Device Technologies has introduced a new surgical laser system that allows cataract surgeons to perform highly accurate and consistent capsulotomies in less than one third of a second, ensuring precise size, circularity, and position. Additionally, the resultant capsulotomy provides greater elasticity and strength compared to manual capsulotomy.¹
Delivering laser energy in a continuous manner, CAPSULaser provides 100% free-floating 360° capsulotomies, eliminating the issue of irregular capsulotomies or ‘postage stamp capsulotomies’ that can occur with other laser-assisted cataract systems that are reliant on pulsed laser energy.
CAPSULaser’s precise capsulotomy also facilitates the fixation of Teleon’s Femtis IOL, providing stability and predictable postoperative results.²
Contact: Device Technologies (AUS) 1800 806 006
- Daya et al. Parameters affecting anterior capsulotomy tear strength and distension. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery: March 2019, Volume 45, Issue 3, p 355-360.
- Auffarth et al. Stability and Visual Outcomes of the Capsulotomy-Fixated FEMTIS IOL after Automated Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Anterior Capsulotomy. American Journal of Ophthalmology: May 2021,Volume 225, p 27-37.