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Surgical laser Litho
lithotripsyHo:YAGtrolley-mounted

surgical laser
surgical laser
surgical laser
surgical laser
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Characteristics

Applications
surgical, lithotripsy
Amplifying medium
Ho:YAG
Ergonomics
trolley-mounted
Wavelength

2,100 nm

Description

30W - 35W Holmium system for Lithotripsy The device at a glance Litho device is a Holmium (2.1 μm) surgical laser offering a wide selection of settings for the treatment of stones and soft tissue surgery, together with high versatility, cost-effectiveness and ease of use. Its radiation is strongly absorbed by water, resulting in effective hemostasis and limited depth of penetration (0.3-0.4mm). Apart from urology treatments, this device can be used in the resection and ablation of different soft tissues. The compact tower design simplifies its transportation and storage, easing its use in different hospital wards. Superior Settings Thanks to its settings range, Litho device stands out in the segment of low power – holmium lasers. This laser provides the user with high power output (up to 35W), energy (up to 5J) and frequency (up to 30Hz), together with an extremely long pulse width (up to 1500µs). These technical features offer multiple combinations of emission and superior versatility in stone treatment and soft tissue surgery. Dusting Effect Stone retropulsion and migration often prolong lithotripsy treatment, in particular with high pulse energy. Litho device is equipped with the Dusting Effect mode, taking advantage of the extremely long pulse width to perform a smoother ablation of stone, limiting retropulsion without affecting fragmentation efficiency. The obtained fine dust obviates the need for retrievalof fragments by basket.

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