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Clinical Application

Lipolysis Using a 980-nm Diode Laser: A Retrospective Analysis of 534 Procedures

Background The safety and efficacy of the 980-nm diodelaser for laser lipolysis were evaluated in different body areas. Methods From June 2005 to June 2007, 334 subjects underwent laser lipolysis. The treatment was performed using a 980-nm diode laser (OSYRIS, Hellemmes, France). After tumescent anesthesia, a 1-mm-diameter microcannula housing a 600-lm optical fiber was inserted into the subcutaneous fat.

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Semiconductor laser treatment of severe nasal septum

Treatment of severe nasal septal deviation, the surgical method used in the past, cristae of the nasal septum, surgical correction of condylar moment difficult, prone to mucosal perforation. We used high-power semiconductor laser in the treatment of nasal septum peculiar form cristae, moment-like protrusion 95 patients received satisfactory results. These are as follows.

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Nursing and cooperation of palatopharyngeal plasty assisted with high power semiconductor laser

Abstract:High-power semiconductor laser uvulopalatopharyngoplasty in treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, an efficient, less bleeding, reaction, rapid recovery, few complications, is the effective method of 1. In the operation position of the placement, anesthesia induction, recovery of the observations, with surgery, disinfection and maintenance of equipment is to ensure patient safety an important means of operation.

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Therapeutic effects of small fenestra stapedotomy with semiconductor diode laser a comparison with microdrill

Abstr act: Objective To compare the effects of small fenestra stapedotomy with semiconductor diode laser and microdrill in patients with otosclerosis. Methods Twenty-six patients (29 ears) undergoing stapedotomy with semiconductor diode laser and 19 patients (21 ears) with microdrill were compared for the hearing results and complication rates. Results No statistically significant differences were found in postoperative speech frequency and high frequency pure tone average in closing the air-bon

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