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RETINAL LASER THERAPY, REINVENTED

Fully integrated 577nm yellow laser combining Lumibird Medical exclusive fiber laser technology with SingleSpot, Multispot Pattern Scanning and Subliminal® treatment modes.

Easyret® features a unique, clinically oriented user interface and software-guided treatment procedures facilitating the implementation of the laser spots and enhancing retinal treatments. 

Key Features

  • Most versatile wavelength with best chromophore absorption profile.
  • Perfectly homogenous laser spot profile ensuring even laser treatments.
  • Multispot Pattern Scanning mode for peripheral treatments is better tolerated by patients.
  • SubLiminal® subthreshold mode for tissue sparing macular treatments.

3 reasons to choose Easyret®

577nm Yellow laser wavelength

Presented as the most versatile wavelength in scientific literature, the 577nm wavelength offers the following benefits:

  • Excellent combined absorption by both melanin and oxyhemoglobin (peak absorption of oxyhemoglobin) [1,2]
  • Very little absorption by macular xanthophyll pigments [1,2]
  • Excellent penetration through cataracts and hazy media [1,2]
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Multispot Pattern Scanning treatment mode

Characterized by the use of short pulse durations from 10 to 20 ms, the Multispot Pattern Scanning treatment mode offers many advantages over classical treatments:

  • Less heat diffusion to the retina and choroid, less damage to the retinal nerve fiber layer [3,4]
  • Comfortable treatment better tolerated by patients [5]
  • Treatment time reduction (full PRP in 1 session) [6]

The Multispot Pattern Scanning treatment mode can be delivered through 4 customizable patterns for better adaptation to the treatment site.

Single spot - Squares - Circles - Triple arcs

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SubLiminal treatment mode

Composed of a train of extremely short microsecond pulses, this subthreshold treatment mode (non-visible laser impacts) is a tissue sparing treatment mode avoiding scarring [7,8] while treating Diabetic Macular Edema [7] and Central Serous Chorioretinopathy [8].

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An enhanced software interface

All controls are conveniently located, right at your fingertips thanks to:

  • A highly intuitive touchscreen interface allowing you to adjust all treatment settings.
  • An intuitive click wheel to control the patterns settings
  • An intelligent footswitch to control the laser settings

Easyret provides an intuitive and versatile software user interface, simplifying the use of the SingleSpot, Multispot Pattern Scanning and SubLiminal treatment modes.

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Ability to test the software interface on your computer

Clinical advantages of EASYRET®

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with a wide range of accessories

Mosar imaging system
Laser indirect ophthalmoscope

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CLINICAL REFERENCES

1- Vogel M, Schäfer FP, Stuke M, Müller K, Theuring S, Morawietz A. Animal, experiments for the determination of an optimal wavelength for retinal coagulations. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 1989;227:277-280.
2- Mainster MA. Wavelength selection in macular photocoagulation. Tissue optics, thermal effects, and laser systems. Ophthalmology.1986;93:952-958.
3- Jain A, Blumenkranz MS, Paulus Y et al. Effect of pulse duration on size and character of the lesion in retinal photocoagulation. Arch Ophthalmol. 2008; 126:78-85.
4- Yi-Ryeung Park, Donghyun Jee. Changes in Peripapillary Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness after Pattern Scanning Laser Photocoagulation in Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy. Korean J Ophthalmol 2014;28(3):220-225.
5- Hussainy S Al, Dodson PM and Gibson JM. Pain response and follow-up of patients undergoing panretinal laser photocoagulation with reduced exposure times. Eye (2008) 22, 96–99
6- Muqit MM, Marcellino GR, Henson DB et al. Single-Session vs Multiple-Session Pattern Scanning Laser Panretinal Photocoagulation in Proliferative Diabetic. Arch ophthalmol, 2010, 128 : 525-533
7- Yoon Hyung Kwon, Dong Kyu Lee, Oh Woong Kwon. The short-term efficacy of subthreshold micropulse yellow (577-nm) laser photocoagulation for diabetic macular edema. Korean J Ophthalmol 2014;28(5):379-385
8- Scholz P, Ersoy L, Boon CJF, Fauser S. Subthreshold Micropulse Laser (577 nm). Treatment in Chronic Central Serous Chorioretinopathy. Ophthalmologica 2015 DOI: 10.1159/000439600

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