A sensible approach in glaucoma care.
Glaucoma and Cataracts
Intervention for glaucoma during the cataract surgery patients already need just makes sense. Intervening with technology that doesn’t require an implant, has been shown to provide long-term IOP reduction, and is seamlessly adopted makes even more sense.
However, cataract and glaucoma are not always addressed simultaneously even though up to 20% of patients with cataracts also have glaucoma. Present MIGS have not succeeded in making combined cataract and glaucoma treatment a standard of care.
ELIOS™ Is the Next Generation of Glaucoma TechnologyELIOS uses high precision, non-thermal, laser ablation to create 10 microchannels in the trabecular meshwork to enhance physiological outflow into Schlemm’s canal whilst preserving angle anatomy.6
The first clinically-validated excimer laser MIGS7
Good for Patients Means Good for You
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