Protected by US patent 9,370,447 and other patent pending applications worldwide
This 8ft illuminated bending laser probe is indicated for Endo-Ocular laser photocoagulation treatments in order to provide coagulation and illumination during surgical interventions at laser operating wavelength of 500 to 1,100nm. The laser fiber is terminated from one side with a connector that attaches the fiber end to the laser source. It is terminated from one side with a connector that attaches the fiber end to the illumination machine. From the other side, it is terminated with a handpiece by a proximal stainless steel tubing that is
20 gauge in size that holds the tip of the laser and illumination fibers, and ending with a distal pre-curved PEEK memory tube that can change angle when activated by the sliding button on the handle side. When the sliding button on the handle is advanced, an internal straightening tube advances into the distal pre-curved PEEK memory tube, thus causing a reduction of the angle of the pre-curved PEEK memory tube, down to zero degrees at the maximum sliding position, allowing the selection of the desired angle during surgery. This device allows to safely and effectively transmit laser energy from the laser source to the surgical site, facilitated by the aiming beam that is provided by the laser source. The laser spot size at 4mm away is 1mm.
A flexible plastic jacket covers and protects the length of the fiber.
Ergonomic and non-slip handpiece design.
Different connectors that suit most laser source models available on the market.
Sterilized by Ethylene Oxide, single-use, latex-free.
Dia 0.91 mm (20ga). Length 2.4 m (8 ft)
Click on the links below to view the Illuminated Bending Laser Probe 20g. The variations are sorted per Laser Connector type. Each Laser Connector type presents five laser Illumination connector options.
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Fully slide button forward to straighten the tip prior to penetration or withdrawal; sliding the button all the way forward straightens the tip while sliding the button backward incrementally curves the tip.
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