Wuhan Dimed Laser Technology Co., Ltd
Dimedlaser - Proffessional Manufacture Of Medical Lasers
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Aluminum wheel case with carton box|
|Delivery Time:||two weeks|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50units per month|
|Laser Type:||GaAlAs Diode Laser||Maximum Power:||10W / 15W|
Diode Laser - Hemorrhoid Treatment Laser - Laser hemorrhoids coagulation
Hemorrhoids are one of the most common ailments known. Approximately 75% of people will have hemorrhoids at some point in their life. Hemorrhoids are most common among adults aged 45 to 65. Hemorrhoids are also very common in pregnant women. If you suspect hemorrhoids, you should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by a physician for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan and to exclude a serious illness or condition. Hemorrhoids are just one of many causes for rectal bleeding and lesions around the anus that need evaluation.
Laser Treatment fot Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids are a very common and bothersome problem affect three out of four people during their lives. This accounts for millions of doctor visits each year with complaints related to hemorrhoids. Laser hemorrhoids coagulation, is a minimally invasive, procedure used to treat hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are veins in your anal area that have become swollen or inflamed. They easily are irritated because of their location, making them prone to bleeding, itching and infection.
While there are many techniques for eliminating problem hemorrhoids, Laser hemorrhoids coagulation has been shown to be effective and fast acting. Laser hemorrhoids treatments use infrared light. Laser hemorrhoids coagulation is conducted on an outpatient basis in the doctor’s office.
What is Laser hemorrhoids coagulation
Infrared Coagulation (IRC) has quickly become the most widely used office treatment for hemorrhoids and is preferred over other methods because it is fast, well-tolerated by patients, and virtually problem-free. A small probe contacts the area above the hemorrhoid, exposing the tissue to a burst of infrared light for about one second. This coagulates the veins above the hemorrhoid causing it to shrink and recede. A hemorrhoid is a large vein, which drains many small veins. Blood flowing from these veins keeps the hemorrhoid full of blood and swollen. This leads to bleeding and pain. Since the hemorrhoids are located in an area that is full of sensitive nerve endings, it is too painful to coagulate the hemorrhoids directly. Fortunately, the small veins that feed the hemorrhoids lie in an area that has very few nerve endings and very little feeling. With IRC, your doctor can take advantage of this fact by going above the hemorrhoids and destroying these small veins. In this way, the pain sensitive area is avoided. Destroying these small veins stops the flow of blood to the hemorrhoids just like blocking a river will dry up a lake.
Why You May Need Laser hemorrhoids coagulation
Laser coagulation can be used to treat small- and medium-sized hemorrhoids. If you’re suffering from irritating internal hemorrhoids that continue to cause pain, bleeding and other symptoms not responding to conservative management, Laser coagulation treatment might be the answer.
How is Laser coagulation performed? Is it Painful?
Laser coagulation is usually covered by most insurances, and you won’t need an overnight stay in a hospital. Laser coagulation is more effective than sclerotherapy, and it works faster than rubber band ligation.
Laser Coagulation Preparations
In most cases, there is no preparation necessary. The physician will need to examine you to decide on the ideal treatment plan in your case.
Laser Coagulation Procedure
During the Laser hemorrhoids coagulation procedure, doctor uses a handheld device that creates an intense beam of infrared light. A small probe makes contact with the skin above the hemorrhoid, exposing the tissue to a quick pulse of infrared light. The heat from the infrared light burns the tightly targeted area, coagulating the vein above the hemorrhoid.
The resulting scar tissue cuts off the blood supply to the hemorrhoid. This causes the hemorrhoid to shrink and die. A scar forms on the wall of your anal canal where the hemorrhoid was located. As an added benefit, the scar tissue acts to hold nearby veins in place so they don’t bulge into the anal canal and become hemorrhoids.