The Trab360 was released in early 2015 by a newly-developed company, Sight Sciences. This non-powered device features an access cannula, a flexible injection tube and a control wheel that advances and retracts the injection tube (Fig 3). The Trab360 device enters the AC through a clear corneal incision, pierces through TM, and then once the injection tube has been fully advanced into SC, the TM is manually cut by pulling the injection tube internally (Fig 4). This can be done in one direction for 180 degrees or in both directions for a total of 360 degrees.
Watch a video of Trab360 surgery. Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEt6ujI6Jpg
Read more about the Trab360 procedure in an article in EyeWorld, entitled, “GATT-lite on Tap.” Click the link: https://www.eyeworld.org/article–gatt-lite–on-tap