Setting the standard in treatment versatility and patient care quality
All the YAG procedures — and SLT too
Tango Reflex™ enables you to perform the full range of anterior and posterior YAG laser procedures, including LFT Laser Floater Treatment, as well as SLT Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty for glaucoma.
Tango Reflex’s treatment options comprise
- SLT Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty,
- LFT Laser Floater Treatment (posterior membranectomy),
Switch modes, adjust parameters
Tango Reflex™ allows you to switch between treatment modes at the touch of a button, and its intuitive touchscreen means you can adjust treatment parameters quickly and easily.
Floaters… best ever visualization
Featuring Ellex’s proprietary Reflex Technology™, visualization accuracy and illumination in YAG mode for both on-axis and off-axis has never been better – offering a host of benefits for the safe and effective treatment of floaters. It also enables you to perform HD High Definition capsulotomy.
Images courtesy of Paul I. Singh, MD (USA)
SLT… precision — and beyond
Tango Reflex™ incorporates Ellex’s proprietary SLT technology — providing superior energy control, a sharp-edged aiming beam and the industry’s fastest firing rate of three shots per second. With an enhanced view of the trabecular meshwork, you'll be able to perform SLT procedures faster and more accurately.
YAG… low energy, high efficiency
Tango Reflex’s YAG mode features an Ultra Gaussian spot profile and fast rise time. That means you can perform capsulotomies and iridotomies at lower, more efficient energy levels. With less energy delivered into the eye, you’ll be able to carry out capsulotomies with all types of IOLs and with significantly less risk of lens pitting.
Prevent post-capsulotomy floaters
The benefits of Ellex’s proprietary Reflex™ Technology extend beyond the safe treatment of floaters. Employing TCI™ to identify capsular fragments, which can give rise to subsequent floaters, Tango Reflex™ can be used to vaporize broken pieces of the fragment and help to prevent the common patient complaint of sudden floater development after capsulotomy.