Nidek Green Scan Laser Photocoagulator GYC-500 / VixiNidek
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- Lightweight and compact design
- 5.7-inch color LCD with touchscreen control box
- Stable and reliable green laser
- Multiple scan patterns
- Auto Forward
- Wide range of selectable delivery units
Lightweight and compact design
This multifunction laser is housed in a small console. The space-saving design allows portability to virtually any room. The GYC-500 can be integrated into the NIDEK CV-30000, ophthalmic surgical system.
5.7-inch color LCD with touchscreen control box
An intuitive graphic user interface and easy-to-read touch screen color LCD allows quick and easy setup along with verification of the scan pattern and treatment parameters.
Stable and reliable green laser
The GYC-500 Vixi / GYC-500 ensures stable laser output by using a solid state laser. Two cooling fans in the console maintain the correct internal temperature.
Multiple scan patterns (available for GYC-500 Vixi)
Incorporating Vixi, scan delivery units, into the GYC-500 enables laser treatments with various scan patterns.
There are 22 preprogrammed scan patterns to allow treatment of varying retinal pathologies.
The GYC-500 Vixi enhances treatment efficiency and reduces patient chair time.
Auto forward (available for GYC-500 Vixi)
Once photocoagulation is completed in one region, the GYC-500 Vixi allows automated advancement to the next region for delivery of the next scan pattern during photocoagulation. This feature allows the surgeon to concentrate on focus adjustment.
Repeat mode with the auto forward function enables consecutive regions to undergo photocoagulation on a selected path without repeatedly pressing the foot switch.
The treatment area can be confirmed by selecting the "Pos" (Position) button which displays each corner of the emission area on the patient's eye with the aiming light.
*The auto forward function is available for the equal space (2v2, 3v3, 4v4) and the square (2x2, 3x3, 4x4) patterns. The number of times auto-forwarding can occur differs depending on the scan pattern, spot size, and spacing.