Flexiva™ TracTip
Laser Fiber

Protect your scope with the Flexiva TracTip Laser Fiber.

While laser lithotripsy can bring critical relief to your patients, it can also inflict serious and costly damage to the working channel of your flexible ureteroscope.

The Flexiva TracTip Fiber offers a unique design and exclusive FlexShieldTM Coating that maximizes performance and scope protection.

A clinical evaluation of 98 consecutive procedures using Flexiva TracTip Fiber demonstrated no observed scope damage related to the fiber and no fiber fractures with deflection.1

 
 

Trackability with Ball Tip

  • Polished and reinforced ball-shaped output tip has the ability to track through a fully deflected scope without damage to the scope liner or optics.
  • Designed to reduce potential steps associated with the initial advancement of a deflected laser fiber to the treatment site.*

Output Efficiency

Flexibility

  • Optimized core size of 242 microns allows for scope deflection to reach all areas of the renal pelvis.

FlexShield Coating

  • Durable design and materials can withstand a 1.0 cm bend diameter at 50 Watts2.

Custom Guided Connector

  • Custom Guided Connector designed to guide energy toward the core and safely diffuse any errant laser energy.
 

Clinical References

Knudsen BE, Akar EC,  2015 Evaluation of 16 New Holmium Yttrium-Aluminum-Garnet Laser Optical Fibers for Ureteroscopy. Urology. 2015;86;230-235.
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Johnson S, Lew D, Davis C, Guise A. The impact on cost and frequency of ureteroscope repairs using a ball-tipped laser fiber for ureteroscopy. J Urology. 2014;191:948.
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Patel AP, Knudsen BE. Optimizing use of the holmium:YAG laser for surgical management of urinary lithiasis. Curr Urol Rep. 2014;15:397.
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Shin R, Fernando C, Preminger D, Lipkin M, et.al. Ball-Tip Holmium Laser Fiber May Reduce Flexible Ureteroscope Damage. J Urology. 2014;191:4S:197.
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References

Patel, AP, Knudsen, B. Optimizing Use of the Holmium:YAG Laser for Surgical Management of Urinary Lithiasis, Current Urology Reports, April 2014.

Bench Testing on file with Boston Scientific. Bench testing not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

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