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sponsored by New World Medical

“The STREAMLINE Surgical System provides me with the ability to confidently combine an angle-based procedure with my premium IOL patients. In my early experience, I see quiet eyes post-operatively, with no impact on my premium IOL results. This makes STREAMLINE my first-choice recommendation for my patients.”

Nicole Fram, MD Advanced Vision Care, Los Angeles, California, USA

Surgeons and patients benefit from an intuitive and implant-free approach to angle surgery. Ideally, the best approach would allow for either a standalone procedure or one combined with cataract surgery while preserving the opportunity for future surgical interventions. The STREAMLINE Surgical System from New World Medical is uniquely positioned to address these attributes using innovative ClickPulse® technology.

The STREAMLINE Surgical System is a first-line, implant-free solution that is specifically designed to facilitate the creation of a series of precise incisions in the trabecular meshwork with the use of ClickPulse technology. The surgeon can simultaneously incise the trabecular meshwork and deliver precise volumes of viscoelastic fluid (up to eight applications) into several clock hours of the canal of Schlemm in one unified step. Additionally, at the surgeon’s discretion, ClickPulse incisions can be extended into titratable incisional goniotomies over several clock hours of the trabecular meshwork independent of viscoelastic delivery.

ClickPulse technology with STREAMLINE has been developed to integrate seamlessly into surgical routines and standard workflows. This offers surgeons freedom and flexibility for current and future procedures. What’s more, the procedure is intuitive to learn, so it can be adopted efficiently. A key advantage of using the STREAMLINE Surgical System is that it leverages an established reimbursement code (category I CPT® Code 65820) whether used as a standalone procedure or in combination with cataract extraction.

In summary, the unique features of the STREAMLINE Surgical System optimize the surgeon’s experience and increase control during angle surgery. Surgeons now have a flexible method for creating incisions in the trabecular meshwork with injection of viscoelastic into the canal of Schlemm combined with tailored therapy to titrate incisional goniotomies over several clock hours. Add in the ability to leverage the 65820 CPT code and it is clear to see why the STREAMLINE Surgical System should be the first option surgeons reach for when caring for patients across a range of needs.

The STREAMLINE™ Surgical System is only available in the USA at present.

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