The neoV1470 neoV laser - The World's Smallest Endovascular / Proctology Laser
- VASCULAR SUMMARY BROCHURE
- PROCTOLOGY BROCHURE
- ADDITIONAL BROCHURES AND RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
The neoV1470 is a superb microsurgical instrument for endovenous laser ablation of veins, as well as for incision and excision of soft tissue in critical areas. The peak of water absorption at 1470nm enables precise cutting with good coagulation of soft tissue. As a result of this unique tissue absorption, procedures can be completed at lower energy dosages leading to less thermal trauma and better healing. Contact us for more information on this superbly designed 1470nm unit.
- Surgical Precision – The neoV1470 produces energy at 1470nm, a unique wavelength, having a peak of water absorption in soft tissue. Accordingly, energy turns into heat immediately on the tissue surface, for precise ablation and cutting.
- Up to 10Watts of Power – The neoV1470 provides up to 10Watts of 1470nm energy from the fiber tip. Combined with the high absorption in soft tissue, the neoV1470 is a powerful cutting and coagulation instrument for multiple procedures
- Unique Design – The neoV1470 laser system is the only system on the market to house a 10Watt fiber output power in such a small, lightweight and portable configuration, leveraging proprietary cooling technology. With its superb craftsmanship, the neoV1470 represents the next generation of laser design excellence.
- Top Notch Quality – All components comprising the neoV1470 are of superb quality, from the full aluminum housing, to the heart of the unit â€“ the laser diode.
- Ease of Use – the neoV1470 user interface, offering up to 99 presets, and equipped with special preprogrammed presets for EVLA treatments, offers a clear, simple and user interface.
- Value – The neoV1470, with its unique features and outstanding design, offers superb value for your surgical applications.
ADDITIONAL BROCHURES AND RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
- Intraindividual comparison of 1,470 nm diode laser versus carbon dioxide for tonsillotomy: a prospective, randomized, double blind, controlled feasibility trial. Havel M et al., Lasers Surg Med. 2012 Sep; 44(7):558-63
- A double-blind, randomized, intra-individual controlled feasibility trial comparing the use of 1470 and 940 nm diode laser for the treatment of hyperplastic inferior nasal turbinates. Havel M et al., Lasers Surg Med. 2011 Nov; 43(9):881-6.
- EVLA publication
- Abstracts Relating to Utility of 1470nm Lasers in Endovascular
- neoV Vascular Detailed Brochure
- Case Study Fistula
- Case Study Hemorrhoid 1
- Case Study Hemorrhoid 2