EASYRET Multispot & Subliminal™
Stemming from the ELBA™ technology, developed and successfully marketed by Quantel Laser for various applications, this new generation of laser cavity provides unique advantages:
An excellent beam quality ensuring a homogeneous laser spot profile (top hat)
- The emission of pure 577nm yellow wavelength
- An extended lifetime thanks to a simple, compact and reliable technology
The fiber laser technology is a variation of the standard solid-state laser technology. In fiber lasers, the lasing medium is composed of an optical fiber doped with rare earth elements and optically pumped by diodes.
Characterized by the use of short pulse duration's from 10 to 20 ms, the Multi Spot treatment mode offers many advantages over classical treatments:
Single spot- Squares - Circles - Triple arcs - Macular grid
Yellow Laser- 577nm Wavelength:
Presented as the most versatile wavelength in the scientific literature, the 577nm wavelength offers the following benefits:
In addition to SingleSpot and MultiSpot delivery modes. Easyret® features the Subthreshold technology
The use of this subthreshold treatment mode converts each laser shot into a "pulse envelope" composed of a customized train of short pulses, allowing the operator to fully adjust the pulse duration (On Time) and interval (Off Time). This fined-tuned control of the laser treatment settings ensures a precise management of the thermal effect on the targeted tissues.
Easyret®features the proprietary Resume® function offering more flexibility to the operator in the implementation of the MultiSpot and the Subthreshold treatment modes.
- In MultiSpot mode, the pattern delivery can be paused and resumed (the previous shots are remembered)
- In Subthreshold mode, the treatment is combined with the pattern scan mode and delivered semi-automatically in several steps
Sub-threshold Mode - Tissue sparing treatment mode avoiding scarring
Composed of a train of extremely short microsecond pulses this sub-threshold treatment option is generating more and more interest among retinal physicians: