SANTEN IS PARTNERING WITH SURGEONS TO BRING DEVICE INNOVATION TO GLAUCOMA SURGERY

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A device that delivers predictable and sustainable outcomes will enable earlier surgical intervention.1

More Surgeon Perspectives

  • Video player still image of Dr Leon Herndon

    Earlier Surgery

    “Achieving lower pressures early on with safer options for patients will be beneficial in the long run.”

  • Video player still image of Dr I. Paul Singh

    Predictable Post-op

    “A device that enables IOP control even after a patient leaves our practice could help us better prevent progression.”

  • Video player still image of Dr Connie Okeke

    Sustainable Low IOP

    “It’s really important to have a surgical approach where we can get the pressure down and it’s sustained over a significant period of time.”

  • Video still of Dr Paul Palmberg, Dr I. Paul Singh, Dr Leon Herndon, Dr Arsham Sheybani, Dr E. Randy Craven, and Dr Connie Okeke

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    See glaucoma surgeons discuss ideas for how to improve patient outcomes

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What device innovation would best enable you to perform surgery earlier?

Graphic about device material degradation and its relationship to complications

Material science innovations could yield new surgical devices that are more degradation-resistant, biocompatible, and able to produce sustained clinical benefits1

  • Some MIGS biomaterials provoke a strong foreign-body reaction, accelerating scarring, fibrosis, and other reactions that ultimately result in device failure

Advances in device design to protect delicate eye tissue and ensure secure placement in the eye could provide more beneficial clinical and patient outcomes1

Santen’s efforts in device innovation could initiate a new era of proactive glaucoma surgery1-3

Predictable Post-op

  • A micro-invasive device would help ensure as little trauma to the eye as possible, minimizing the potential for adverse events and complications2
  • Innovative device design would help maximize outflow while minimizing risk of hypotony1,3

Sustainable Low IOP

  • Subconjunctival drainage has been a proven method for decades to achieve IOP in the low teens4
  • A device that minimizes post-op complications and intervention rates would help make early surgical treatment a viable option for achieving sustainable IOP control1

Santen is dedicated to advancing proactive glaucoma care with surgical device innovations.

References: 1. Amoozgar B, Wei X, Lee JH, et al. A novel flexible microfluidic meshwork to reduce fibrosis in glaucoma surgery. PLoS One. 2017;12(3):e0172556. 2. Chan JE, Netland PA. EX-PRESS Glaucoma Filtration Device: efficacy, safety, and predictability. Med Devices (Auckl). 2015;8:381-388. 3. Agrawal P, Bradshaw SE. Systematic literature review of clinical and economic outcomes of micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) in primary open-angle glaucoma. Ophthalmol Ther. 2018;7(1):49-73. 4. Bloom P, Au L. “Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is a poor substitute for trabeculectomy”—the great debate. Ophthalmol Ther. 2018;7(2):203-210.

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