Surgery

Лазер для хирургии

Lasers in Surgery eliminate pain

The use of lasers began in the distant 1960. Since then, of course, much has changed and modern laser surgery to allow you to do most of the previously painful medical procedures virtually imperceptible to the patient.

We all know that many dangerous diseases can be transmitted through the penetration of the virus in the blood. Therefore, every person who is to a serious operation, is very worried about how not to get an infection. However, it lasers in surgery allows for minimizing the risk of infection to the patient and, in addition, significantly reduce blood loss.

Application of laser surgery due to:

  • Possible to carry out precise cutting, vaporization and coagulation of tissues.
  • Reducing the risk of infection and decrease the requirements for anesthetic.
  • Reduce heat surrounding tissue destruction.
  • Powerful biostimulating properties of laser light.
  • Good homeostasis due to the small width of the necrotic zone.
  • The absence of lesions deep tissues and a low threshold power reradiation.

Application of laser surgery allows doctors to carry out complex operations with minimal risk to the patient.

Before the advent of modern methods of treatment, even simple operation has caused a lot of pain in the process, and in the postoperative period. But it was a series of lasers AST used in surgery, minimizes pain and eliminate the need for a potent anesthetic.

Lasers in Surgery operate at different wavelengths, and the right choice of a suitable wavelength radiation allows workers to minimize thermal tissue damage near the sick body.

Advantages of using laser surgery in the postoperative period:

  • Conducting operations without blood
  • Aseptically
  • Slight swelling
  • Minimal pain
  • It reduces the need for large quantities of painkillers
  • Speedy recovery
  • Cosmetic effect at a high level

Application examples:

Tracheobronchial tree:

  • tracheal and bronchial fistulas (interstitial hyperthermia);
  • recanalization obtyuriruyuschih benign and malignant tumors of the trachea and bronchi;

Abdomen:

  • appendectomy;
  • excision of adhesions;
  • cholecystectomy;

    hernia repair;

  • lymph node biopsy;
  • vagotomy;
  • resection of parenchymal organs (liver, spleen, kidney, pancreas);
  • treatment of ovarian cysts;

Gastrointestinal tract:

  • benign, inflammatory and precancerous diseases.


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