OmniGuide CO2 Laser

OmniGuide IntelliguideCO2 Laser

Energy Redefined for Robotics in Gynecology

The OmniGuide CO2 Laser System is able to provide precise tissue cutting and ablation for surgical procedures involving work around delicate anatomy.

OmniGuide Intelliguide Laser System


Predictable and Precise Tissue Interaction

CO2 laser energy is highly absorbed in water and cuts tissue by vaporizing the water content of cells at the tissue surface. High absorption of CO2 laser energy in water leads to a predictable and controlled tissue interaction with a thermal effect of approximately 150 microns.1  Electrosurgical energy relies on tissue conductivity, causing a less predictable thermal spread and a tissue effect that is approximately 10x greater.

Controlled Depth of Penetration

The BeamPath® System features a divergent beam, allowing the surgeon to easily control the depth of penetration by adjusting the distance to the tissue. Hemostatic cutting is achieved at close distances, while ablation and coagulation is achieved at distances farther away.


The BeamPath® GYN system provides Gynecologists with the energy they can trust for safe and complete disease removal. The device allows the surgeon to operate with confidence near delicate anatomy by providing minimally invasive access, precise and predictable tissue interaction, and the micron-level thermal spread of CO2 laser energy.

Clinical applications of CO2 laser energy have historically been limited due to cumbersome set-up of line-of-sight systems and difficulty in obtaining sufficient anatomical access. OmniGuide Surgical has overcome these limitations by introducing BeamPath fibers, a breakthrough technology enabling the delivery of CO2 laser in an easy-to-use, flexible fiber form. The revolutionary Intelliguide™ Laser System places CO2 laser energy into your hands in an intuitive design that allows for improved access, increased precision and greater control in and around complex anatomical structures.

Surgical Specialties Include:

  • Gynecology
  • Head & Neck
  • Otolaryngology
  • Otology
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