Get Great ROI with the Pathfinder Medical Laser
While clinical efficacy, evidence-based research, safety, functionality, and operational effectiveness are paramount in any decision regarding investment in medical technology, the total cost of ownership can have a significant impact in regards to hospital budget constraints and private practice profitability. The high cost of technology-based solutions can also indirectly affect the availability of the treatments.
The revolutionary Pathfinder compact, portable diode medical laser and high-quality optical fiber(s) boast the lowest total cost of ownership and the highest return on investment in its class.
LOWEST Investment Cost of Equipment
The economies of scale of manufacturing this multi-disciplinary diode soft tissue laser are passed on to the market in the form of a lower purchase price compared to alternative laser systems.
LOWEST OVERALL Maintenance Costs
Unlike competitive laser systems, the solid state nature of this high-performance diode laser means it is virtually maintenance-free. While maintenance agreements are available, annual calibration usually is all that is required, and costly monthly laser maintenance contracts can be considered an expense of the past.
LOWEST OVERALL Consumables Cost
At the end of the day, the cost of the fiber represents the single most important differentiator in the cost of the ownership equation. The Pathfinder uses the industry’s most affordable, highest-quality consumables including both lateral/side fire, contact, and end-cutting fibers.
LOWEST OVERALL Cost of Logistics
A key issue for mobilizers or group practices with multiple locations and a significant component of the total cost of ownership is the logistic cost to deliver laser systems to facilities and mobility within the facility. The Pathfinder weighs less than 30Kg and is housed in a portable case, so movement within and between facilities is easy and requires no special vehicles, equipment, or personnel.
One Procedure – One Fiber
The quality of manufacture must be taken into consideration when purchasing surgical lasers, and fibers and the ‘one fiber per procedure’ capability of the Pathfinder fibers means less waste and the best possible ROI.
Time and cost associated with training are minimized with fibers mimicking traditional TURP movements as well as techniques employed by existing laser technologies. Training is included in the purchase price of the unit.