Implants lower IOP, reduce medication

Implanatation of multiple trabecular micro-bypass implants (iStent, Glaukos) in Schlemm's canal following phamoemulsification successfully and significantly reduced IOP for 12 months after implantation, as well as the number of medications required to maintain target IOP

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