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Using iCare Home Tonometry: Are we missing the Max IOP in clinic? // Severe ocular trauma: an updated approach in times of war I International Experts Day im Rahmen der DOG 2023
FR17

Using iCare Home Tonometry: Are we missing the Max IOP in clinic? // Severe ocular trauma: an updated approach in times of war I International Experts Day im Rahmen der DOG 2023
FR17

Datum
29.09.2023, 15:00 - 16:15
Symposium
Berlin
Sprache
Englisch
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Veranstalter
DOG - Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft e.V.
Organisator

INTERPLAN AG
Congress, Meeting & Event Management AG
Landsberger Straße 155
DE - 80687 München
Tel.: +49 (0)89 548 234 35

This symposium at the DOG Congress 2023 in Berlin will provide an update on the use of iCare Home Tonometry and severe ocular trauma.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    29.09.2023, 15:00 - 16:15
    Symposium
    Berlin
    Sprache
    Englisch
    Gebühren ab
    gebührenfrei
    Veranstalter
    DOG - Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft e.V.
    Organisator

    INTERPLAN AG
    Congress, Meeting & Event Management AG
    Landsberger Straße 155
    DE - 80687 München
    Tel.: +49 (0)89 548 234 35

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Estrel Convention Center I Saal Helmholz
    Sonnenallee 225
    12057 Berlin, DE
  • Programm

    Referenten:

    • Ursula Schlötzer-Schrehardt (Erlangen)
    • Arne Viestenz (Halle/Saale)
    Fr17-01 Using iCare Home Tonometry: Are we missing the Max IOP in clinic?
    IOP Spikes and Fluctuation Patterns
    In studies of IOP measured around the clock, we know that diurnal and nocturnal IOP rhythms fluctuate, with spikes often occurring outside office hours and often in the early waking hours. In addition to elevations of more than "normal" IOP, the CIGTS 9 year data has demonstrated that wide fluctuations even within "normal" IOP ranges have been associated and contribute to glaucoma progression. IOP is known to fluctuate over 24 hours and longitudinally, yet we rely on one IOP measurement every 3-4 months in the office for management decisions. So why are we not measuring IOP at various times of the day and night like other chronic diseases that demonstrate variability and fluctuation with better control leading to improved outcomes?
    This talk will review the data we have now collected of 100s of cases of IOP fluctuations that are occurring in both surgically and medically "controlled" individuals as well as advocate for why treatment may need to be reconsidered especially in the face of VF loss and continued progression despite a "controlled" IOP in the office. 
    • Barbara Wirostko (Salt Lake City, USA)

     

    Fr17-02 Severe ocular trauma: an updated approach in times of war

    War trauma, sadly, is again in the forefront in Europe, despite the lessons of two world wars and the wars in the former Yugoslavia. Such injuries are often more severe than those in civilian life (especially blast injuries) and require proper triaging at a well-prepared facility. All this requires close coordination between military and nonmilitary ophthalmologists, and all treating surgeons must be well educated and experienced.
    • Ferenc Kuhn (Birmingham, USA)
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  • Zertifizierung
    Zertifizierung beantragt für CME Punkte bei der Ärztekammer Berlin
    Es wurden für die Teilnahme am DOG Kongress 2023 CME Punkte bei der Ärztekammer Berlin beantragt.
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