Clinical Leadership Meets Practice Growth The CATALYS® Precision Laser System is specifically engineered to meet your current challenges while priming your practice for the future of cataract surgery. By delivering a purpose-driven combination of outstanding clinical outcomes, immediate practice integration and a premium patient experience, it empowers you to seamlessly elevate your practice today — and seize the opportunities of tomorrow.
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CATALYS® Precision Laser System Patient Interface LIQUID OPTICS Interface: Liquid optical immersion Interface Sizes6 12.0 mm and 14.5 mm Intraocular Pressure Rise 10.3 mmHg7 Imaging Type Full-volume, 3D, high-resolution, streaming optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging Scanning Performs over 10,000 A-scans Laser Engine Femtosecond diode-pumped, solid state laser engine User Interface Touchscreen, guided user interface with on-screen keyboard Approximate System Size6 Width: 0.87 m Length: 1.64 m Weight: 340 kg