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Lumenis PulseTM 120H Holmium Laser System with
MOSESTM 2.0 Technology

Technology for lithotripsy

Urology / Products / MOSES 2.0 Technology / Technology for Lithotripsy
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The holmium laser has significantly improved the management of stones in advanced urology procedures such as percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) and ureteroscopy with laser lithotripsy.1-3

The Lumenis Pulse 120H Holmium Laser System with MOSES 2.0 Technology effectively treats different stone compositions and enables a spectrum of techniques: stone dusting, popcorning and fragmentation.1

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MOSES 2.0 Technology demonstrates nearly:

  • 20% reduction in procedure time.1
  • 33% improvement in fragmentation efficiency.1
  • 50% reduction in stone retropulsion compared to regular holmium lasers.1
 

“Simply dust it away. We demonstrated an improvement in complete stone-free rates when using a dusting technique for renal stones with ultra-high frequencies.”


Dr. Khurshid Ghani
University of Michigan
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The MOSES 2.0 Technology allows optimized energy transmission

Transmission is less dependent on fiber-stone distance, aiding physicians to perform the same treatment with greater distance from the stone, and yet with better retropulsion control.1,2
 
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Comprehensive versatility for lithotripsy

MOSES 2.0 Technology provides optimal energy delivery in dusting, popcorning and fragmentation of any size of stone at the kidney, bladder or ureter.1
 
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MOSES 2.0 Technology: Improving the gold standard for laser lithotripsy

 

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