Wuhan Dimed Laser Technology Co., Ltd
Dimedlaser - Proffessional Manufacture Of Medical Lasers
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Waterproof aluminum wheel case with carton box|
|Delivery Time:||About two weeks after payment|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50units per month|
|Laser Type:||GaAlAs Diode Laser||Wavelength:||980nm|
|Maximum Power:||15W/20W||Operation Mode:||CW, Single Or Repeat Pulse|
|Package:||Aluminum Wheel Case|
Diode Podiatry Laser - Treatment for Viral Infection / Plantar Warts / Solitary Warts / Mosaic Warts
Warts are a painful, highly contagious and often difficult to manage skin infections that are regularly seen on the feet of patients of all ages and walks of life.
They are often referred to as verruca, plantar warts and papillomas and are frequently mistaken for other conditions such as corns or calluses which are caused by friction and not an infection. Warts are caused by a viral infection from the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Science knows of approximately 120 different types of HPV but only nine are known to infect the skin of the human foot.
Warts appear on the foot in two major variations, singular and mosaic, this being determined by the type of HPV that has infected the skin cells. It is accepted that small breaks in the skin’s outer layer (epidermis), usually caused by micro-trauma, allow the virus to invade the cell nucleus of those cells that make our skin and effectively hijack their DNA. These cells then stop producing normal skin and make what we see as “wart tissue”.
Both forms of warts are painful, both forms spread and both forms are contagious. Singular warts however tend to more painful when they override weight-bearing areas on the sole of the foot. Children, especially teenagers, tend to be more susceptible to warts than adults whilst some people seem to be immune to the virus. It is thought that a combination of softer skin that breaks more easily combined with children’s greater exposure to places where this type of virus will spread such as swimming pools, locker rooms, school camps and shared showering facilities make this so.
Singular plantar warts are usually an orderly shape, circular or ovoid, with a well demarcated edge whilst the mosaic variety vary dramatically depending on the number of separate warts that exist inside the conglomerate. It is not unusual for a mosaic wart to have 150-200 separate warts within its boundary. Skin lines will always cease at the edge of a wart and it is common for small black pinpoints to appear in the central mass of the wart, these represent strangled or thrombosed capillaries and not the roots of the wart. Singular plantar warts always produce pain when subjected to lateral or “side-side” finger pressure, unlike corns which are more irritated with direct pressure.
Warts of all varieties are too often left untreated. A single wart can grow to a size of 15-20 mm or more in a relatively short period time. The most common reasons for this are a combination of misdiagnosis and poor management.
Laser Treatment for Warts
Warts are managed numerous different ways and no one treatment has the answers to all cases. Recently there has been a significant scientific breakthrough in the treatment of warts - Laser for the safe and effective treatment of warts.
How does the Laser work?
When used to treat warts, the laser light is absorbed by the blood vessels inside the wart and their blood flow is shut down. Without a blood supply the wart simply dies.
Whilst treatment of larger or multiple warts can be moderately painful, local anaesthesia can be employed to provide a pain free application.
Solitary Warts Treatment
The PERALAS laser is commonly used as a final step in procedure, to accurately burn remaining tissue/ leftover infected cells; the laser intense power is able to vaporize viruses and destroy infected cells.
The PERALAS laser advantage is that it doesn’t cause extensive tissue damage, it’s precision optical hand pieces are designed to target only very small areas and allow for superior precision and minimal tissue damage (as well as faster healing).
Mosaic Warts Treatment
Coagulation is a non-ablative treatment, achieved by applying focused laser radiation, which dry the wart by coagulating its capillaries; laser radiation eradicate the Papilloma virus, since laser radiation causes intense heat at a sub dermis level.The dried tissue will separate from the healthy tissue underneath and fall off during the following days. In some cases blistering may appear, which promote the healing process.
|Laser Type||GaAlAs Diode Laser|
|Maximum Power||9W/ 15W/ 20W|
|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|
|Transmission System||Medical Fibers 400nm With SMA905 Connector|