The possibility of using two-wave devices that provide independently adjustable generation of radiation at wavelengths of 0.97 and 1.55 microns, allowing effective implementation of both EVLT for varicose veins and transdermal laser treatment for cutaneous vascular pathology.
Surgical laser methods are very effective in the treatment of proctologic diseases.
Proctologic diseases such as rectal polyps, hemorrhoids, etc. are treated with laser radiation at a wavelength of 1.94 microns, which is very effective in the treatment of proctologic diseases.
High power of radiation (up to 30 W) with a wavelength of 0.97 microns at the output of a thin working light guide made it possible to create highly effective methods of treatment of osteomyelitis, non-healed fractures and other similar diseases, based on bone perforation by laser irradiation.
Treatment of intervertebral disc pathologies with laser radiation can be performed by minimally invasive puncture methods in a day care center. When intervertebral discs are exposed to laser radiation, stimulation of cartilage regeneration process has been noted, which improves the results of treatment.
Laser devices with a wavelength of 0.97 microns in gynecology can increase the effectiveness of treatment, reduce the likelihood of complications and recurrences, reduce pain and reduce the patient's incapacity.
The possibility of performing precise, strictly dosed manipulations allows us to develop organ-saving surgeries, for example, instead of removing adenoids we can limit ourselves to partial removal of connective tissue, form channels in adenoids for outflow of fluid, thus saving this organ, which plays an important role in providing immunity.
When using laser radiation in the range of 1.4-1.6 microns, collagen and elastin fibers are reduced, triggering processes that cause tissue tightening and the disappearance of wrinkles. Today, the most popular are fractional methods that use laser radiation on specific areas of the biotissue.
Laser devices are designed for a wide range of soft-tissue procedures in the oral cavity. Maximum absorption of laser energy by hemoglobin and hemoglobin oxide promotes excellent hemostasis - this is one of the main advantages of laser devices with wavelengths of 0.97 and 1.94 microns.
Nowadays, we can say that lasers have confidently entered the clinical practice of coronary heart disease treatment bymyocardial laser revascularization. Such operations are combined with aortocoronary bypass surgery.