Our innovative surgical instruments will be specially designed to improve laryngeal (voice) and airway surgical procedures. In addition, the technology has the potential for use in many other fields. We are currently developing:
A next-generation surgical laser system to replace the 532 nm KTP (Potassium Titanyl Phosphate) laser console with the potential to combine the advantages of photoangiolytic effect of a KTP-Laser and the efficiencies of a CO2-Laser in one surgical laser system.
An innovative fiber line, which is planned to include the only fibers designed to be forwards and backwards compatible with the current AURA XP 532nm KTP lasers and next-generation laser console in development.
The laser fibers for the Aura XP KTP are approaching their end of life. We have compatible fibers available now.
KLF-001-400 .4mm Fiber
KLF-001-600 .6mm Fiber
.4mm EndoStat Laser Fiber -0010-0622
.6mm EndoStat Laser Fiber -0010-0612
InnoVoyce is pleased to announce that we are now selling strippers for both the InnoVoyce KTP .400um Laser Fibers. and InnoVoyce KTP .600um Laser Fibers.
These strippers are designed to be used with the InnoVoyce Fiber part number KLF-001-400 and KLF-001-600.
Our unique, ambulatory device will be designed to allow for unobtrusive monitoring of voice health, better/earlier detection of voice problems and biofeedback for vocal retraining. The new device is planned to feature:
Initially, the system is being developed for clinical use, but our long-term goal is to provide a low-cost consumer version. This version could be especially helpful to professionals who rely on their voices to make a living, such as singers, actors, teachers, lawyers, and salespeople.
Voice Health Tracker
Our bioscience approach is focused on using biomaterials to restore damaged vocal cords. We are developing FDA-authorized biomaterials that can be injected directly into vocal cords and will be primarily used to treat: