Georgia Urology‘s Dr. John Stites offers new kidney stone treatment using Moses 2.0 holmium laser technology.
“After gaining extensive experience with the new device, I’m impressed with its speed and effectiveness,” says Dr. Stites, who has been using the Moses 2.0 on patients with extremely large kidney stones. “It’s easier to use, and can shorten the operative time and recovery period for patients while improving safety for the patients and surgical team.”
The Moses 2.0 can reach the highest hertz settings of any holmium laser, making it the most effective urologic laser across several progressive treatment capabilities. This includes lithotripsy of the kidney, ureteral, and bladder stones. Its FDA approval allows Dr. Stites to participate in the laser’s clinical trials, which Boston Scientific coordinates.
“I’m honored to help introduce the latest technology to metro Atlanta,” Dr. Stites explains, “but I’m most excited to offer an effective and safe option for patients who are usually limited to procedures with a greater risk of complication, and a longer, often more painful recovery period.”