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Product Intro

Handheld illuminator incorporated in a traditional Yankauer suction platform. This innovative device provides on-field illumination, aspiration, smoke evacuation, soft tissue retraction and blunt dissection in one device. Low profile design enables surgeons to work efficiently in deep, dark cavities through small incisions.

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Features & Benefits

Designed for Spine, Orthopedic, and Neuro Surgery, PhotonSaber™ Y provides unique benefits including:

  • All-in-one illumination and suction
  • Multiple tip configurations (bulb, fin, taper and metal) to accommodate various procedural and anatomical needs
  • Accommodates multiple hand positions with optional pistol grip to optimize ergonomics
  • Directs light exactly where and when it is needed
  • Versatile instrument that provides illumination, aspiration, smoke evacuation, soft tissue retraction and blunt dissection in one device.
Products-Yankaur
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO.
PhotonSaber™ Y Bulb Tip ES1Y
PhotonSaber™ Y Fin Tip ES2Y
PhotonSaber™ Y Taper Tip ES3Y
PhotonSaber™ Y Metal Tip ES4Y
Accessories CATALOG NO.
Single Fiber Optic Cable 10ft FC1S
Sterilization Tray for Fiber Optic Cable Small 110200

Testimonials

“Invuity has effectively married two critical technologies and addressed a pressing clinical need of visualization. The PhotonSaber™ Y is one of the most significant technological advancements in orthopaedic surgery this year.”

Herrick J. Siegel, MD
Professor of Surgery and
Head of Orthopaedic Oncology
UAB Medical Center, Birmingham, AL

“Invuity’s illumination technology enables me to do what I do when performing nipple sparing mastectomies and oncoplastic breast conservation procedures.  It makes all the difference.”

Sunny Mitchell, MD
White Plains Hospital
White Plains, NY

“The Invuity illuminated retractors are a must for anyone looking to do nipple sparing mastectomies. I feel we can save significant amounts of surgical time since we can see better without the worry of burn injury or fire hazard often found with fiber optic light.”

Rache Simmons, MD
New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
Past President, American Society of Breast Surgeons
Chief of Breast Surgery
Professor of Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College
Edwin C. Weiskopf Professor of Surgical Oncology New York, NY