photocoagulator


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photocoagulator

[¦fōd·ō·kō′ag·yə‚lād·ər]
(medicine)
An instrument that uses a xenon flash lamp and an associated train of optics to focus an intense beam of light on a detached retina for the purpose of inducing coagulation and a lesion that welds the retina back into position.
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Novus(R) Spectra(TM) Dual-Port - The Lumenis Novus Spectra is an innovative photocoagulator with an extensive set of features that deliver power and reliability with proprietary advancements in diode-pumped solid-state technology.
The PASCAL family of products also includes the PASCAL Photocoagulator, OptiMedica's premier, fully integrated pattern scanning system.
R),the European subsidiary of the Topcon Corporation, a world leader in the manufacturing of optical and electronic instruments, announced today an agreement in which Topcon Europe Medical will become the exclusive distributor of the Pascal(R) Photocoagulator, in key European markets.
OptiMedica's PASCAL Photocoagulator system is currently distributed in major European markets by sister company Topcon Europe Medical.
The PASCAL Photocoagulator provides significantly improved performance for the physician and an enhanced therapeutic experience for the patient.
used the National Instruments LabVIEW FPGA Module and NI intelligent data acquisition (DAQ) devices to create PASCAL, an innovative laser photocoagulator.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- OptiMedica(R) Corporation announces the introduction of a new innovative photocoagulator recently demonstrated at the Macula 2006 Symposium in New York City and the Hawaiian Eye/Retina 2006 Annual Meeting held in Maui.
PK), a global developer, manufacturer and seller of laser and light-based devices for medical, aesthetic, ophthalmic, dental and veterinary applications, announced today that it has received FDA clearance to market the new Novus(R) 3000, a 532 nm diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) photocoagulator.
It broadens the use of the Pascal Photocoagulator for all treatment modalities and situations.
Since then, we have followed with a series of additional sight-preserving milestones, including the "first" laser photocoagulator, laser indirect ophthalmoscope, multicolor photocoagulator, photodynamic therapy laser, selective laser trabeculoplasty system and solid state multicolor laser.
The study demonstrated that the Pascal([R]) photocoagulator offers substantial advantages compared to conventional photocoagulation, including increased speed, precision and patient tolerance.
a leading developer of ophthalmic therapeutic devices, today announced it has received ISO 13485 certification and the Pascal Photocoagulator has received CE Mark approval.