Photocoagulators

A photocoagulator is a surgical instrument containing a laser which is used to coagulate and seal leaky eye tissue to prevent seepage from a damaged macular or ruptured vessel. As well as being a less painful approach than other cauterizing methods, laser photocoagulation leaves behind less scar tissue which shortens recovery time.

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Medical Devices
The Hyalus is one of the industry’s newest Green Laser Photocoagulators. It combines innovative laser technology and an ergonomic design with a console designed to provide high duty cycle and high standards of performance for use in a busy office or operating room.
Compact and light-weight body The compact (215W x 280D x 90H mm) and light-weight (6.7 kg) body offers optimum portability and operational flexibility.
Multicolor on modular architecture The MC-500 Vixi / MC-500 allows the selection of one, two, or three wavelengths among green, yellow, and red.
The all new solid state Mitra Yellow Laser Photocoagulator offers safety and efficiency in photocoagulation with both continuous wave and micro pulse treatment modes. Using patented technology the Mitra delivers precision and improved clinical outcomes for patients.
Infrared laser photocoagulator 808 nm wavelength laser and true continuous wave with maximum 2000 mW output power are applicable for various photocoagulation procedures.
The Novus Varia multicolor photocoagulator enhances the physician’s ability to treat patients by utilizing wavelengths with different light absorption characteristics - specifically targeting the three endogenous chromophores that are of primary relevance in retinal surgery: melanin, hemoglobin, and xanthophyll.
The Lumenis Novus Spectra is an innovative photocoagulator with an extensive set of features that deliver power and reliability with proprietary advancements in diode-pumped solid-state technology.
The FastPulse laser is a next generation multi-purpose 810nm diode laser photocoagulator designed for use by ophthalmic surgeons for the treatment of various retinal and glaucoma diseases.
Launched in 2005, the Vitra 532 nm laser revolutionized the principles of retinal photocoagulation. Small, handy and practical, the laser quickly won over the ophthalmological community.