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iDose: An Intraocular Drug-Eluting Delivery Device for Glaucoma

  Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 6/15/2020

[No narration] Dr. Ibach demonstrates placement of the 1.8 x 0.5 mm biocompatible titanium implant iDose, which releases a proprietary formulation of travoprost inside the anterior chamber. An ab-interno approach is used to visualize the anterior chamber angle. The scleral anchor is then implanted into the trabecular meshwork, and secure attachment is ensured by nudging the device.

Drug Delivery

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