Halogen light incorporated with polarized subsurface viewing in an affordable package.
LED light, battery powered for mobility, offering below the skin vision enhancement and reduced glare.
An adaptive device for conventional syringes which provides a much more ergonomic utility.
Precise Sclerotherapy at your fingertips. The SyrEase is an adaptive device for conventional syringes which provides a much more ergonomic utility. It allows for single-handed aspiration and injection and is ergonomically designed for precise needle control. Your hand position remains unchanged during the procedure, and your other hand is free to stabilize the vessel at the injection site.Read More
“The Syris has been my constant companion for decades in all of the laser related activities in which I am involved. It would nto be possible for me to accurately treat patients, particularly those with vascular lesions, without viewing the lesions prior to and during treatment with the brightly lit, magnified and enhanced imaging which Syris affords. Although essential for me with vascular lesions, it’s also very useful for viewing other lesions with color, such as hair or pigmented lesions. I’d be lost without it.”
“The Syris v900L light source was nothing short of splendid. One battery charge lasted over a long day of work and felt comfortable attached to my belt. I look forward to using it in my practice for many years to come.”
“I am really happy with my Syris. Actually I don’t know how anyone who claims to do sclero can justify not using this optical aid. I am a fan …. Well done to your company for filling a niche.”
“As a vascular surgeon, every procedure I do in the hospital, having the proper equipment to do that job is essential. The Syris v900 light is a most essential tool in performing sclerotherapy. More than half the battle with the procedure is being able to see properly what you’re doing, and the Syris light really allows you to see properly how to treat these spider veins and results are infinitely better; cuts out all the glare and really just demonstrates the telangiectasia of the spider veins.”