Aurolab Aqueous Drainage Implant (AADI)
AADI, a non-valved glaucoma shunt used in ophthalmology application indicated for glaucoma patients for not responding maximal medical therapy, failed trabeculectomy, neovascular, congenitial and uveitic glaucoma.
Made of permanent implantable grade silicone, a proven material for patient safety.
Results in anatomical and functional success rates.
The two fixation holes in the silicone plate can be used to suture the plate to the sclera using 8-0 or 9-0 nylon sutures.
Key features of AADI
Large surface area
Large surface area of the silicone plate provides aqueous filtration and pressure relief by controlling long term intraocular pressure with fewer post operative complication and medication needed than small plate design.
Single Quadrant Insertion:
Innovative design for simple and faster surgical technique which allows surgeons to implant larger surface plate with lesser trauma and faster healing.
Flexible tie-off capability in the silicone tube, which can be tight or loose to match complicated procedure.
Unique fenestration design allow the growth of fibrous tissue to control bleb height and volumes, to secure plate in the place and minimize ocular motility disturbance.
AAO - Aadi vs. AGV in Keratoplasty
AAO - Aadi vs. AGV in Pediatric Glaucoma
BJO - Safe & efficacy of AADI in refractory childhood glaucoma
IJO - Outcome of AADI