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3rd International Conference & Expo on Advanced Eye Care & Cataract , will be organized around the theme “Experts for a better vision”

Advanced Eye Care 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Advanced Eye Care 2019

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Refractive errors are vision issues caused by an eyeball or cornea that is not shaped perfectly. The cornea is the clear part at the front of the eye. It bends and focuses light waves. Refractive errors cause light from a protest to be not cantered on the retina of the eye. This causes an obscured image. Refractive errors in more often than not occur in healthy eyes.

  • Track 1-1Myopia
  • Track 1-2Hyperopia
  • Track 1-3Astigmatism
  • Track 1-4Presbyopia

There are three primary types of age-related cataracts:

  • Nuclear sclerotic
  •  Cortical
  •  Posterior sub capsular

 As a person ages, any one type, or a combination of any of these three types, can develop over time.

Two main types of surgical procedures are in common use throughout the world. The first procedure is

  • Phacoemulsification
  •  Extra capsular cataract extraction (ECCE)

In most surgeries an intraocular lens is inserted.

  • Ultrasound

Ocular ultrasound is performed when there is a doubt of posterior globe pathology however visualisation of the back of the eye is clouded by the opaque lens.

  • CT

Particularly useful in acute cataract formation with expanded fluid inside the lens as in traumatic and osmotic cataract (hyperglycaemia) as well as unsuspected lens injury. The influenced lens is hypodense in contrast to the contralateral lens with a mean density difference of about 30 HU.

Ophthalmic Instruments have been recognized around the world as an industry leader in quality and innovation. Ophthalmic Instruments feature a comprehensive line of precision microsurgical instruments.

  • Track 4-1Specialty Eye Scissors
  • Track 4-2Algerbrush and Capsule Polishers
  • Track 4-3Bipolar Forceps
  • Track 4-4Calipers
  • Track 4-5Cannulas
  • Track 4-6Clamps and Forceps
  • Track 4-7Corneal Manipulators, Markers, and Trephines
  • Track 4-8Curettes
  • Track 4-9Diamond Knives
  • Track 4-10Elevators and Nucleus Manipulators
  • Track 4-11Dilators and Fixation Rings
  • Track 4-12Hooks, Knives, and Probes
  • Track 4-13Needle Holders
  • Track 4-14Ocular Shields
  • Track 4-15Phaco Choppers
  • Track 4-16Punches and Spatulas
  • Track 4-17Retractors and Speculums

If your kid has an eye problem, is having any issue with a vision screening exam or has issues in reading or learning, or needs surgery or medical treatment for an illness ailment eyes, a pediatric ophthalmologist has the experience and qualifications to treat your kid.

  • Track 5-1Blocked Tear Ducts
  • Track 5-2Crossed Eyes
  • Track 5-3Glasses
  • Track 5-4Pediatric Eye Exams

In some people, AMD advances so gradually that vision loss does not happen for a long time. In others, the disease advances quicker and may prompt to a lost vision in one or both eyes. As AMD advances, a blurred area close to the centre of vision is a common symptom. Over time, the blurred area may grow larger or you may develop blank spots in your central vision. Objects also may not appear to be as bright as they used to be.

AMD by itself does not prompt to complete blindness, with no capacity to see. In any case, the loss of central vision in AMD can interfere with simple everyday activities, such as the ability to see faces, drive, read, write, or do close work, such as cooking or fixing things around the house.

  • Track 6-1Risk Factors for Age-Related Macular Degeneration

When your blood sugar levels soar, the tiny blood vessels in your eyes can suffer severe harm. Over time, diabetes that is not very much controlled can prompt to permanent lost  vision from diabetic retinopathy, in which harm to blood vessels in the retina causes fat, fluid, and blood to leak out. You can down your risk of eye complexities, however, by practicing good diabetes management and taking other self-care steps.

  • Track 7-1Diabetic Retinopathy

Chronic stress and anxiety, the level of adrenaline within the body remains elevated. This can cause pressure on the eyes, sometimes resulting in blurred vision. Many people with long-term anxiety find they experience eyestrain during the day.

Some abnormal eye conditions are:

  • Track 8-1Ocular Hypertension
  • Track 8-2Ocular Migraine
  • Track 8-3Ocular Oncology
  • Track 8-4Pinguecula
  • Track 8-5Pterygium
  • Track 8-6Strabismus
  • Track 8-7Retinoblastoma
  • Track 8-8Uveitis

Eye discharge may be clear and watery, similar to tears, on account of infections; it may be thick and opaque. There are numerous causes of eye discharge, ranging from infections to allergic reactions. Allergic reactions can cause itchy, watery eyes. Both allergies and infections cause:

  • Track 9-1Pinkeye
  • Track 9-2Conjunctivitis

Inside our eyes, we have a natural lens. The lens should be clear. With cataracts, your lens becomes cloudy. Things look blurry, hazy or less colourful with a cataract. Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. Specialists cannot anticipate how rapidly a person's cataract will develop.

An ophthalmologist is a medically trained doctor who commonly acts as both physician and surgeon. A specialist, in the branch of medicine, involved in diagnoses and treats diseases and injuries in and around the eye.

The retina is a layer of tissue in the back of your eye that senses light and sends images to your brain. In the center of this nerve tissue is the macula. It provides the sharp, central vision needed for reading, driving and seeing fine detail. Retinal disorders affect this vital tissue. Most common Retinal disorders are:

  • Track 12-1Vitreous detachment
  • Track 12-2Retinal detachment

Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are medical devices that are implanted inside the eye to replace the eye's natural lens when it is removed during cataract surgery. IOLs also are used for a type of vision correction surgery called refractive lens exchange.

A contact lens, or simply contact, is a thin lens placed directly on the surface of the eye. Contact lenses are considered medical devices and can be worn to correct vision, or for cosmetic or therapeutic reasons.

  • Track 13-1Types of Intraocular Lens
  • Track 13-2Types of Contact Lens

The retina is the third and inner coat of the eye which is a light-sensitive layer of tissue. The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina (through the cornea and lens), which serves much the same function as the film in a camera. Light striking the retina initiates a cascade of chemical and electrical events that ultimately trigger nerve impulses. These are sent to various visual centres of the brain through the fibres of the optic nerve. Neural retina typically refers to three layers of neural cells (photo receptor cells, bipolar cells, and ganglion cells) within the retina, while the entire retina refers to these three layers plus a layer of pigmented epithelial cells.

  • Track 14-1Optic Neuropathy

Clinical Optometry has been designed to provide optometrists with up-to-date research-based and theoretical knowledge of a wide range of fields, particularly in primary care optometry. Optometrists are pros who perform eye examinations, break down vision conditions and prescribe therapeutic treatment. Optometrists give key social protection to specific eye conditions and suggest patients who need surgery to ophthalmologists. It has been the major topics discussed in all the ophthalmology associations meeting.

Cataract specialists agree that postoperative eye drops are not ideal for many reasons, including lack of compliance; low bioavailability; potential toxicity; and expense. So, many surgeons are exploring new ways to deliver postop medications. Some are choosing to use fewer drops, while others are choosing to forego topical medications altogether and inject medications instead.

  • Track 16-1Medications Used Before and After Cataract Surgery

To evaluate the bacterial flora of corneal wounds at the end of cataract surgery before intracameral antibiotic use and to determine agents to treat postoperative endophthalmitis, the potential for biofilm formation, and antibiotic resistance.

Cataract and glaucoma are leading causes of blindness worldwide, and their co-existence is common in elderly people. Glaucoma surgery can accelerate cataract progression.

Because the outside of the eye is in direct exposure with the environment, it is susceptible to infections and injuries. There are also a number of genetic diseases that can impact the outer eye. The major signs of external eye disease are redness that does not improve with treatment and poor vision not explained by retina problems. Corneal and external diseases involve the cornea, anterior chamber of the eye, iris, lens, conjunctiva and eyelids. Most common External Eye diseases are:

  • Track 19-1Pink Eye
  • Track 19-2Corneal Abrasion
  • Track 19-3Cornea Abnormalities
  • Track 19-4Keratoconus

The novel research relates to systems, courses of action, progressions and structures to fulfil the required unfaltering effect. Conditions like corneal change and transplantation, choroidal envisioning, corneal neovascularization can be directed by using novel vision change structures. Frameworks to convey medicine typically after some time are not new to Ophthalmology. The novel research alludes to methodologies, details, advancements and frameworks to accomplish the coveted remedial impact.

  • Track 20-1Sustained delivery approaches
  • Track 20-2Tropical combination of corticosteroid and anti-infective agents
  • Track 20-3Transplantation technologies for retina
  • Track 20-4Choroidal imaging
  • Track 20-5Therapies in fighting blindness

Climate change may not be within our control. However, you can still protect your eyes from differing and sometimes harmful climates. Always wear sunglasses when out because harmful UV rays are still present on a cloudy day. Limiting outside time at peak sun times can also help. Cold weather can cause eye issues as well. Environmental Factors that affect our Eye:

  • Track 21-1UV radiation
  • Track 21-2Air Quality

Ophthalmology depends on watchful and basic examination of the eye. Recent advances in visual therapeutics incorporate the chemotherapy of visual contaminations and visual aggravations, demonstrative and restorative medications in strabismus, toxicology, anesthesia, the medicinal treatment of glaucoma, visual tumor’s, retinal vascular sicknesses, myasthenia gravis, dry eye, optic neuritis and stimulating amblyopia, and some corneal condition.

  • Track 22-1New ophthalmic uses for existing drugs
  • Track 22-2New strategies for neuro-protection and regeneration in glaucoma
  • Track 22-3New treatments for retinal disease
  • Track 22-4Novel drugs and devices for IOP lowering
  • Track 22-5Pharmacokinetics and sustained drug delivery
  • Track 22-6Biomarker Therapy for Regeneration

Invitation for leading experts who working in the field of progress in retinal and eye research write on basic and clinical aspects of the eye in a style appealing to molecular biologists, neuroscientists and physiologists, as well as to vision researchers and ophthalmologists.