Omeros’ Omidria Revenues Grow 71 Percent

August 11, 2017: By Jon Swedien

OMEROSRevenues from Omidria grew 71 percent in Q2-2017 compared with Q2-2016, Seattle-based Omeros reported Aug. 8.

Omidria’s revenues during the quarter totaled $17.2 million, which marked a 40 percent increase over the drug’s revenues in Q1-2017, Omeros said. All of Omeros’ Q2-2017 revenues came from Omidria sales.

Omeros said units shipped by wholesalers in Q2-2017 increased 113 percent over Q2-2016 and 34 percent over Q1-2017.

Launched in April 2015, Omidria is intended for use during cataract surgery to maintain pupil size by preventing intraoperative miosis and to reduce postoperative ocular pain. It is a combination of a mydriatic agent and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent that is added to irrigation solution used during IOL procedures.

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