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With more than 14 randomized controlled trials, spanning more than a decade, it is no surprise that the AUA and EAU both support HoLAP and HoLEP as a first line procedure for the treatment of BPH. Precise and controlled cutting and ablation allows the holmium laser energy to penetrate just enough to ablate tissue without the charring, deep thermal necrosis or collateral damage often seen with other laser treatments.
Key Challenges Treating BPH

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Benefits of Using the Lumenis Pulse family of lasers to Treat BPH
  • Proven procedures with superior long term clinical results: low complication and re-operation rates.
  • Holmium laser is a good wavelength for ablation or enucleation of tissue without charring,
  • Overheating or damaging tissue where it can’t be seen
  • Precise control over depth of tissue penetration
  • Superior hemostasis results in a virtually bloodless surgery
  • It provides flexibility to adapt to the treatment of an unexpected stone without switching to a different system
  • Less post-operative voiding symptoms*
*The Canadian Journal of Urology, Oct 2007, Dr. Derek Matoka & Dr. Timothy Averch
Proven Procedures for the Desired Clinical Outcome



   (Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate)
 Proven effective for prostates of all sizes
(Holmium Laser Ablation of the Prostate)
 Proven effective for small to medium prostates 
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