Our leading clinical experts discuss how MOSES 2.0 demonstrates more efficient lithotripsy and BPH procedures while allowing a same day, catheter free, discharge.
While the use of percutaneous access has long been accepted as a feasible modality for treating large urinary stones – it is still considered to be a challenging procedure due to associated morbidity. In recent years, with the advent of miniaturized nephroscopes, improved accessories and advanced laser technologies, PCNL can be done with smaller than ever tract sizes, unleashing the full advantages of this surgical technique.
Prof. Thomas Knoll of Klinikverbund Sudwest in Sindelfingen performs mini PCNl using the Lumenis MOSES Pulse 120 on a 49 year old woman.
This webinar will focus on the physics, science, and clinical experience of different laser modalities, and what surgeons should be aware of when choosing their next laser source for lithotripsy and BPH treatments.
Dr. Fernando Gomez Sancha performs en-bloc MOSES Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate, with early apical liberation. 65 years old patient with acute urinary retention and prostate size estimation of 65 grams.
The world of urology laser treatments is currently experiencing an exciting wave of innovation, ranging from single-use ureteroscopes, miniaturized tools for percutaneous access, new laser lithotripsy techniques sources, and novel pulse modulation mechanisms. MOSES technology is central to this innovation wave. This webinar will focus on the physics, science, and clinical experience of different laser modalities, and what surgeons should be aware of when choosing their next laser source for lithotripsy and BPH treatments.
This on-demand webinar will share new data on HoLEP as an outpatient procedure and how it is becoming the new standard of care with the use of the MOSES technology.
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