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CAO Group Launches New Pilot Diode Laser System
Date:11/4/2013

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CAO Group, Inc. (CAO), a world-leading, high-technology laser company, announces the launch of its new 9W Pilot™ Diode Laser, an innovative surgical and pain therapy system for veterinarians.

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The new Pilot Diode Laser, with 9 watts of constant power, is designed with state-of-the-art laser technology and features interchangeable surgical and pain therapy hand pieces. This comprehensive laser system includes a pain therapy hand piece, designed to stimulate circulation and ease pain, and a surgical hand piece for daily surgical procedures. It is also equipped with a fixed (permanent) fiber cartridge. The flexibility of the fixed-fiber design provides adaptable positioning, making the Pilot extremely easy to maneuver and navigate while in use. 

"Our new Pilot Diode Laser is the result of combining advanced technology with our research in working with veterinarians to provide the most effective method for quicker healing and less invasive surgeries for animals at a significantly lower cost," said Densen Cao, CEO and founder of CAO. 

The Pilot Diode Laser, with its surgical hand piece, is a highly functioning laser that performs common surgeries, including declawing, neutering/spaying, gingivectomy and other soft-tissue procedures. When used in surgical procedures, the Pilot Diode Laser avoids the difficulties of scalpel use, such as bleeding, swelling, infection and pain. At the highest settings, the Pilot is a superior surgical instrument that handles similarly to a scalpel. Additionally, the Pilot is the first diode veterinary laser system to include sterilized, disposable fiber tips for every surgical procedure.

When equipped with the therapy hand piece, the Pilot Diode Laser provides penetrating heat that stimulates circulation in soft tissue, and relieves joint and muscle pain.  On its lowest settings, the Pilot is gentle enough to use for bio-stimulation, hemostatis, decontamination, otitis externa and periodontal treatments.

For more information about the Pilot Diode Laser, visit http://www.caogroup.com/Veterinary.

About CAO Group, Inc.
CAO Group, Inc. (CAO), is a world-leading, high-technology company that develops veterinary, dental, medical and forensic products and solutions. CAO is a leading innovator in technology with more than 150 issued and pending patents for its products, which focus on methods and results that are easier, faster and better. CAO Group, which was founded in 2000 by Dr. Densen Cao, is headquartered in West Jordan (Salt Lake City), Utah. For more information, visit the CAO website at www.CAOGroup.com.


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