co2 laser in soft tissue surgeries science

Why CO2 laser performs well in soft tissue surgeries

By Peter Vitruk, PhD, MInstP, CPhys | February 2019

Laser surgery is in high demand by pet owners. Thousands of veterinarians around the globe have transitioned to CO2 laser surgery, as it has numerous clinical benefits for patients and brings additional revenues to the practice.

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prolapsed vaginal hyperplasia laser surgery

Removal of prolapsed vaginal hyperplasia

By William E. Schultz, DVM | January 2019

Belle, a two-year, nine-month-old Cane Corso, had a history of a prolapsed vaginal hyperplasia at her last cycle and it repeated at the current cycle. It was decided to remove the prolapsed hyperplastic tissue with the laser.

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Laser Feline Perineal Urethrostomy

Feline Perineal Urethrostomy

By William E. Schultz, DVM | December 2018

Although not as often as in the past, cats still develop urinary obstruction and urethrostomy is necessary. During a conventional scalpel procedure, visualization may be compromised due to hemorrhage from several areas. Therefore, in our clinic, we utilize our Aesculight CO2 laser for this procedure.

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cutting edge co2 laser veterinary

Unauthorized use of Aesculight’s proprietary flexible fibers, handpieces, and laser tips


LightScalpel LLC has just become aware that Cutting Edge Lasers, an importer of CO2 lasers from DEKA, Italy, is equipping DEKA CO2 lasers with LightScalpel’s proprietary Aesculight® brand flexible fibers, handpieces, and laser tips. We believe this is a classic “bait and switch” ploy, as Cutting Edge is not authorized to equip its DEKA lasers with genuine, new Aesculight® brand parts and accessories.

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