Completion of Study Enrolment of Implandata’s Extraocular Eye Pressure Sensor for Continual Glaucoma Monitoring

This first-in-human clinical study is conducted to validate the suprachoroidally placed EYEMATE-SC sensor implant for continual monitoring of intraocular pressure (IOP). The lead investigator Prof. Dr. med. Peter Szurman from Eye Sulzbach at Knappschaft Hospital Saar, Germany asserts: “The sensor is pleasantly small and easy to implant, so most patients undergoing glaucoma surgery are eligible for such a pressure sensor. This enables glaucoma patients for the first time to monitor their own eye pressure at any time. It will improve the safety for glaucoma patients and significantly reduce the risk of blindness due to glaucoma.”