The ACT Laser Surgical Device for Otorhinolaryngology
The combination of good cutting and coagulation properties of laser radiation, as well as the opportunity to work endoscopically, allows the simultaneous treatment of various types of nasopharyngeal pathologies. This feature is relevant due to the fact that most patients have several interrelated ORL diseases, as a rule.
Technically complex, but small in volume and brief laser endoscopic operations in the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, nasopharynx, pharynx, in the mouth of the auditory tube allow sparingly affect the key pathogenesis of combined ORL diseases during a single surgical intervention. This ensures rapid recovery of ORL organs and reduces the likelihood of relapses.
Indications for use:
In the nose area:
chronic hypertrophic rhinitis
chronic purulent maxillary sinusitis
cysts of the maxillary sinuses
synechia and cicatricial atresia of the nasal cavity
In the throat area:
chronic hypertrophic pharyngitis
benign and malignant tumours of the pharynx
In the area of the larynx:
cysts of the vocal folds
polyps and non-specific granulomata
In the ear area:
removal of granulations, polyps and tympanic cavity after chronic otitis
removal of cicatricial stenoses of the external auditory canal
tympanostomy and tympanotomy
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The wide range of power modes and the two wavelengths of the ACT Dual Mini laser make it possible to conduct effective surgical treatment of benign and malignant tumours of the larynx, various neoplasms, chronic purulent maxillary sinusitis and other diseases.
The use of laser methods can dramatically reduce the amount of post-operative oedema, avoid undesirable consequences and reduce the time the patient is in the operating room. Due to the properties of the 980 nm wavelength, fast coagulation is achieved during operations, which allows for operations without haemorrhage.
The advantages of using a laser scalpel compared with the existing methods are:
possibility of outpatient treatment;
the possibility of treating several ORL diseases in the course of a single surgical intervention;
sterilization of purulent wounds;
a significant reduction in the time of operations;
high accuracy of surgical intervention in closed cavities and areas that are not available direct visual control;
good haemostasis, the ability to work on organs with abundant blood supply, conducting operations in patients with blood coagulability disorders.