Ellex ABiC Collection (10 videos)

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ABiC Clinical Footage (Stand-Alone Procedure)

According to Dr. Khaimi, ABiC can be performed in three easy steps: "First, I perform a clear temporal incision approximately 1.8 mm-wide. I then inject an OVD into the anterior chamber in order to maintain stability. Next, I place the iTrack microcatheter into anterior chamber in preparation for insertion into Schlemm’s canal. I then use a 27-gauge needle and perform a small goniotomy, before placing the iTrack into Schlemm’s canal and advancing it 360-degrees. I then pull the iTrack out and viscodilate. I typically get 15-20 clicks. It is important to note that this is a fair bit more viscodilation than with traditional Canaloplasty, made possible by the fact that we first use an OVD to maintain stability."

ABiC • Canaloplasty • Glaucoma • MIGS

ABiC™ is a new, comprehensive MIGS procedure that flushes out the natural outflow channels, without damaging tissue, and without leaving behind a stent or shunt. Based on the same dilation principles of traditional Canaloplasty but via a simplified and much faster surgical approach, ABiC™ is the only MIGS procedure that successfully and comprehensively addresses all aspects of potential outflow resistance. ABiC™ is also fast and easy to perform and can be successfully combined with phacoemulsification in order to make the best use of time in the operating room.

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