OMNI Combined Procedure System

Sight Sciences

The OMNI Combined Procedure System viscodilates up to 360? of Schlemm canal and unroofs up to 360? of the trabecular meshwork. A blunt, polymer microcatheter is advanced through the tip of a curved cannula with a roller gear mechanism and delivers a controlled amount of viscoelastic fluid as it is retracted. After completing viscodilation, the microcatheter can be withdrawn from the eye (without retracting it into the cannula) to mechanically cleave trabecular meshwork.

  • Introduced through a single, clear corneal incision and easy-to-use roller wheel mechanism advances the atraumatic polymer tip through Schlemm canal and simultaneously delivers a controlled amount viscoelastic fluid to dilate the canal and collector channels
  • Can be used in a stand-alone procedure or in conjunction with cataract surgery
  • The single-use instrument does not require a capital investment and is reimbursed under a Category I CPT code
  • Procedure does not rely on foreign body inside the eye




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For the catheterization and transluminal viscodilation of Schlemm’s canal and the cutting of trabecular meshwork to reduce intraocular pressure in adult patients with open-angle glaucoma.

Mechanism of Action

Trabecular Meshwork and inner wall of Schlemm Canal


Treatment of mild to severe glaucoma during cataract surgery or as a stand-alone procedure

Company Information

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Sight Sciences

3000 Sand Hill Road Building 3, Suite 105

Menlo Park, CA 94025