Iridex Revenues Drop 12 Percent in Q1-2017

May 12, 2017: By Jon Swedien

iridex-1x1Iridex reported May 3 that its Q1-2017 revenues totaled $10.5 million, a 12 percent decrease from Q1-2016 sales of $11.9 million.

The decline was primarily due to lower medical and surgical retinal product revenues, Iridex said. The Mountain View, California, company manufactures laser-based medical systems, delivery devices, and consumable instrumentation for ophthalmology.

“While our first quarter was marked by lower-than-expected financial results, we made significant progress towards the commercialization of the G6 platform,” said William Moore, Iridex president and CEO.

Iridex sold 64 Cyclo G6 laser systems in Q1-2017 and shipped approximately 6,600 single-use G6 probes. Iridex continues to anticipate sales of 400 to 450 G6 systems in 2017 but currently expects the number of G6 probes shipped to range from 35 thousand to 40 thousand, the company said.

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