Get Great ROI on the HYPHO Medical Laser
The HYPHO medical laser comes with a host of fantastic benefits and features, but one of the most attractive aspects of purchasing a HYPHO laser for your practice is the ROI. The HYPHO laser has the lowest investment cost of any comparable holmium laser on the market and costs less to maintain.
LOWEST Investment Cost of Equipment
Innovations in engineering have facilitated a cost-effective design and manufacturing process, enabling the production of the most cost-effective high-performance (up to 8 joules) compact urology laser available on the market today.
LOWEST OVERALL Consumables Cost
Notwithstanding the initial investment in capital equipment, the cost of the fiber represents the single most important differentiator for lasers in the total cost of ownership equation. The HYPHO uses the industry’s most affordable, highest quality consumable fibers ranging in size from 200 – 1,000 µm.
LOWEST OVERALL Maintenance Costs
Lowering maintenance costs means more than just dropping prices. Innovations in engineering enable more cost-effective and efficient processes and reduce the excess cost associated with time and personnel to service your surgical laser. Remote diagnostics can be performed without the requirement to dispatch a technician via real-time remote access which can also facilitate remote software upgrades.
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 logistics cost(s) to deliver laser systems to facilities and mobility within the facility. At less that 53Kg movement within and between facilities is significantly easier than competitive systems.
One Procedure – One Fiber
A key issue for mobilizers, or group practices with multiple locations and a considerable component of the total cost of ownership is the logistics cost(s) to deliver laser systems to facilities and/or mobility within the facility. At less that 53Kg mobility within and between facilities is significantly easier than competitive systems.
Time and cost associated with training are minimized with identical techniques employed by existing laser technologies, and training is included in the purchase price of the unit.