Факоэмульсификация катаракты

Refractive surgery

The correspondence course of advanced training is aimed at acquiring basic knowledge of refractive surgery.

Attention:

The training period is 5 days from the date of purchase of the course. Be ready to start training immediately after payment.
It is important to pass the final certification on time. The date and time will be shown by a timer in your personal account.

  • €360
Факоэмульсификация катаракты

Course description

The module program is built so that the listener can master the technology of laser vision correction in a short time. The theoretical part of the course covers the main aspects of modern vision correction techniques, approaches to diagnosis and selection of patients for surgery.

Additional course information

Total cost €360
NMO Points 18 points
Number of hours 18 academic hours
Number of participants no more than 100 people

Course section

Ophthalmology Training

Course for

Ophthalmologists and clinical residents

Documents for admission

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  • Copy of the passport
  • Passport - 2 list
  • The document on higher medical or pharmaceutical education
  • Old specialist certificate
  • Marriage/divorce certificate, if the name has been changed **
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** — If this document is available

Course Lecturers

  • Трубилин Владимир Николаевич

    Trubilin V.

    Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Ophthalmic Surgeon
    • Cataract surgery
    • Glaucoma surgery
    • Reconstructive surgery of the anterior segment of the eye
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  • Беликова Елена Ивановна

    Belikova E.

    Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head Physician
    • Cataract surgery
    • Head physician and ophthalmosurgeon in the "Eye Clinic of Dr. Belikova"
    • Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, FSBEI DPO IPK FMBA of Russia
    • in 1998 - 2004 worked at the Optimum Laser Vision Correction Center of the joint Belarusian-American enterprise Excimerlaseroptic LLC in Minsk, as an ophthalmic surgeon, head of department No. 1
    • in 2000 she studied Yag-laser surgery in ophthalmology in Antwerp
    • in 2004 she defended her thesis for the degree of candidate of medical sciences on the topic "Axial laser keratomileusis as a method of astigmatism correction"
    • in 2009 - 2014 was an employee of the Polyclinic of Gazprom as the head of the ophthalmosurgery department of the Eye Microsurgery Center
    • in 2013 she defended her thesis for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences on the topic: "Technology of surgical rehabilitation of patients with presbyopia"
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  • Сергушев Сергей Геннадьевич

    Sergushev S.

    Candidate of Medical Sciences, ophthalmic surgeon, doctor of the highest category
    • Vitreoretinal Surgeon
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  • Анисимова Наталья Сергеевна

    Anisimova N.

    Ophthalmic Surgeon
    • Cataract surgery
    • Refractive surgery
    • Vitreoretinal surgery
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  • Малышева Нина Александровна

    Malysheva N.

    Candidate of Medical Sciences, ophthalmoplastic, ophthalmic surgeon
    • Ophthalmosurgery
    • Ophthalmoplasty
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Course program

Refractive surgery

1. History of keratorefractive surgery.
2. Mechanical microkeratome. Kinds. Features of the formation of the flap. Complications.
3. Keratorefractive operation. Making decisions.
4. Fundamentals of keratopography and keratotomography.
5. Femto lasik.Features of the formation of the flap. Application in corneal surgery.
6. Complications of femto lasik.
7. Presbyopia. Methods of surgical correction.
8. Interim certification.
9. Surface ablation procedures. PRK, PTK, LASEK, Trans-PRK. Complications of superficial ablation operations, patient management.
10. Smile , principles, selection criteria, preparation, postoperative management, complications.
11. Modern possibilities of refractive surgery. Operation method selection algorithm.
12. Excimer laser correction of PRESBYOPIA, modern possibilities, indications, results.
13. Interim certification.
14. Intraocular correction. Refractive lens replacement. Phakic IOLs. Complications of phakic IOL implantation.
15. Pharmacological support of keratorefractive operations.
16. Standard and "personalized" vision correction technologies: striving for the best or a marketing ploy.
17. Complications of keratorefractive operations.
18. Final examination.