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Product Intro

Illuminated retractor system with a low-profile design. Lightweight, anodized aluminum retractors are available in multiple blade sizes and with an attachable extension handle for varying patient anatomies and surgeon preferences.

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Features & Benefits

Designed for Orthopedic Surgeons, Eivector® provides unique benefits including:

  • Advanced ergonomics to accommodate multiple hand positions and seamless cable management
  • Multiple blade sizes for varying patient anatomies and surgeon preferences
  • Optional extension handle for added leverage in varying patient anatomies
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO.
Eivector Standard (138mm x 35mm) H1S
Eivector Standard Short (112mm x 36mm) H1SS
Eivector Wide (138mm x 57mm) H1W
Extension Handle H1E
Waveguide Wide/Flat 104015
Waveguide Wide/Angled 102521
Accessories CATALOG NO.
Single Fiber Optic Cable 10ft FC1S
Bifurcated Fiber Optic Cable 11.5ft FC1B
Sterilization Tray for Fiber Optic Cable Small 110200

Testimonials

“I operate with greater efficiency and surgical precision because I can direct the light where I need it – the light follows me instead of me following the light. I have reduced my surgical time by an average of 15% and experience less operative blood loss. This challenging surgical approach is now easier, quicker and safer when using the Saber with Yankauer – it makes my life easier.”

Hamid Redjal, MD
Orthopedics Surgeon
Joint Replacement Surgery with Specialty in Anterior Approach Hip Replacement and Pelvic/Acetabular Trauma Surgery
Southeast Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center
Cape Girardeau, MO

“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 Intelligent Photonics Technology is a must-have for all my surgical procedures, particularly lumpectomies, and skin and nipple sparing mastectomies. This technology enables me to make a single inframammary incision and clearly visualize deep into the surgical cavity all the way to the axilla. Additionally, it has enabled me to operate proficiently, improving the viability of the breast flap. I have reduced my surgical times while improving patient safety and aesthetic outcomes.”

Beth DuPree, MD FACS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery University of Pennsylvania
Director, Comprehensive Breast Care Surgeons
Medical Director, Breast Health Program
Holy Redeemer Health System