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Ceralas D 980nm Diode Laser

ProductsCeralas D 980nm Diode Laser
Company biolitec, Inc.
Item Ceralas D 980nm Diode Laser
Features 
  • Provides unsurpassed absorption in water and hemoglobin
  • Allows controlled tissue ablation and provides a bloodless field for most surgical procedures
  • Cuts and coagulates optically with negligible collateral tissue damage, charring, and recession
  • Many procedures using the 980nm lasers are pain-free, minimizing or even eliminating the need for anesthesia
  • Compact and portable at 15 pounds and require no special cooling or maintenance
Description biolitecs Ceralas D 980 nm diode laser provides controlled tissue ablation and a clean, bloodless field for most surgical procedures. Unlike other medical lasers, the Ceralas D cuts optically without collateral tissue damage or charring. The Ceralas D laser coagulates blood instantly and seals small blood vessels thereby minimizing inflammation and the usual discomfort that is associated with most surgeries. As a surgical instrument, the Ceralas D laser makes extremely accurate, bloodless incisions. It provides superb hemostasis, allowing doctors a clear view of the operating field and enhancing patient recovery. Post-operative comfort is another advantage over conventional surgical modalities and even other lasers. The Ceralas D reduces the need for anesthetic, minimizes post-operative discomfort, and enhances patient recovery. Also, the laser is often more efficient than traditional surgical procedures, resulting in reduced operating time and increased patient turnover rates. Weighing only 15 pounds, the Ceralas D is user-friendly, compact, and portable making it ideal for inter-office, hospital, surgery center, or nursing home use. Also, biolitecs Ceralas D laser is essentially maintenance-free because it does not require water cooling or parts that need special maintenance.
Info biolitec, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 934-2377
Web site: http://www.biolitec-us.com/default.asp

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