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.
Download our booklet and learn about the evolution of holmium laser lithotripsy, from low power systems to clinical breakthroughs.
Read the results of the double-blinded clinical trial that compared the Lumenis MOSES Technology with conventional modes of holmium laser lithotripsy.
Prof. Thomas Knoll of Klinikverbund Sudwest in Sindelfingen performs mini PCNl using the Lumenis MOSES Pulse 120 on a 49 year old woman.
Watch our most recent stone videos featuring Dr. Hideyasu Iwamoto, Prof. Evangelos Liatsikos, Dr. Ivan Grunberger, and Dr. Sijo Parekattil to see the MOSES technology in action.
This video shows how MOSES pulse is delivered, resulting in increased stone ablation, reduced retropulsion and stone migration. The less the stone moves, the more contact is maintained, leading to a more efficient procedure.
The MOSES Technology provides the physician with optimal control over the stone during lithotripsy procedures. MOSES yields better ablation rate, reduced retropulsion and shorter procedures.
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.
Mark D. White, Professor of Urology Surgery at the Albany Medical Center Hospital in NY, discusses how holmium laser innovation is a game changer for doctors and patients.
The technological advances in the realm of Holmium lasers have created new horizons for surgeons treating urinary stones and BPH. Be it flexible ureteroscopy, PCNL, Mini PCNL,HoLEP or Vaporization – the Lumenis Holmium Laser Systems allows surgeons to tailor the optimal settings and techniques for every patient and every case.