SOLTIVE Premium – SuperPulsed Laser System

This Changes Everything




The SuperPulsed Laser System SOLTIVE Premium is powered by a novel energy source for striking results compared to conventional Holmium YAG. Get used to dusting in half the time. Fragmenting stones relentlessly – with virtually no retropulsion. 1 Precisely cutting through soft tissue and state-of-the-art prostate enucleation, with visibly improved hemostasis. 2

SOLTIVE in Lithotripsy

2x Faster Dusting

Stone dusting in half the time of the leading Holmium YAG laser, and with impressive generation of finer particulate.3

Virtually No Retropulsion

The inherent stone stabilizing effect of SOLTIVE means dramatically reduced retropulsion, less chasing of stone fragments and more control during lithotripsy.1

4x Greater Absorption

The optimum laser wavelength means more energy is transferred to the stone — with more than four times greater absorption than any Holmium YAG system.6

SOLTIVE in BPH and Soft Tissue

Highly Versatile

SOLTIVE can be used for different urological applications and is the solution for surgery centers seeking an all-in-one, cost-effective platform.

Safety and Efficacy for BPH

State-of the-art prostate enucleation, with impressive hemostasis.2

Reduced Thermal Effects

Because it uses lower power for ablation, SOLTIVE may reduce the thermal effects that can cause soft tissue damage and irritative symptoms.4,5

Three Reasons Why Users Believe in SOLTIVE Premium

SOLTIVE Offers Value That Matters

Air-Cooled System

SOLTIVE is cooled by air, resulting in a small footprint and low noise level. No fluid management is required.

Energy Efficiency

SOLTIVE sets new levels of efficiency with reduced energy consumption compared to Ho:YAG lasers.

Low Noise Level

Due to its air-cooled system SOLTIVE has a low noise level.

Standard Wall Outlet

SOLTIVE only requires a standard wall outlet without the need for a special infrastructure in the OR.

Reduced Cost of Ownership

The combination of performance and low service requirements reduces the cost of ownership of SOLTIVE.

Small Footprint

Its small footprint and low weight of only 40 kg allow for easy positioning and portability.

1 At select settings. Data on file compared to LumenisP120.
2 Data on file. Comparative laser system data collected on LumenisP120. Improved hemostasis noted at 365 μm diameter fibers and larger.
3 Data on file. Comparative laser system data collected on Lumenis P120.
4 Molina, Wilson. Comparison of Rapid-Pulse Tm Fiber LASER (RPFL) vs. High-Power 120 W Holmium YAG LASER (Ho:YAG): Stone Ablation Efficiency at the Same Average Power Settings. WCE 2018.
5 Molina, Wilson. Temperature Rise during Laser Lithotripsy: Comparison of Super-Pulse Thulium Fiber Laser (SPTF) vs. High-Power 120 W Holmium YAG Laser (Ho:YAG). AUA 2019.
6 Data on file.

Latest Scientific Publications

  1. 1.The laser of the future: reality and expectations about the new thulium fiber laser—a systematic review Kronenberg, P. and Traxer, O. Transl Androl Urol. 2019 Sep; 8(Suppl 4): S398–S417.
  2. 2.Effect of temporal pulse shape on urinary stone phantom retropulsion rate and ablation efficiency using Holmium:YAG and Super Pulse Thulium Fiber lasers Ventimiglia, E., et al. BJUI (2020)
  3. 3.V01-02 Comprehensive clinical study of super pulse tm fiber laser for treatment of stone disease Traxer, O., et al. Journal of Urology (2019)
  4. 4.Comparison of Dusting and Fragmenting Using the New Super Pulse Thulium Fiber Laser to a 120W Holmium:YAG Laser Chew, B., et al. AUA Annual Meeting, 2019
  5. 5.Thulium fiber laser: the new player for kidney stone treatment? A comparison with Holmium:YAG laser Traxer, O., Keller, E.X World Journal of Urology, 2019
  6. 6.Super Pulse Thulium Fiber Laser Compared to 120W Holmium:YAG Laser: Impact on Retropulsion and Laser Fiber Burn Back Knudsen, B., et al. Journal of Endourology, 2019
  7. 7.Temperature Rise during Laser Lithotripsy: Comparison of Super Pulse Thulium Fiber LASER (SPTF) vs High Power 120W Holmium-YAG LASER (Ho:YAG) Molina, W., et al. th World Congress of Endourology, 2019
  8. 8.A Randomized Trial Comparing The Learning Curve of 3 Endoscopic Enucleation Techniques (HoLEP, ThuFLEP, and MEP) for BPH Using Mentoring Approach—Initial Results Enikeev, D., Glybochko, P. et al. Urology 121 (2018): 51-57
  9. 9.Novel thulium fiber laser for endoscopic enucleation of the prostate: A prospective comparison with conventional transurethral resection of the prostate Enikeev, D., Netsch, C. et al. International Journal of Urology, 26(12), 1138-1143
  10. 10.MP62-10 Monopolar versus laser (thuflep, holep) endoscopic enucleation of the prostate: a single-center experience Enikeev, D., Glybochko, P. et al. The Journal of Urology (2018).
  11. 11.Technical aspects of transurethral thulium laser en bloc resection of bladder cancer Rapoport, Leonid, et al. The Journal of Urology, 2018
  12. 12.Thulium fiber laser en-bloc resection of non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer: First results Enikeev, D., et al. European Urology Open Science, 2020, 19. Jg., S. e78.
  13. 13.PDD-guided thulium fiber laser en-bloc enucleation of bladder tumor Glybochko, P., et al. European Urology Supplements, 2018, 17. Jg., Nr. 2, S. e1967.
  14. 14.Thulium fiber laser en bloc resection of bladder cancer Dymov, Alim, et al. The Journal of Urology, 2018, 199. Jg., Nr. 4.