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Swiss LaserClast

Make the difference > short or long pulses

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Laser

20 W versatile Holmium:YAG laser, optimum energy and pulse duration.

Effective stone and soft-tissue treatments

Optimum dusting & fragmentation through small diameter fibers

A wide dynamic power range

High maximum pulse energy (3.5 J) and pulse frequency (20 Hz)

All-in-one solution

Can be combined with Swiss LithoClast® systems and integrated into the All-In-One cart to form a universal stone treatment station

Product features

SAFE OPERATION AND APPLICATION

  • Optimum pulse length selection adapting to specific stone and tissue treatment requirements
  • Predefined energy / frequency parameters for simple and optimized laser settings
  • Enhanced procedure and safety system assured with automatic maximum power setting and
  • fiber reuse cycle supervision when using the original EMS SmartFibers
  • Use of EMS SmartFibers avoids fiber overuse and related loss of laser performance
  • or system damage. Also prevents operator errors

EASE OF TRANSPORT AND INSTALLATION

  • Connects to standard electrical power outlet 100 - 240 VAC, 16 A
  • Integrated water / air cooling circuit – no external water connection required
  • Low weight and compact size
  • Can be combined with Swiss LithoClast® systems and integrated into the All-In-One cart to form a universal stone treatment station
  • Compact size allows integration in an endoscopy tower and saves OR space

INTEGRATED EASY-TO-CHANGE BLAST SHIELD

  • Blast shield protection of the optical laser system minimizes laser damage and avoids costly repair
  • EMS design allows the blast shield to be changed by the user thus minimizing maintenance costs
  • Comprehensive user guidance through graphical user interface touch screen

 

Clinical Studies

Impact of pulse duration on HO:YAG laser lithotripsy: Fragmentation and dusting performance
M. J. Bader Department of Urology, Kreisklinik Ebersberg Gemeinnützige GmbH, Ebersberg, Germany T. Pongratz · R. Sroka Laser Research Laboratory (LFL) in LIFE-Centre, Hospital of University Munich, Feodor-Lynen-Str. 19, 81377 Munich, Germany W. Khoder · C. G. Stief Department of Urology, Hospital of University Munich, Hanover, Germany 

 

 

 

Technical features

Product reference

FT-211# 

Technology

Laser