The non-invasive solution

UCP technique was developed as a fast, simple-to-use, adaptable procedure for glaucoma treatment

The treatment probe is placed on the eye using a positioning cone.
The transducers are placed at regular intervals on the circumference of the treatment probe and oriented in order to create focal zones consisting of elliptic cylinders superimposed on the ciliary body.
The EYEOP-PACK product range is available in three sizes: 11, 12 or 13mm diameter.

Therapy probe

The EyeOP1 control unit generates the ultrasound energy. It is compact, ergonomic, and simple to use. The touch screen enables the operator to set the parameters and to control the procedure throughout the treatment. The simple tree structure of the user interface provides for intuitive use of the control unit.

Treatment module

A unique medical device

UCP is a non-invasive technique that utilizes high-intensity focused ultrasound to provide targeted, controlled and gentle thermal coagulation of the ciliary body by specialized, miniaturized transducers to deliver and focus the ultrasound.

Positioning cone and therapy probe

Ultrasound technology applied to ophthalmology

High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound enables

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound precision through ultra-small spot size

UCP Flex – Adaptable dose

In 2 out of 3 patients, the UCP procedure helps to reduce the IOP by 30-35% on average at 12 months*
In 1 out of 3 treatments, the procedure may require a 2nd treatment

*Based on 6-sector protocol

Watch the 3D animation of non-invasive UCP treatment

UCP uses high intensity focused ultrasound to treat glaucoma