Laser Solutions Inc. is proud to distribute the SSI/Laser Engineering Ultra MD™ Super Pulse CO2 Laser, for application in all surgical specialties.
This state-of-the-art, multi-specialty laser has an updated, CO2 sealed tube system (no external gas tanks) and a fixed alignment delivery system.
| New Touch Panel Increases Ease of Use |
The sophisticated features of the Ultra MD Super Pulse series include continuous wave and super pulse settings. Super pulse available in 1-watt increments to a max of 20 or 30 watts.
Easy, fingertip-control settings in a convenient, space-saving compact size. The Ultra MD surgical lasers are compatible with virtually all microscopes, endoscopes, and colposcopes.
These systems have standard and optional accessories for treatment in many surgical specialties including dermatology and plastic surgery.
- 125 millimeter focal length handpiece
- Micromanipulator that adapts the laser for use with surgical microscopes.
- Small Spot Micromanipulator
- Zoom handpiece (LAUP)
- Vector Laparoscopic Coupler
Easy to Operate
This new touch screen is very user friendly. The laser control panel is easy to understand.
Reduced System Maintenance
The laser gas is permanently sealed within the tube itself, reducing system maintenance. Sealed-off tube design eliminates the need for vacuum pumps and bulky gas cylinders.
Safe to Use: Easy and Cost Effective to Service
Microprocessor-controlled circuitry provides self-calibration and precise parameter adjustment. Self-diagnostics and continuous monitoring of all functions assure safe use and ease of service. New remote-diagnostic capabilities significantly reduce repair and troubleshooting time and cost. Bright LED displays are easy to read under all ambient conditions.
Aiming Beam for Precise Application
A bright, 5-milliwatt HeNe laser-aiming beam is easily visible in endoscopic applications.
Mobile, Compact System for Versatility
The small system is completely self-contained and highly mobile. The featherweight, articulated arm is counter-balanced for precise, effortless control during surgery. The arm length frees operating space and folds compactly away when not in use.