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Bi‑Blade with FreeFlow Infusion

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Experience the Dual-Port Difference

We are constantly seeking new ways to put innovation into your practice, and Bi‑Blade vitrectomy cutter with the complementary FreeFlow infusion system are examples of our dedication to providing a precise and efficient surgical experience.

Stability
15,000 CPM*

With its dual-edge blade, Bi‑Blade vitrectomy cutter doubles the effective cut rate over single-edge vitrectomy cutters, allowing for faster procedures. With the consistent flow provided by the dual-port design, 100% open duty cycle and FreeFlow infusion system, surgeons can feel confident in the ability to shave more closely to a mobile retina, perform dissections and remove intraocular tissues. 

Efficiency 
Up to 230% Faster Flow Rate**

The dual-port design of Bi‑Blade greatly enhances efficiency due to the unique design that allows for cutting without port closure. As the port remains open, Bi‑Blade provides continuous aspiration at all times while cutting. We have reduced the need for a duty cycle while creating a consistent flow rate and continuous holding force.

* Effective cut rate.
**Compared to traditional single-port cutters in BSS on systems in 7500 CPM mode.

Unlock the Potential of Bi‑Blade with FreeFlow Infusion

With a flow rate up to 96% higher than traditional infusion lines*, FreeFlow infusion offers surgeons the opportunity to unlock the potential of the Stellaris Elite/Bi‑Blade combination to perform stable and efficient vitreous removal at up to 15,000 CPM..

  • Pre-loaded on blunt insertion device for ease of installation.
  • Up to 96% higher flow rate than traditional infusion lines*
  • Cap-over design installs over the head of the infusion cannula and is retained in the external groove.
  • Angled infusion line drapes cleanly along the contour of the patient’s face, eliminating the need for a vertical loop.
  • Compatible with Bausch + Lomb titanium cannulas in 23, 25 and 27 gauge.

* 27ga results acquired using water and an infusion pressure of 30mmHg.