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Phototherapy/Surgical Units, Multiple Modality Light Source

Definition : Systems that combine lasers, lamps, and light emitting diode (LEDs) units and are designed to provide surgical and phototherapy treatments. These systems usually consist of: (1) a central unit (console) that includes the power supply, controls, and switches for the operation of the system; (2) several units intended to deliver the independent or combined treatments (e.g., lamps, LEDs, and Nd:YAG, Er:YAG Lasers); and (3) dedicated handpieces used to deliver energy from particular units to the patient. The combined system is intended for general and plastic surgery and also for a variety of dermatologic treatments such as benign vascular lesions, psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema, warts, and scars; they are also used for hair and tattoo removal.

Entry Terms : "Surgical Lasers" , "Fluorescent Lamp Phototherapy/Surgical Units" , "Laser Phototherapy/Surgical Units" , "Light Emitting Diode (LED) Phototherapy/Surgical Units" , "Multi Light Source Phototherapy Units" , "Multiple Modality Light Source Units" , "Phototherapy/Surgical Systems, Laser/LED" , "Phototherapy/Surgical Units, Laser/LED/Fluorescence, Dermatology" , "Surgical Multi Light Source Units"

UMDC code : 32730

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Cutera

Company Type: Parent

Cutera was established in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1998 to develop, manufacture, market and sell laser and light based medical devices. Prior to Cutera, the founding engineers pioneered both CO2 and Nd:YAG lasers today both well established wavelengths in the science of aesthetic lasers.

Ushio America Inc

Company Type: Parent

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