YUTIQ: proven to reduce uveitis recurrence1
[At 6 months—18% for YUTIQ and 79% for sham [95% Cl*: 60% (41%, 73%)] for study 1 and 22% for YUTIQ and 54% for sham [95% CI: 32% (15%, 48%)] for study 2 (P<0.1). At 12 months—28% for YUTIQ and 86% for sham [95% CI: 58% (40%, 70%)] for study 1 and 33% for YUTIQ and 60% for sham [95% CI: 27% (9%, 43%)] for study 2.]
Extended median time to first recurrence of uveitis1,2
Study design: The efficacy of YUTIQ was assessed in 2 randomized, multicenter, sham-controlled, double-masked, phase 3 studies in adult patients [N=282] with noninfectious uveitis affecting the posterior segment of the eye. The primary endpoint in both studies was the proportion of patients who experienced recurrence of uveitis in the study eye within 6 months of follow-up; recurrence was also assessed at 12 months. Recurrence was defined as either deterioration in visual acuity, vitreous haze attributable to noninfectious uveitis, or the need for rescue medications.1
†NE=non-evaluable due to the low number of recurrences in the YUTIQ group.2
YUTIQ: innovation in chronic noninfectious posterior uveitis treatment
The YUTIQ implant is 3.5 mm long.
YUTIQ in-office patient support services
We are committed to providing support through every phase of the YUTIQ access process through our complimentary EyePoint AssistSM support program. By offering a range of access and reimbursement resources, we strive to make the patient experience a positive one.
EyePoint Assist will help with coordinating health insurance benefits, determining associated out-of-pocket costs, and assisting in determining eligibility for the YUTIQ co-pay assistance and patient assistance programs.
YUTIQ ordering and reimbursement process guide
YUTIQ reimbursement and diagnosis codes
NEW J code: J7314
EyePoint Assist patient enrollment forms
YUTIQ in practice: a CEO's perspective
Listen to the CEO of Texas Retina Specialists discuss EyePoint support, getting started with YUTIQ, and HUB enrollment.
Uveitis specialists and retina specialists trust YUTIQ
Dr Sumit Sharma
Dr Sharma, a uveitis specialist at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses treatment challenges, the various patient types, and best treatment practices.
Dr David Eichenbaum
Retina specialist Dr Eichenbaum discusses the ideal YUTIQ patient, use of YUTIQ, and follow-up care.
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