• Second non-implant MIGS shows efficacy if trabecular bypass stent does not control IOP

    11 days ago - By Healio

    A second non-implant MIGS intervention, namely canaloplasty and trabeculotomy, allows patients to achieve good IOP control if a prior trabecular micro-bypass stent has failed to maintain IOP as desired.
    A multicenter retrospective study conducted at five U.S. centers analyzed the outcomes of 27 patients treated with a trabecular micro-bypass stent and subsequently with the Omni surgical system due to inadequate pressure control.
    Mean IOP decreased from 22.3 mm Hg at baseline to 17.1 mm Hg at 3 months and 17.2 mm Hg at last follow-up; 85% of
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