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Alcon offers the industry's most comprehensive portfolio of ophthalmic surgical products, enabling surgeons to achieve optimal results for their patients. By developing tools that give eye surgeons greater control during procedures, Alcon is dedicated to the vitreoretinal market. Through new innovations, Alcon is partnering with surgeons to help patients see the world more clearly.Visit Alcon.com Visit Surgicalretina.com
The HYPERVIT® Dual Blade Vitrectomy Probe is the latest upgrade to the pioneering CONSTELLATION® Vision System and the next evolution of the ULTRAVIT® probes. At 20,000 CPM with a continuously open port, it is designed for enhanced stability, reduced fluidic turbulence and improved port-to-surface distance with beveled probe1.
The FINESSE® SHARKSKINTM ILM Foreceps is a cutting edge innovation designed to increase surgical precision. The laser-ablated microstructures on the forecep tips easily facilitates the initation of the ILM peel, while the optimized grasping platform conforms to the curvature of the retina to mitigate membrane shredding during peeling.
The NGENUITY® system platform provides high-definition 3D visualization of the back of the eye with greater depth and detail during surgery than traditional microscopes1. Through DATAFUSION, the NGENUITY® system is now fully integrated with CONSTELLATION® System creating truly immersive OR experience. DATAFUSION provides real-time feedback via data from the CONSTELLATION® overlaid on the NGENUITY® display.
The Advanced ULTRAVIT® High Speed Beveled Probe is the next evolution of the ULTRAVIT® probes. At 10,000 CPM this probe features the unique beveled tip design that facilitates improved access to the tissue plane. Dual-pneumatic high-speed cutting decreases traction and optimized duty cycle increases vitreous flow2.
1 Alcon Data on File.
2 Abulon DJ, Buboltz DC. Porcine Vitreous Flow Behavior During High-Speed Vitrectomy up to 7500 cuts per minute. Transl Vis Sci Technol. 2016; 5:1-5.