EFFICIENT vitreous removal—DONE YOUR WAY
With a variety of cutting options, Stellaris Elite is built to adapt to a wide range of procedural needs.
- 20g, 23g, and 25g versatility
- 7,500 cpm for efficient vitreous removal
VISUALIZE COMPREHENSIVE CONTROL.
Stellaris Elite offers a dedicated combination of light source, fiber optics, and light filtering technologies. Collectively, they enable outstanding visualization, differentiated viewing options, and exacting surgical control.
Bright xenon light was designed specifically for small-gauge vitrectomy
Supports fiber optic add-ons as small as 29g
Numerous specialized illumination options
- Illuminated instruments
- Illuminated laser probes
Proprietary color filters deliver distinct clinical advantages over systems without filters
- Yellow & Green—Filters out potentially damaging blue light
- Green—Highlights structural details
- Amber—Minimizes glare
Filters may be used as an augmentation or an alternative to intraoperative dyes
A comprehensive portfolio of high-performance laser probes enables exceptional access and surgical efficiency
Patented illuminated directional laser probes feature a fixed fiber with a moving shaft, for exclusive 90-degree curve actuation
- Delivers midfield light patterns
- Provides access to the far periphery
- Enables unassisted scleral depression
VITESSE HYPERSONIC VITRECTOMY SYSTEM
Exclusive to Stellaris Elite, the Vitesse hypersonic vitrectomy system represents a revolutionary approach to vitreous removal. Using powerful hypersonic technology, it liquefies vitreous for a new level of surgical control and precision.
- Hypersonic technology creates a highly-localized tissue liquefaction zone, at the edge of the port, for exceptional control during tissue removal.
- OpenPort design is 100% open 100% of the time, for consistent flow
- Unique single-lumen design provides completely unobstructed aspiration
Compared to traditional pneumatic cutters that aspirate first and then shear vitreous, Vitesse with hypersonic technology liquefies and aspirates tissue at the edge of the port.
FINDINGS IN HUMAN VITReOUS
Hypersonic liquefaction results in significantly smaller fibril fragments than traditional pneumatic cutters