In and Out
Could combining inflow and outflow procedures be a new strategy for combating glaucoma?
Philip Bloom | | Longer Read
At a Glance
- Although pharmacologic treatment remains the backbone of glaucoma therapy, there has also been incredible innovation and growth in the surgical device arena, not least MIGS
- Though it is common for a patient to be on a number of topical medications, it is not common practice to combine more than one MIGS procedure to achieve the same end – though perhaps it should be
- Combining procedures – such as ECP with the iStent (3) – makes sense; there is a growing body of real-world experience, both in terms of efficacy and safety
- Though a practice still very much in its infancy, combining procedures should be given the same consideration afforded to the combination of pharmaceutical agents with different mechanisms of action.
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