How new Stellaris phaco technology offers safety upgrades
Many specs of the new phaco system and program aim to help surgeons increasingly focused on rejecting complications in even the most hard cases.
Producers of the phacoemulsifiation system have been trying to better both efficiency and safety with every successive upgrade they have released over the last 4 decades. The new technological development continues that effort with more support for surgeons who are mainly targeted on rejecting complications.
All the latest systems and upgrades contain safety improvements, a problem upon which many surgeons have become increasingly targeted.
Stellaris permits coaxial MICS approach
The Stellaris vision enhancement system was released in 2007 as a replacement for the company’s Millennium Microsurgical system. The latest system aimed to permit either coaxial or biaxial microincision cataract surgery, in addition to other latest specs.
The Stellaris contains a touchscreen to permit simplified and faster pre-op set-up, as well as latest cassettes for both flow-based and vacuum pumps. These systems advanced flow module permits surgeons to replace from a peristaltic to a Venturi approach at any point in a cataract procedure, which is an capability that Dr. Olson said has been a remarkable help in his phaco procedures.
The Stellaris contains new wireless bluetooth footpedal that permits twin-linear control, adding extra control when the surgeon uses the Venturi pump.