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CONSTELLATION® is designed to help you achieve what you’ve never imagined.*
Superior Surgical Versatility with Bevel Tip Design
The Advanced ULTRAVIT® and the HYPERVIT® probes both feature a bevel tip design, which allows for closer proximity to the retina and improved access to the tissue plane for superior surgical versatility.9†
Bevel tip design facilitates improved access to the tissue plane9
Fluidics Stability with IOP control in combination with HYPERVIT® and Advanced ULTRAVIT®13-16
CONSTELLATION® helps you achieve fluidics stability you’ve never imagined in vitrectomy surgeries.
Modern Surgery with NGENUITY® and V-LOCITY® Integration19*
CONSTELLATION® helps you achieve what you’ve never imagined with a modern and simplified surgical workflow.
Supported by World-Class Service Centered on You
1.Alcon Data on File, REF-00405, 2018.
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3.Davison J. Cumulative tip travel and implied followability of longitudinal and torsional phacoemulsification. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2008;34:986-990.
4.Fernández de Castro LE, et al. Bead-flow pattern: quantization of fluid movement during torsional and longitudinal phacoemulsification. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2010;36(6):1018-1023.
5.Alcon Data on File, REF-01981, 2017.
6.Han Y, et al. Heat production: longitudinal versus torsional phacoemulsification. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2009;35:1799-1805.
7.Jun B, Berdahl JP, Kim T. Thermal study of longitudinal and torsional ultrasound phacoemulsification: tracking the temperature of the corneal surface, incision and hand piece. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2010;36(5):832-837.
8.Zacharias J. Thermal characterization of phaco probes operated in torsional and longitudinal modalities using alternative methodologies. ASCRS Presentation. 2011. San Diego, CA.
9.Alcon Data on File, REF-03769, 2017.
10.Alcon Data on File, REF-03559, 2009.
11.Avery R. Single surgeon experience with an enhanced 25+ vitrectomy probe/entry system. ASCRS Poster, 2009.
12.D. Esmaili. Valved Cannula Systems. Retina Today, 2012.
13.Riemann C, et al. Prevention of intraoperative hypotony during vitreoretinal surgery: an instrument comparison. ASCRS. Poster Presentation, 2010.
14.Chu TG, Buboltz DC, Abulon DJ. Comparison of aqueous flow rates with two commercially available vitrectomy systems. ARVO Poster Presentation, 2010.
15.Buboltz DC. New method for evaluating flow rates and intraocular pressures during simulated vitreoretinal surgeries. ARVO Congress Poster Presentations, 2010. Fort Lauderdale, FL.
16.Irannejad A, Tambat S, Abulon DJK. Retropulsion and mass flow of 27-gauge vitrectomy probes: comparison of dual-blade/flat-tipped probes and single-blade/beveled probes. Poster presented at: 18th Congress of the European Society of Retina Specialists; September 20 –23, 2018; Vienna, Austria.
17.Alcon Data on File, REF-00404, 2018.
18.Kaiser P. Advanced vitreous cutter offers duty cycle control. Retinal Physician, 2009.
19.Alcon Data on File, REF-06783, 2008.
20.Alcon Data on File, REF-00389, 2017.
Please refer to relevant product operator’s manual for complete list of indications, contraindications and warnings.