Project Description




  • SonaStar® is engineered to provide powerful and precise ultrasonic aspiration with maximum control and ease-of-use.
  • SonaStar’s® Dynamic Tissue Response is a combination of internal system responses that combine to preserve nerves and blood vessels while helping to remove tough tissues.
  • Sophisticated electronic circuitry inside the console constantly monitors and adjusts the tip vibration to maximize performance.
  • OsteoSculpt® bone shaver tips are designed to remove hard tissue efficiently with minimal impact to adjacent anatomy.



  • The SonaStar® is an innovation leader in ultrasonic aspiration offering a curved extended handpiece plus a compact, short-straight handpiece, both operating at a powerful 23kHz frequency for quick and efficient removal of hard, dense and calcified tumors.
  • Active process controls within the unit maintain all performance parameters like vibration, irrigation and aspiration at optimum settings.
  • OsteoSculpt® bone shaving technology is designed to enable safe and effortless removal of osseous structures to gain access to the surgical site. Different head sizes offer varying degrees of shaving aggressiveness.



  • SonaStar® offers a wide range of aspiration tips, including straight, short and long, curved extended precision tips (1.1mm) to address most delicate surgical needs including MIS applications.
  • OsteoSculpt® bone shaver tips are designed to remove hard tissue efficiently with minimal impact to adjacent anatomy.



  • Dynamic Tissue Response (DTR) management enables intuitive control over loading characteristics from delicate tumor removal and vessel sparing tissue emulsification to debulking of calcified tumors.
  • A unique “Linear” mode also allows the surgeon maximum control with load adjustments being as intuitive as varying an automobile’s speed with a gas pedal.
  • The SonaStar® convenient, wireless footswitch controls up to four functions: vibration, flush irrigation, coagulation, and coagulation/vibration simultaneously.


  • Ultrasonic aspirators are designed to break up and remove specific soft or hard tissue (bone) during surgical procedures. These devices use mechanical vibration at ultrasonic frequencies while providing suction and/or irrigation to the surgical site.
  • Ultrasonic aspirators typically consist of a main control unit that includes a generator which delivers ultrasound energy, a pump used to supply suction and irrigation as well as a detachable handpiece.
  • The ultrasonic energy is then converted to mechanical vibrations in the handpiece.
  • These vibrations are applied to the soft tissue or bone that the surgeon is intending to remove.
  • Ultrasound surgical aspirators are often the tool of choice for surgeons looking to remove brain tumors and for general surgery procedures such as removing tumors from the liver.



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