|BENEFITS OF USING A VERSAPULSE LASER
- The multi-specialty, multi-application platform offers superior cost effectiveness and yield a high return on investment
- Most versatile laser systems for urology applications: BPH (BNI,TUIP, HoLAP, HoLEP, HoLRP), stones, tumors and strictures
- Extensive clinical evidence; HoLAP and HoLEP have over 14 randomized controlled trials
- Provide standard of care for treating BPH (HoLAP & HoLEP) and stones (in all locations): AUA and EAU support these as first line treatment options1
- Precise and controlled cutting and ablation; penetrates just enough to ablate tissue without charring, causing deep thermal necrosis or collateral damage
- Effective for minimally invasive procedures requiring soft tissue ablations, such as: BPH, stones, turbinate reduction and endometriosis
VERSAPULSE FAMILY OF LASERS
Superior solutions deliver outstanding benefits for you and your patients.
80 Watts Holmium/100 Watts Nd:YAG: A powerful combination
of two wavelengths that is ideal for short or long-duration procedures requiring high-energy.
100 Watt: The most powerful holmium laser available, this versatile
laser can handle it all; urology, gastroenterology, orthopedics and more.
60 Watt: This mid-power laser not only handles urologic applications,
but is also has the cutting power for other applications like orthopedics.
20 Watt: This system is an economical choice that works well for
low-power procedures like stones or tumors.
|Although the VersaPulse family of lasers are best known for their urologic
treatments, they are also indicated for many other non-urological applications.
Its multi-specialty capability yields a high return on investment for your hospital.
When you choose a VersaPulse laser, you can be sure that your financial
well-being is being protected.
EXCEPTIONAL VERSATILITY, EQUALS AMAZING VALUE
One system to treat multiple specialties including urology, gastroenterology,
orthopedics, ENT and more, makes for a smart decision.
CUSTOM FIBERS AND ACCESSORIES
DuoTome™ SideLite™: This single-use fiber is especially well suited for HoLAP.
SlimLine™, SlimLine EZ™ & SlimLine GI™: These reusable and single-use fibers are
custom designed to work seamlessly with the VersaPulse family and are perfectly suited
for procedures such as HoLEP and stones.
VersaCut™ Morcellator: This system provides rapid and efficient endoscopic removal
of resected prostate tissue from the bladder after the HoLEP procedure.
UNPARALLELED SUPPORT, TRAINING AND SERVICE
Lumenis is committed to providing quality products, training and service
- Fully-trained team of certified service professionals
- Proven customer satisfaction
- World class preceptor program and training tools
- Excellent references including thought leaders
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- Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate Versus Open Prostatectomy for Prostates Greater Than 100 Grams; 5-Year Follow-up Results of a Randomized Clinical
Trial, Kuntz RM, Lehrich K, Ahvai S. Eur Urol 2008 Apr:53:160-168
- A Randomized Trial Comparing Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate with Transurethral Resection of the Prostate for the Treatment of Bladder Outlet
Obstruction, Secondary to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Large Glands (40 to 200 grams), Tan AH, Gilling P, et al. J Urol (Oct. 2003) 170:1270-1274
- Randomized Comparison of Transurethral Electroresection and Holmium: YAG Laser Vaporization for Symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Mottet N, Anidjar J,
et al. J Endourol 1999 13:127-130
- Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate for Prostates of >125mL., Matlaga BR, Lingeman JE, et al. BJU International, 97:81-84, Jan 2006
- Holmium Laser Bladder Neck Incision vs. Holmium Enucleation of the Prostate as Outpatient Procedures for Prostates Less Than 40 Grams: A Randomized Trial,
Aho, TF, Gilling P, et al. J Urol, 174, 210-214, Jul 2005
- KTP Laser versus transurethral resection: early results of a randomized trial Bouchier-Hayes DM, Anderson P, et al. J Endourol 2006 Vol 20 (8):580-585
- Photoselective potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) laser vaporization vs. transurethral resection of the prostate for prostates larger than 70mL: a short-term
prospective randomized trial Horasanli K, Silay M, et al. J Urol 2008 71:247-251
- The Diode Laser: A Novel Side-Firing Approach for Laser Vaporisation of the Human Prostate – Immediate Efficacy and 1 – Year Follow- Up Seitz M., Sroka, R.,
et al. Eur Urol 2007 June; 52 1717-1772
- Thulium Laser versus Standard Transurethral Resection of the Prostate: A Randomized Trial Xia, S. et al. European Urology 2006 Vol 53 382-390