ESCRS - Supplement: Keys to Maximizing Outcomes for Today’s PresbyopiaCorrection Cataract Patients
ESCRS - Supplement: Keys to Maximizing Outcomes for Today’s PresbyopiaCorrection Cataract Patients
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Supplement: Keys to Maximizing Outcomes for Today’s PresbyopiaCorrection Cataract Patients

Supplement: Keys to Maximizing Outcomes for Today’s PresbyopiaCorrection Cataract Patients

The European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) conducts an annual Clinical Trends Survey to understand the practice pat-terns and clinical opinion of its delegates. In 2021, during the 39th ESCRS Congress, the seventh annual survey posed 154 questions pertaining to cataract and refractive surgery, the ocular surface, and glaucoma, and received responses from 1574 delegates. The insights gained from these responses provide a snapshot of clinical practice in the real world and, when consolidated over the past 6 years, an opportunity to see how the field is evolving.

Supplement: Keys to Maximizing Outcomes for Today’s PresbyopiaCorrection Cataract Patients

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