iTRACK™ Canaloplasty Microcatheter
Designed specifically for IOP reduction in patients with open-angle glaucoma, the iTRACK™ 250 is the only illuminated, micron-scale microcatheter, which enables surgeons to effectively viscodilate Schlemm’s canal and to perform Canaloplasty.
Featuring an illuminated tip, the iTRACK™ 250 microcatheter can be continuously monitored once it is inserted into Schlemm’s canal, ensuring it is directed as intended.
360 Degrees of Canaloplasty
The unique design of the iTRACK™ 250 microcatheter includes a rounded, atraumatic tip and a lubricious coating such as used in cardiology. This design aids insertion and helps to prevent the microcatheter from getting misdirected into the collector channels. Full circumferential viscodilation of the entire length of Schlemm’s canal is further helped by a small-gauge wire, which ensures greater control during the procedure.
The iTRACK™ 250 microcatheter features a 200-micron diameter shaft that is connected to an ophthalmic viscosurgical device (OVD) injector, which permits precise injection of viscoelastic during cannulation.
Only with the iTRACK™ 250 Microcatheter
- 200-micron working-length diameter for minimally invasive procedures
- Catheter support wire to maintain better control during catheterization
- Optical fiber to illuminate the distal tip
- 250-micron bulbous atraumatic tip designed to minimize potential for tissue damage
Minimally Invasive. Maximally Effective.
Less invasive than traditional glaucoma surgeries, clinical studies have shown that Canaloplasty can significantly and durably reduce IOP without the risks and discomfort associated with trabeculectomy. It can therefore be offered earlier in the disease process. Unlike conventional glaucoma surgery, Canaloplasty does not produce a filtering bleb and can therefore be performed on patients who wear contact lenses. Patients who have undergone canaloplasty can continue normal day-to-day activities directly following treatment and require minimal post-operative follow-up.
The Primary Online Resource for Canaloplasty.
The website www.glaucoma-ABiC.com provides practical information for physicians, addressing a number of topics ranging from patient selection to treatment protocol. It also features a comprehensive library of clinical videos and educational resources.