Wuhan Dimed Laser Technology Co., Ltd
Dimedlaser - Proffessional Manufacture Of Medical Lasers
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||BERYLAS F+|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||shock resistant and Water -proof case with transport boxes|
|Wavelength:||BERYLAS 810 / 910 / 980nm||Peak Power::||15w / 20w / 30w|
|Operation Mode::||CW, Single Or Repeat Pulse||Pulse Duration::||10us-3s|
|Repetition Rate::||0.2Hz- 50KHz||Pilot Beam::||Red Diode Laser Of 650nm, Power<5mW|
|Control Mode::||True Color Touch Screen||Weight::||2.1Kg|
As growing numbers of veterinary clinicians are beginning to appreciate the many ways in which a laser can benefit their patients and their practice, Dimed has designed a family of fine surgical Diode laser systems that combine state-of-the art laser science with the latest advances in digital technology.
The Dimed laser provides unparalleled precision and control (it is able to remove a single layer of cells, if desired), and yet offers enough power to perform large animal surgeries. An Dimed veterinary laser system can help expand the scope of the veterinary practice – the unique hemostatic properties of the laser beam and the ability to treat previously inaccessible sites allow the clinician to perform procedures that he or she may not have considered practical using conventional scalpel method.
The Dimed Diode laser system is used for incision, excision, vaporization, ablation, and coagulation of soft tissue in various veterinary practice types, such as general small animal practice, as well as specialty and referral practices (dermatology, ENT, ophthalmology and other specialties). Among small animal veterinarians, soft-tissue lasers are used for numerous procedures from neuters and spays to ophthalmic and dental applications and treating “hot spots”. Dimed also has application in ano-uro-genital procedures, orthopedics, oncology, elective procedures (such as spays, neuters, dewclaw removal, etc.) and numerous miscellaneous soft-tissue applications (i.e. abscess drainage, biopsies, lesions removal, lick granuloma, thyroidectomy, and many more).
A rapidly expanding use of the diode technology is in removal of unsightly warts and cysts. Many pet owners were previously reluctant to subject their pets to the trauma of surgery, even for these minor procedures. Now they can be performed quickly and easily, with very little pain.
The clinician can adjust the veterinary laser’s effect on tissue by simply changing the distance between the handpiece tip and the tissue. The tip does not mechanically touch the tissue. When the tip is held just above the surface of the tissue, the laser is ready for incisional work; small blood vessels, capillaries and nerve endings are sealed as the laser beam proceeds along the target. Drawing the tip slightly farther from the surface allows for ablation/vaporization of larger tissue volumes. Moving the tip even farther away enables the coagulation of larger blood vessels.
An intensely hot, precisely focused laser beam instantly vaporizes the tissue while sealing capillaries, small blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerve endings, with excellent clinical outcomes.
The Dimed team has many years of experience designing and building Diode surgical lasers and a reputation for excellence. Dimed’s staff and consultants were instrumental in the creation of the most widely-used diode surgical laser. The Dimed team has used this technical expertise to devise and manufacture its Berylas, Harlas, CHERYLAS and Peralas laser systems. The outcome was an efficient, powerful, precise, and overall excellent surgical laser.
What makes Dimed veterinary lasers outstanding surgical tools? Briefly, Dimed offers the following essential features: