Protect Your Flexible Scope: New Dornier GentleFlex® Holmium Laser Fiber Delivers the Confidence to Glide Through deflected Scopes
September 28, 2016
Wessling, Germany – 28. September 2016 –Dornier MedTech®, a global medical device company, introduced their latest innovation in laser lithotripsy. Known as the Dornier GentleFlex®, this is a specially-designed ball tip fiber. The Dornier GentleFlex® smooths the passage of the laser fiber through a deflected scope. The Dornier GentleFlex® was revealed at the Annual Congress of the German Society for Urology, held from September 28 to October 1 2016, in Leipzig, Germany.
Stones in challenging positions within the urinary tract can be effectively accessed by flexible scopes. If a stone needs to be destroyed, the surgeon locates the stone via a scope and then inserts a laser fiber through the working channel of the scope, so that the laser light can be directly emitted to the stone. Standard flat tip fibers can scrape and puncture the inner lining of a deflected scope resulting in costly scope repair. Therefore the scope must be straightened before passing the fiber. This increases the procedure time and makes it more challenging for the surgeon. Therefore, Dornier’s engineers designed and developed a special ball tip fiber that can glide through a fully deflected scope in one easy, non-damaging step.
“The Dornier GentleFlex® is the second laser innovation that Dornier has brought to market in the last 6 months, following after the Dornier Heatflex® that was launched earlier this year. Dornier Medtech® is focused on creating innovative technologies that provide urologists safe, flexible, versatile and durable options to improve ease of use and handling of medical equipment,” said Abel Ang, CEO of Dornier MedTech®.
Additionally, the GentleFlex® holmium laser fiber, one of the Dornier Flex Fiber family, is specially designed to optimize the results of the Dornier holmium lasers Medilas H Solvo® and UroPulse™ to reach the highest level of patient care. They provide the best optical and mechanical connection between the fiber and laser systems’ proprietary parameters.
“Dornier is excited to now offer a complete line of fibers for Dornier lasers which optimizes the function and safety of both the laser and the fiber.” said Mary Butler, CTO and vice president product management at Dornier MedTech®. “Made for Dornier by Dornier is the best choice for compatibility and performance.”
For additional information about Dornier GentleFlex®, please contact Bernadette von Wittern at +49 8153 888 613 or email@example.com.
About Dornier MedTech – Dornier MedTech, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accuron Medical Technology group (www.accuron.com), is a medical device company focused on providing leading technology and improving life by delivering scientifically superior products and solutions to physicians and patients involved in urological care. As pioneers of the lithotripsy and a variety of surgical lasers, Dornier’s 40 years of innovation and service has made it one of the most trusted MedTech companies in the industry. Dornier MedTech is headquartered in Munich, Germany with offices and distributors all over the world. For more information, visit www.dornier.com.
About the Accuron Medical Technology Group – The Accuron Medical Technology Group is a privately owned by Temasek Holdings, through the business of Dornier MedTech GmbH, Veredus Laboratories and Advanced Materials Technologies Pte Ltd, provide therapeutic, diagnostic, and medical device manufacturing solutions to customers around the globe. Veredus Laboratories Pte Ltd, specializes in the development, manufacture, and marketing of innovative molecular diagnostic solutions in the clinical, specialty, and custom testing markets based on a proprietary Lab-on-Chip platform. Advanced Materials Technologies Pte Ltd serves the contract manufacturing needs of the medical technology sector through providing materials expertise and high precision engineering capabilities.
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