Join ABiC pioneer Dr. Mahmoud A. Khaimi (Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma) to learn the ins’ and outs’ of MIGS with ABiC. Taking place across a number of different cities, this MIGS Roadshow series will include didactic presentations and a hands-on wet lab component – and will provide you with a better understanding of how to integrate iTrack technology into your practice.

The following events are currently scheduled:

Scottsdale, Arizona – June 2018

MIGS WITH ABiC

ABiC™ truly is the next generation of MIGS. With a mild touch and manifest efficacy, it is a swift procedure that preserves the conjunctiva, with great outcomes and a fast recovery and can be performed both during and independently of cataract surgery. It is a compelling option for IOP lowering in many patients, and can also help to effectively reduce the medication burden in patients suffering from controlled or uncontrolled glaucoma.

Not only does ABiC™ deliver on its promise of safety, but it is also effective. On average, ABiC™ achieves a reduction in mean IOP of 30%, combined with a 50% reduction in medication burden. Performed via a self-sealing clear corneal incision, ABiC™ flushes out the natural outflow channels, without damaging tissue and without leaving behind a stent or shunt.

Learn more about ABiC and iTrack.

Mahmoud A. Khaimi M.D.

Dr. Khaimi is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, USA. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, before undertaking a fellowship in glaucoma at the Dean McGee Eye Institute. He joined the faculty at the Dean McGee Eye Institute in 2007. His special interests include minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), filtration and glaucoma drainage surgery for glaucoma, complex cataracts. Dr. Khaimi was one of the first adopters of traditional ab externo Canaloplasty, having performed more than 1000 procedures. More recently, he is a pioneer of the ab interno Canaloplasty technique performed with the iTrack, known as ABiC, and has completed a 12-month analysis of the procedure’s efficacy in POAG patients, both as a stand-alone procedure, and in conjunction with cataract surgery. Dr. Khaimi was previously the primary investigator for the “Primary Trabeculectomy versus Tube” study, InnFocus study and several pharmaceutical research studies. He has been co-investigator for the Express mini shunt versus Trabeculectomy (XVT) study, the COMPASS study, and the Ologen versus Mitomycin C study.

Scottsdale iTrack Physician Event

Join ABiC pioneer Dr. Mahmoud A. Khaimi (Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma) to learn the ins’ and outs’ of MIGS with ABiC. Hosted over dinner, this intimate event will include didactic presentations and a hands-on wet lab, and will provide you with a better understanding of how to integrate iTrack technology into your practice.

Host: Steven Carignan

DATE:

Thursday June, 28 2018

TIME:

7.00pm - 9.00pm

VENUE:

Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas

6333 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale

ROOM:

Sonora D

DOWNLOAD THE INVITATION

RSVP:

scarignan@ellex.com

mmorales@ellex.com

+ OVERVIEW

Join ABiC pioneer Dr. Mahmoud A. Khaimi (Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma) to learn the ins’ and outs’ of MIGS with ABiC. Taking place across a number of different cities, this MIGS Roadshow series will include didactic presentations and a hands-on wet lab component – and will provide you with a better understanding of how to integrate iTrack technology into your practice.

The following events are currently scheduled:

Scottsdale, Arizona – June 2018

MIGS WITH ABiC

ABiC™ truly is the next generation of MIGS. With a mild touch and manifest efficacy, it is a swift procedure that preserves the conjunctiva, with great outcomes and a fast recovery and can be performed both during and independently of cataract surgery. It is a compelling option for IOP lowering in many patients, and can also help to effectively reduce the medication burden in patients suffering from controlled or uncontrolled glaucoma.

Not only does ABiC™ deliver on its promise of safety, but it is also effective. On average, ABiC™ achieves a reduction in mean IOP of 30%, combined with a 50% reduction in medication burden. Performed via a self-sealing clear corneal incision, ABiC™ flushes out the natural outflow channels, without damaging tissue and without leaving behind a stent or shunt.

Learn more about ABiC and iTrack.

Mahmoud A. Khaimi M.D.

Dr. Khaimi is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, USA. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, before undertaking a fellowship in glaucoma at the Dean McGee Eye Institute. He joined the faculty at the Dean McGee Eye Institute in 2007. His special interests include minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), filtration and glaucoma drainage surgery for glaucoma, complex cataracts. Dr. Khaimi was one of the first adopters of traditional ab externo Canaloplasty, having performed more than 1000 procedures. More recently, he is a pioneer of the ab interno Canaloplasty technique performed with the iTrack, known as ABiC, and has completed a 12-month analysis of the procedure’s efficacy in POAG patients, both as a stand-alone procedure, and in conjunction with cataract surgery. Dr. Khaimi was previously the primary investigator for the “Primary Trabeculectomy versus Tube” study, InnFocus study and several pharmaceutical research studies. He has been co-investigator for the Express mini shunt versus Trabeculectomy (XVT) study, the COMPASS study, and the Ologen versus Mitomycin C study.

+ SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

Scottsdale iTrack Physician Event

Join ABiC pioneer Dr. Mahmoud A. Khaimi (Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of Oklahoma) to learn the ins’ and outs’ of MIGS with ABiC. Hosted over dinner, this intimate event will include didactic presentations and a hands-on wet lab, and will provide you with a better understanding of how to integrate iTrack technology into your practice.

Host: Steven Carignan

DATE:

Thursday June, 28 2018

TIME:

7.00pm - 9.00pm

VENUE:

Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas

6333 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale

ROOM:

Sonora D

DOWNLOAD THE INVITATION

RSVP:

scarignan@ellex.com

mmorales@ellex.com