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ABiC: Clinical Footage

Unedited video of ABiC in a phakic patient with primary open-angle glaucoma. During the procedure, Goniotomy, 360° cannulation and visco-dilation of Schlemm’s canal with the iTrack microcatheter are performed. Once the distal end has circumnavigated to the point of entry the iTrack is slowly withdrawn, while Healon/Healon GV is emitted upon single clicks of the visco-injector knob.

ABiC • ABiC • ABiC • Canaloplasty • Glaucoma • Glaucoma • Mark J. Gallardo • MIGS • MIGS

ABOUT SLT

First introduced in 2001, SLT, Selective Light Therapy, continues to play a fundamental role in the glaucoma treatment algorithm. SLT is as effective as medication, both as first-line treatment and as adjunctive treatment, but without the compliance issues and detrimental effect on patients’ quality of life. It also pairs seamlessly with all MIGS procedures as both a preoperative diagnostic aid or as a postoperative adjunct.

ABOUT 2RT

A non-thermal laser therapy, Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy, 2RT®, stimulates a natural, biological healing response in the eye and in a pilot study on 50 patients has demonstrated potential as an intervention which may positively influence early Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). Unlike conventional retinal laser therapy, which can cause permanent collateral damage to the sensitive structures of the eye, 2RT® protects the retina from thermal damage

ABOUT iTRACK

ABiC™ is a comprehensive MIGS procedure that flushes out the natural outflow channels, without damaging tissue, and without leaving behind a stent or shunt. Performed with Ellex’s proprietary iTrack™ technology, ABiC™ is designed to re-establish the eye’s natural outflow drainage system and accesses, catheterizes, and viscodilates the trabecular meshwork, Schlemm’s canal, and also the distal outflow system. Intuitive and efficient, ABiC™ can be successfully combined with phacoemulsification in order to make the best use of time in the operating room, or performed as a stand-alone procedure.

ABOUT LFR

LFR, laser vitreolysis, is a highly effective outpatient-based procedure that can eliminate the visual disturbance caused by vitreous strands and opacities, commonly referred to as floaters. Compared to its early clinical use in the 1980s, modern LFR performed with technologies such as True Coaxial illumination™, TCI™, offers more reliable and repeatable outcomes with a low rate of complications and a high degree of patient satisfaction.

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