Endoscopic Cyclo Photocoagulation (ECP) is a surgical approach to glaucoma management that utilises light, endoscopy and visualised laser application. The ciliary body is viewed by the surgeon from the anterior or posterior segment through a 20 gauge micro endoscope in real time. The target tissues are easily and accurately identified allowing discrete treatment of the pigmented ciliary epithelium tissue with controlled laser ablation, minimising the impact to peripheral non targeted tissue.
Endoscopic vitrectomy, lensectomy and other posterior segment procedures can also be performed using the new 23 gauge endoprobe enhancing the surgical options available to the vitreo retinal surgeon.
E2 Unit- The E2 endo probe system contains a high resolution camera, 175Watt Xenon lamp source and an 810nm diode laser. Video output is via 4 BNC outlets or 1 S video.
300Watt Xenon lamp source available as an option
E4 Unit-The E4 unit endo probe system contains a high resolution camera and a 175Watt Xenon lamp source. The E4 unit will interface with hospitals own 810nm laser. Video output is via 4 BNC outlets or 1 S video