Pioneer in Pattern Scanning Lasers & Gold Standard for Retinal Laser Treatment
PASCAL® scanning laser technology revolutionized laser therapy. The PASCAL® Synthesis™ with new patterns, an improved interface, a 3D controller and a versatile ergonomic table, once again redefines pattern laser therapy. The PASCAL® Synthesis™ dual-port pattern scanning retinal laser is available in both 532 nm and 577 nm wavelengths. With pricing similar to a premium single spot laser system, PASCAL Synthesis will allow fast and effective treatment of retinal disorders using clinically proven pattern-generating technology.
Non-Damaging Laser Therapy of the Macula
Endpoint Mangement is a method of precise control of laser energy relative to titration level. It is particularly important for treatment at low energies. Endpoint Mangement begins with titrating laser power to a barely visible burn, then the clinician selects the percentage of that energy to be delivered to the treatment locations. Endpoint Mangement can be used for both the 532-nm and 577-nm laser wavelengths.
The Endpoint Mangement approach to laser therapy allows the physician to consistently operate in the realm of therapeutic relevance for subvisible treatments. When no burns are visible, the biggest risk becomes lack of therapeutic effect.
PATTERN SCANNING LASER TRABECULOPLASTY (PSLT)
Designed exclusively for PASCAL pattern scanning lasers, Topcon’s Pattern Scanning Laser Trabeculoplasty provides physicians greater levels of precision
The PASCAL Synthesis laser systems offer a multifunctional solution. Physicians can now use their PASCAL Synthesis laser for Glaucoma management along with other conventional procedures.
The scanning technology and precision of PASCAL systems uses a tissue sparing laser delivery modality for laser trabeculoplasty. Pattern Scanning Laser Trabeculoplasty (PSLT) provides rapid, precise, and minimally traumatic (sub-visible) computer-guided treatment with exact abutment of the patterns. The patterns readily align to the trabecular meshwork, allowing faster and easier applications compared to other laser modalities.