Four treatment modalities in a single laser
Featuring an intuitive tablet user-interface, the new Tango Reflex from Ellex allows you to perform the full range of anterior and posterior YAG laser procedures, as well as SLT, with greater precision and clinical efficacy.
Pattern Scanning Laser
Integre Pro Scan combines multi-colour photocoagulation with pattern scanning in a unique all-in-one laser and slit lamp design. It has the added benefit of greater treatment consistency, shot-to-shot.
THE multi-modality YAG laser from Ellex
The Ultra Q Reflex is designed for capsulotomy with new generation IOLs, peripheral iridotomy for glaucoma and laser vitreolysis for the treatment of floaters.
Ground breaking SLT & YAG modes
The Tango is the world’s fastest SLT and YAG laser. It combines a full SLT laser with a precise YAG laser, designed to perform capsulotomy and iridotomy treatments at ultra-low energy levels.
Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy
The 2RT laser is a specially designed Q-switched, frequency doubled Nd:YAG (green) with a wavelength of 532 nm. It offers a breakthrough laser therapy which has the potential to positively influence the lives of millions of people suffering from retinal disease, including Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
Leading-edge ophthalmic lasers
Ellex is committed to pioneering integrated medical technologies that help medical professionals to better diagnose and treat patients. Since 1985 Ellex has manufactured and distributed leading-edge ophthalmic lasers for use in the fight against blindness. The Ellex laser product range covers a range of procedures/treatment, including; SLT, capsulotomy, vitreolysis and photocoagulation.
A comprehensive and extensive laser portfolio is available, equipment includes the; Tango SLT, Ultra Q and Ultra Q Reflex and the Integre Pro and Integre Pro Scan. The latest addition to the portfolio is the 2RT, a specially-designed Q-switched, frequency-doubled green Nd:YAG laser which provides the latest advancement in the treatment of retinal disease.
Tango combines a full-featured SLT laser with a powerful, precise YAG laser, helping you to better manage both OAG and ACG patients, while also providing a highly effective solution for capsulotomy procedures.
Featuring a proprietary, patented dual-mode laser cavity, which allows you to instantly – and reliably – switch between SLT and YAG modes, combined with a custom-designed power supply that maintains optimum system stability for greater shot-to-shot consistency, Tango allows you to perform SLT and YAG treatments with improved accuracy and greater efficacy over the long-term.
The Tango Reflex combines multiple treatment platforms in a single laser system; SLT for glaucoma, laser vitreolysis for floaters and capsulotomy and iridotomy treatments. Designed for greater efficiency, Tango Reflex allows you to instantly switch between treatment modes at the touch of a button. An intuitive touchscreen interface permits quick and easy adjustment of all treatment parameters.
Considered to be the industry’s leading microsurgical YAG laser, Ultra Q features a patented, proprietary cavity and a custom power supply, which allow you to perform capsulotomy and iridotomy procedures at lower, more efficient power levels and with greater shot-to-shot consistency. It is also the world’s fastest YAG laser, with a firing rate of 3 shots per second.
Ultra Q Reflex
The Ultra Q Reflex is the only YAG laser designed to perform both anterior and posterior YAG treatments – and is ideally suited for the treatment of vitreous strands and opacities.
Ultra Q Reflex’s proprietary slit lamp illumination tower design converges the operator’s vision, the target illumination and the treatment beam onto the same optical path, and focuses them to the same optical plane – minimising the potential for focusing errors and the risk of damage to the natural lens or the retina. This makes Ultra Q Reflex ideal for targeting vitreous strands and opacities.
Featuring Ellex’s proprietary Ultra Gaussian spot profile and fast rise time, with Ultra Q Reflex you can perform capsulotomy and iridotomy procedures at lower, more efficient power levels – and with a reduced risk of side effects such as lens pitting, retinal thickening, increased IOP or collateral damage to surrounding structures
The all-in-one laser/slit lamp design of Integre Pro features a purpose-built slit lamp optimised for use in the posterior segment.
Not only does this provide better depth perception, but it also offers optimum illumination of the fundus and a wider peripheral view.
Additionally, Integre Pro’s treatment laser delivers a uniform energy distribution across the full diameter of the spot, from the beginning to the end of exposure – ensuring consistently better performance in the treatment of retinal disease.
Integre Pro Scan
Whether accurately positioning focal treatment in the macular area, or performing PRP in the periphery, Integre Pro Scan provides a pattern and wavelength for every pathology.
The Integre Pro Scan system offers a comprehensive array of pattern combinations: shape, size, and rotation can be fully customised in order to best meet your clinical requirements. Patterns of up to 16 spots can be delivered sequentially, as well as single spots. In addition, the system’s computer-controlled operation ensures precise pattern spacing and consistent shaping of laser spots and patterns for more accurate, consistent treatment results.
Integre Pro Scan also provides a number of wavelength configurations, including two dual-wavelength configurations.
A non-thermal laser therapy, Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy (2RT) stimulates a natural, biological healing response in patients with early Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Clinically Significant Macular Edema (CSME).
Clinical and scientific studies have demonstrated the ability of 2RT to improve retinal function and to halt or delay the degenerative processes that cause retinal disease.
Unlike conventional retinal photocoagulation, which can cause permanent collateral damage to the sensitive structures of the eye, 2RT protects the retina from thermal damage. It also offers the potential to apply treatment earlier in the disease process with the aim of slowing retinal degeneration, thereby eliminating or delaying the risk of vision-threatening complications associated with late-stage retinal disease.