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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The Pascal Photocoagulator rapidly delivers a customizable laser treatment ranging from a simple single spot in 0.01 sec to a 2-D pattern of 56 spots in 0.6 sec.
In the early 1950s, Zeiss produced a commercially available Xenon arc lamp photocoagulator. This intense treatment was painful and created many complications and adverse conditions.
Recently, the pattern scan laser system (PASCAL[R] Streamline, Topcon Medical Laser systems, Santa Clara, CA, USA) was developed as a novel semiautomatic photocoagulator that delivers single applications of multiple laser burns in a shorter pulse duration of 10-30 ms [10].
Tenders are invited for Acquisition of a photocoagulator laser by protons for the ophthalmology service of the general university hospital "morales meseguer".
Tenders are invited for Procurement of High Power Photocoagulator
Contract notice: Supply, Installation And Commissioning Of A Photocoagulator Multispot Laser For Treating The Retina
Tenders are invited for Supply of Solid State Photocoagulator (Laser) 4 Nos.
The sp-mode[TM] is the latest advancement in LightMed laser photocoagulators, offering an innovative approach to achieving positive clinical outcomes and eliminating laser-induced thermal tissue damage or treatment side effects.