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Product Intro

Illuminated retractor system with a low-profile design. Self-retracting handle enables either hands-free or manual retraction. Optimally designed for anterior neck approaches, including thyroid and cervical spine surgeries.

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Features & Benefits

Designed for Endocrine, Head and Neck, and Spine Surgery, the Eika™ provides unique benefits including:

  • Self-retracting handle design enables hands-free or manual retraction
  • Multiple blade sizes for varying patient anatomies and surgeon preferences
  • Handle slot for ideal cable management
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO.
Eika Retractors
30mm (30mm x 12mm) 111414
50mm (50mm x 12mm) 111413
Waveguide  Narrow/Flat 104008
Waveguide  Narrow/Angled 104001
Accessories CATALOG NO.
Single Fiber Optic Cable 10ft FC1S
Sterilization Tray for Fiber Optic Cable Small 110200

Testimonials

“The Invuity Eika illuminated minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid self-retracting technology has revolutionized our field of endocrine surgery.  It allows for smaller incisions while improving surgical efficiency and safety.  It provides superior visualization of vital structures, and has reduced operating times, improved patient outcomes, and decreased overall costs of the procedure.  I would not do a case without this technology.”

James K. Bredenkamp, MD, FACS
Head & Neck Associates of Orange County
Chief of Surgery, Mission Regional and Trauma Med Ctr.
Director, St. Joseph and Hoag Head & Neck Oncology & Endocrine Center

“I have noted a dramatic improvement in operative field visibility with Invuity’s Intelligent Photonics technology. This technology allows me and my assistant to see clearly without the need for a headlight, which makes me more efficient and improves safety.”

James Bruffey, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon
Scripps Health Care
La Jolla, CA

“Invuity’s Saber handheld illuminator with Frazier suction enables me to more efficiently achieve rapid hemostasis during cervical and lumbar spine surgery. I’m able to direct its light precisely where it is needed to quickly locate and control bleeders especially in far lateral recesses and deep surgical cavities. Since using the Eigr Saber I have seen a significant decrease in blood loss due to its superior illumination within the incision.”

Eric J. Woodard, MD
Chief, Neurosurgery at New England Baptist Hospital
Formerly Chief, Division of Spinal Surgery
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School