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SmartXide HS: Power, Precision and Automation
Applications
ENT
Gynaecology
Sources
CO₂ - 10600nm

Overview

  Where DEKA makes the difference

Smartxide HS: Power, Precision and Automation

The use of the CO2 laser has greatly enhanced operating methods in the field of ENT microsurgery and colposcopic gynaecological surgery. The mini-invasive CO2 laser surgery, backed by advanced technologies, offers significant advantages over traditional techniques. The professional expertise of the surgeon, combined with innovative and robotised systems such as SmartXide HS, guarantees excellent results while reducing hospitalisation and enhancing patient comfort.

A world leader in technological excellence, DEKA has designed SmartXide HS in line with criteria of simplicity, practicality and mini-invasiveness. SmartXide HS: micrometrical precision guaranteeing microsurgical excellence.

  Applications
Laryngeal Microsurgery
Oral Surgery
Pharyngeal Surgery
Nasal Surgery
Tracheobronchial Surgery
Stapedotomy
Colposcopic Surgery
  Plus
6
Scanning shapes adjustable in size and rotation: lines, circle curves (up to a full circle), spirals, hexagons, clover.
2 Operating modes: Depth Mode and Power Mode.
4 Scanning functions located on the joystick which allow the physician to work without ever taking his eyes off the operating microscope: rotation and size of the ablation figures, scan on/off, beam centering.
2299 Dwell times selectable in Power Mode (from 200 μs to 300 ms).
25 Specific ENT and Gynaecology protocols.
ESLA Technology Electronic Scanner Laser Ablation: technology that makes it possible to control ablation depth and coagulation percentage during the incision.