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What is the most common challenge seen by surgeons just starting NPDS/AquaFlow?

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What is the most common challenge seen by surgeons just starting NPDS/AquaFlow?

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The most common challenges with this glaucoma implant procedure that STAAR Surgical Company has been made aware of are either not initiating the deep flap at the proper depth of 90 percent or starting at 90 percent depth but end up at 70 percent depth and missing Schlemm’s canal. The solution is to go posterior and begin a deeper dissection in order to “de-roof” Schlemm’s canal.

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