis and OOKP/OKP – Jeroni Nadal
3:15 Vitreoretinal Surgery and Retina Care in Boston Keratoprosthesis Type I Patients: The University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary Experience – FY Chau
3:25 The role of vitreoretinal surgery in eyes before, during and after implantation of permanent keratoprosthesis –Pukhraj Rishi
3:35 Pearls of Vitreoretinal surgery in patients with KPros – Audina Berrocal
3:45 Discussion (20 mins)

Session 8 Imaging KPros – Moderators: Jose De La Cruz & Jean-Marie Parel

4:05 Imaging for assessment of eyes with implanted Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis – Carolina Pallás
4:15 Angle closure after Boston Keratoprosthesis (OCT) – JF Panarelli
4:25 RTVue CAM Anterior Segment OCT Imaging of Relationship of Epithelium and Frontplate of Boston Type I KPro – Mary K Daly
4:35-4:45 Boston Keratoprosthesis Type 1 Device/Graft/Host Interfaces Evaluated by High-Definition Spectral-Domain Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography (Poster) – Ana GA Fernandez
4:45 Serial analysis of iris behavior and angle status using anterior segment optical coherence tomography following Boston Keratoprosthesis Type 1 – Joann J Kang (presented by Maria Soledad Cortina)
5:05 Discussion (20 mins)

Session 9 Novel Instruments, Devices, and Techniques – Moderators: Bernard Duchesne & Konrad Hille

5:25-5:30 A novel instrument to increase efficiency and improve contouring of MOOKP osteo-odonto lamina (Poster) – Yoh Sawatari
5:30 Telemetric IOP measurement for Keratoprosthesis – Samir Melki
5:40 Femtosecond laser assisted KPro (Boston KPro) – Luca Menabuoni
5:50-5:55 Argon Laser Iridoplasty for Optic Obstruction in Boston Keratoprosthesis (Poster) – Johann J Kang (presented by Ahmad A. Aref)
5:55 Discussion (10 mins)

6:05 Wrap-up & Announcements – Michael Belin, Deborah Sweeney, Jean-Marie Parel
6:10 End

It is KPro SIS at the EVER Meeting held in 2010 in Crete on Saturday October 9

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Please see http://www.ever.be/view_session.php?ses_id=934 for details.

Moderators for this session
Christopher LIU, James CHODOSH, Nancy AL RAKKAD

Time and place of session
This session will take place on Saturday 9 October 2010 from 18:00 till 19:30 in room Room 3.

Abstracts assigned to this session (7)

Abstracts assigned to this session (7)

18:00

5′

Overview by Christopher LIU
18:05

12′

Boston Type 1 CIOLINO J
18:17

12′

OOKP protocol update LAM FC
18:29

12′

Boston Type 2 CHODOSH J
18:41

12′

Glaucoma considerations in OOKP AL RAKKAD N
18:53

12′

Vitreo-retinal considerations in OOKP HUGHES E
19:05

12′

The collagen corneal construct GRIFFITH M, FAGERHOLM P
19:17

12′

New biomaterials LLOYD A

ARVO SIG May 5 2010

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Please join us if you are attending ARVO this year.
And then add the program which is below – it can be a second link and you can just add the arvo logo to fill in the space on the front page of the website

AGENDA

5th May 2010 Noon Grand B

Opening comments Deborah Sweeney

KPro’s today – types of implants, indications and problems with infection, stromal melting and inflammation (Gunther Grabner) 5 mins

Open Discussion 10 mins

Panel Discussion: “How can novel materials and surfaces be designed to deal with these complications” 30 mins

Discussants:

Heather Sheardown

Daniel Kohane
Rejean Munger

Open Discussion 40 mins

Wrap-up (Jean Marie Parel) 5 mins

2010 meeting Sept 16-20 in Beijing

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The APAO (Asia Pacific Assoc of Ophthalmology) will hold its 2010 meeting Sept 16-20 in Beijing, China. They expect over 5,000 participants. Last year’s meeting in Bali, was both highly successful and enjoyable.

There will be a dedicated 90 minute symposium on Keratoprosthesis. This will cover all forms of KPro. I, Michael W Belin, will chair and organize the symposium. We typically have 8-9 speakers. The APAO has in the past waived all registration for speakers, but travel and hotel are left up to the individual.

If any one would be interested in speaking I would ask that they forward me their contact information and at least two possible titles.

Additionally, there are many other Cornea / External Disease sessions, so if anyone has other topics they may want to talk on please let me know and I can forward these to the proper individual.

Please contact me via email at MWBelin@aol.com

Other Proposed Upcoming Meetings

2010 ARVO SIG, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA May 2010

2011 8th KPro Study Group Meeting, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami Florida, May 2011

7th KPro Study Group Meeting

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Grand Hotel Bernardin, Congress Centre

Grand Hotel Bernardin, Congress Centre

7th KPro Study Group Meeting will be held as a joint one day Symposium with EVER on Saturday October 3, 2009.

The meeting will be held at the Bernardin Convention Centre in Portoroz Slovenia. The EVER meeting runs from September 30 until October 3, 2009. More details about EVER can be found at  website link.

The KPro Study Group and Steering Committee is grateful to Tero Kivelä EVER Programme Secretary and his colleagues at EVER for their support of this joint meeting.

Registration, Abstract Submission and Hotel Bookings for EVER commence April 1.

Portoroz, Slovenia

Portoroz, Slovenia

More details on the 8th KPro Study Group Meeting will be announced shortly however, we are planning a KPro Dinner for the Friday evening, October 2, 2009 so please keep this date free.

KPro SIS at EVER Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia

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KPro SIS at EVER Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia
Date: Saturday 4th October 2008
Location: Room – Emerald I
Time: 14:15-15:45 hrs
Special Interest Symposium (Keratoprostheses I)
Moderator: Christopher Liu
14:15-14:33 The narrowing choice of Keratoprostheses Liu C
14:33-14:51 Developing a recovery psychological model for patients undergoing KPro surgery Busuttil A, Liu C
14:51-15:09 More than 50 years experience with keratoprostheses Barraquer J
15:09-15:27 Biosynthetic corneas – an update Fagerholm P, Lagali N, Griffith M

Past Meetings – 2008-2005

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European Association for Vision and Eye Research (EVER) Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia,

3-6 October 2007

Date: Saturday 6th October 2007  
Location: Room – Europa A  
Time:    11:15 – 12:45 hrs  
Special Interest Symposium (Keratoprosthesis I)
Moderator: Christopher Liu  
11:15-11:33  Strampelli’s Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis Barraquer J, Temprano J,   De La Paz MF
11:33-11:51 UK Experience and Evolving Strategies to Parera S, Okera S, Tandon R, Herold J, Hull C, Thorp S, Liu C
11:51-12:09 OOKP – The Singapore Experience Wong D, et al
12:09-12:27 Vitreoretinal Management in Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis Surgery Wong D


Date:   Saturday 6th October 2007  
Location:    Room – Europa A  
Time: 14:00-15:30 hrs  
Special Interest Symposium (Keratoprosthesis II)
Moderator: Christopher Liu  
14:00-14:15 Advances in the Type I Boston Keratoprosthesis Colby K, Dohlmann C
14:15-14:30 Boston KPro Collaborative Study Results Belin MW
14:30-14:45  An Update on the AlphaCor   Crawford G, Hicks C
14:45-15:00 Where are we with the Supra-Descemetic  KPro (Keralia)? Lamar PD, Alfonso E, Stoiber J, Fernandez V, Kaminski S, Lacombe E, Duchesne B, Acosta C, Parel JM
15:00-15:15  An Update on the Synthetic Collagenous Artificial Cornea Fagerholm P, Griffith M
15:15-15:30 Infection Control in KPro’s Nouri M
For further information and conference details please go to: http://www.ever.be/news.php

Corneal Bioengineering Special Interest Symposia at the European Association for Vision & Eye Research (EVER) Conference

Date:
Saturday 7th October 2006

Location:
Vilamoura, Portugal

For further conference and program details, please go to: http://www.ever.be


KPro Symposium: The 111th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society

Date:
Thursday April 19 to Sunday April 22, 2007

Location:
Osaka International Convention Center, Osaka, Japan

Agenda:
To be posted on this website in due course

Organizers:
Masahiko Fukuda and Christopher Liu

Presentations By:

  • Keralia by Prof. Jean-Marie Parel, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • ALPHACOR by Assoc. Prof. Geoffrey Crawford, Lions Eye Institute
  • ALPHACOR in Japan by Dr. Hiroshi Eguchi, Tokushima University
  • OOKP by Mr. Christopher Liu, Sussex Eye Hospital
  • OOKP in Japan by Dr. Masahiko Fukuda, Kinki University

Hotel Details:
Rhiga Royal Hotel Osaka
5-3-68, Nakanoshima,
Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0005, Japan

Tel:             +81-6-6448-1121       
Fax: +81-6-6448-4414
Website: http://www.rihga.co.jp/osaka/index.html

Registration Details:
On site registration only for oveasea attendees

Conference Organiser Contact Details:
Masahiko Fukuda, MD, Dsc.
Assistant Professor,
Department of Ophthalmology,
Kinki University School of Medicine,
377-2, Ohno-Higashi, Osaka-Sayama City,
Osaka 589-8511
Japan
Email:            fukuda@ganka.med.kindai.ac.jp
Tel:             +81-723-66-0221       (Ext 3234)
Fax:              +81-723-68-2559

Please click here to download overview of the symposium


Update on Keratoprosthesis to be held at the International Society of Ocular Trauma (ISOT) Conference
   
Date of Conference: 29th June – 1st July 2006
Date of KPro Update: 30th June 2006
Location: Rome, Italy
Abstract Submission Deadline: 30th March 2006
Early Bird Registration Closes: 30th March 2006
Scientific Secretariat: C. Forlini – P. Rossini – S.Dolce – A.Aversano – F.Galli
  Viale V. Randi 43, 48100 Ravenna (Italy)
Fax: +39/0544 280049    
E-mail: scientific@isot2006rome.org
See attached link for full program details: http://www.isot2006rome.org/start.php

6th KPro Study Group Meeting, Miami, Florida,   USA

Date:      
Saturday 6th May 2006

Venue:    
Retter Audiotorium, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami

Program Committee:    
Eduardo Alfonso, Jean-Marie Parel, Gunther Grabner, Claes Dohlman, Debbie Sweeney

Meeting Presdient:
Gunther Grabner

Theme:
Biocompatibility and Keratoprosthesis

Objective:
The main object of this meeting will be to review progress of the various keratoprothesis currently being used, look at the development of new devices and gain new knowledge in the area of biocompatibility of keratoprosthesis and how it may be enhanced/improved.  Particular emphasis will be placed on understanding corneal stromal interactions.

6TH KPRO STUDY GROUP PROGRAM : SATURDAY 6TH MAY 2006
Retter Auditorium, University of Miami, Florida
MODERATOR:
Jean Marie Parel
Timings Name Institution Abstract Title
  07:30-08:25 Registration & Breakfast    
  08:25-08:30 Welcome & Introductions Gunther Grabner & Jean-Marie Parel  
1 08:30-08:40 Giancarlo Falcinelli OOKP Foundation, Rome, Italy Modified Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis: Long Term Results in Dry Eye
2 08:40-08:50 Maria Fideliz de la Paz (Victor Charoenrook) Barraquer Eye Institute Functional and Anatomical Results of Keratoprosthesis Using Tooth and Tibia Autograft: A Review of our Experience in Spain
3 08:50-09:00 Gerard Ainsworth Sussex Eye Hospital OOKP Surgery in Brighton – 10 Years On
4 09:00-09:10 Donald Tan Singapore National Eye Center Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis Surgery in Asian Eyes – The Singapore Experience
5 09:10-09:20 Paolo Colliardo (Giovanni Falcinelli) OOKP Foundation, Rome, Italy Treatment of Retinal Detachment in Modified Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis
6 09:20-09:30 Konrad Hille Augenklinik Klinikum Offenburg Update of Kpro Results in Homburg (Saar)
Group Discussion 09:30-10:15      
MORNING TEA 10:15-10:45      
MODERATOR:
Gunther Gabner
       
7 10:45-10:55 Bilal F Khan Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary in Boston Retention of the Boston Keratoprosthesis
8 10:55-11:05 Brian Zerbe
Albany Medical Centre Results from the Multi-Center Boston Keratoprosthesis Type 1 Study Group
9 11:05-11:15 Kalliopi Stasi Rochester Eye Institute & Center for Visual Sciences, University of Rochester Evaluation and Comparison of Wavefront Higher Order Aberrations in Dohlman/Boston Keratoprosthesis and Normal Eyes
10 11:15:11:25 Matilda Chan (Kali Stasi) University of Rochester Vitreoretinal Surgery Concurrent with Placement of the Dohlman/Boston Keratoprosthesis
11 11:25-11:35 Esen Akpek The Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Keratoprostheses for pediatric cases
Group Discussion 11:35-12:20      
MODERATOR:
Eddie Alfonso
       
12 12:20-12:30 Gunther Grabner Ophthalmology & Optometry, Paracelsus Medical Uni, Alzburg, Austria The Visual Acuity by Time (VAT) – Index and a New Database for the Evaluation of Mid and Long Term Visual Acuity Following KPro Surgery
13 12:30-12:40 Claes Dohlman Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Attrition and retention – what data we should be collecting
Group Discussion 12:40-13:00      
LUNCH 13:00-14:00      
MODERATOR:
Claes Dohlman
       
14 14:00-14:10 Tim Hughes CSIRO Molecular Sciences & Vision CRC, Australia Synthetic Corneal Onlays and Inlays: Learnings Applicable to Keratoprostheses
15 14:10-14:20 Masahiko Fukuda Dept of Ophthalmology, Kinki University School of Medicine, Japan Long Term Survival and Histological Study of Our Original Keratoprosthesis
16 14:20-14:30 Carlos Leon Clinica Leon / Instituto de Cirugia Ocular The Hydroxyapatite Kpro
17 14:30-14:40 Celia Hicks (Gunther Grabner) Lions Eye Institute AlphaCor: Current Data and Overview of Biocompatibility
18 14:40-14:50 Hiroshi Eguchi Dept of Vis. Neu. Sci. Sch of Medicine, University of Tokushima Preliminary outcomes of AlphaCor implantations in Japan.Utility of optical coherence tomography in clinical follow-up of the AlphaCor
19 14:50-15:00 Alireza Ghaffariyeh Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute Evaluation of Cell Behaviour onto Collagen Grafted Poly (HEMA-co-MAA): In Vitro
20 15:00-15:10 Debbie Sweeney Vision CRC, Australia Corneal Inlays – Current Progress
Group Discussion 15:10-15:30      
AFTERNOON TEA 15:30-16:00      
MODERATOR:
Debbie Sweeney
       
21 16:00-16:10 Radhika Tandon (Vishal Jhanji) RP Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS, India Setting up a Keratoprosthesis Service in a Tertiary Care Referral Hospital in India
Group Discussion & Close of Meeting 16:10-17:00      

Registration Fee:
US$50 to cover meeting expenses. Cash payable on the day.

Download Registration Form – 46KB (Microsoft Office Word file – doc)

Driving Instructions to Retter Auditorium: Download PDF

Suggested Hotels:
Intercontinental and Marriot Biscayne Bay (downtown Miami); Sonesta Beach and Ritz Carlton (Key Biscayne).  Please note that all speakers will need to make their own travel arrangements and hotel bookings.


World Ophthalmology Congress, 19-24 February 2006, Sao Paulo, Brazil
 
Location:  São Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Transamerica Hotel & Convention Center, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Session Organiser: Dr Christopher Liu
Session Chair: Dr Radhika Tandon, Dr Lucio Dantas, Dr Sidney Julio De Faria
Date of Session: 21st February 2006
Time of Session: 08:30-10:30 hrs
 
Keratoprosthesis Session        
 
08:30 hrs 14 Years Experience with Brazilian Biocolonizable Keratoprothesis  Lucio Dantas
08:40 hrs Setting up a Keratoprosthesis Service in a Tertiary Care Radhika Tandon
  Referral Hospital in India  
08:50 hrs The Pintucci KPro  Quresh Maskati
09:00 hrs AlphaCor Implantation  Geoff Crawford
09:10 hrs AlphaCor Outcomes  Celia Hicks
09:20 hrs Discussion   
09:30 hrs OOKP – The Singapore Experience Donald Tan
09:40 hrs Theoretical Considerations of Glaucoma Shunts in Eyes with Keith Barton
  Keratoprostheses  
09:50 hrs Multi-center Study Results for the Boston K-Pro  Michael Belin
10:00 hrs Keralia – Early Clinical Outcome Peggy Lamar
10:10 hrs Infections and Kpro Eduardo Alfonso 
10:20 hrs Discussion   
10:30 hrs End of Symposium  

For further information pertaining to this conference, please go to: http://www.ophthalmology2006.com.br/


Keratoprosthesis SIS at European Association for Vision & Eye Research (EVER) Conference, Vilamoura, Portugal

Date:
Saturday 8th October 2005

Time:
11:00-12:30 hrs

Venue:
Gemini I, Marinotel Hotel, Vilamoura, Portugal

Further program and conference details can be found at www.ever.be


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