Lumenis and urologists highlight utilities for holmium laser platform

Medical laser maker Lumenis (Yokneam, Israel) is hosting an educational symposium and instructive workshop series in collaboration with nationally distinguished urologists at the American Urological Association's (AUA) 2015 Annual Meeting, being held May 15-19, 2015, in New Orleans, LA.

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The educational symposium will feature speaker Marc Beaghler, MD, MPH, Urological Surgery & Pediatric Urology Specialist of San Buenaventura Urology Center, who will talk about benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH; also known as vaporization of the prostate) with the Lumenis Pulse 120H holmium laser platform and Xpeeda fiber, and speaker Khurshid Ghani, MBChB, Assistant Professor, Urology of the University of Michigan, who will talk about the stone-dusting technique for renal and ureteral stones.

The Pulse 120H system delivers 120 W of optical power and is accompanied by a range of fibers and accessories that offer optimal energy utilization and accelerated procedure time, along with a pulse reshaping technology that results in improved hemostasis.

Lumenis will be exhibiting at booth #1317 throughout AUA. For more information, please visit www.lumenis.com.

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