Pete Downing of Hanson Instruments will again be joining CSO at the 37th Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) will take place between 14th – 18th September 2019 in Paris. Thousands of doctors and ophthalmologists attend the event to find out about the latest research and new concepts and with representatives from over 100 companies attending, it’s the largest ophthalmology exhibition in Europe. You can have a chat with Pete on stand the CSO stand (A112) anytime between the 14th-16th September or a representative from CSO outside of those dates.
Watch the CSO video about their products including the MS – 39 OCT scanner, Cobra fundus camera, Sirius anterior imaging topographer and the Retimax (used for Electrophysiology). The CSO specialist team will be on hand for practical demonstrations and educational seminars throughout the exhibition. All their instruments are known for their high quality and precision and all manufacturing is in Europe.
CSO are running a comprehensive programme of training events and demonstrations from their booth A112 in Pavillion 7.
Saturday 14th September
- IOL calculation by ray tracing in eyes with previous corneal refractive surgery
- MS-39 in allogenic corneal lenticule implantation for hyperopia
- MS-39 and DALK
- MS-39 As-OCT: scans and maps in HR for a better diagnostic, laser correction and surgery
- Applications of epithelial thickness mapping
- CXL for KC, ectasia and hin corneas
Sunday, 15th September
- Semi-histolic assessment of orneal tissue by AS-OCT
- CXL at the Slit lamp
- ICL sizing by Anterior Segment OCT
- Assessment of complex cases with a new generation of tomographers
- PACK-CXL for infectious keratitis
Monday, 16th September
- New technology...New horizon
- CXL at the slit lamp
- High resolution AS-OCT scan in the diagnosis and herapeutic approach of complex cases
- Best practice for 2020
The modern venue is Europe’s largest convention centre, located just 15 minutes from the Eiffel Tower at Pavilion 7, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris. The nearest Metro station is Porte de Versailles on Line 12. You’ll find more information about the venue, including places to stay here. (link = https://www.viparis.com/en/site/paris-expo-porte-de-versailles .) Pete Downing of Hanson medical will be available for a chat on the CSO stand A112, between the 14th–16th September where he will be demonstrating the capabilities of the CSO MS-39 Anterior Segment OCT.
There is a very comprehensive programme of events taking place with five main symposia by international speakers together with many other educational courses and presentations. Full details are given on the ESCRS website here
You can save money on the entry fees by registering before the event, or it’s possible to register and pay on the day.
Registration fees give access to the conference centre, the exhibition, all the sessions, all the instructional courses ( except there is an additional charge for the wetlab courses which are very popular, so it’s advisable to register your interest in these) and all the congress material. You can register online here ( There are discounts given for trainees/residents, for ophthalmic nurses and technicians and for healthcare professionals (documents are required).