We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Veterinary Special Issue of the Journal of the American Laser Study Club is now available for no charge, as a download for members (or…
We interviewed six Aesculight and VetScalpel CO2 laser veterinarians and asked them what they thought about our surgical lasers. Watch this video and find out what they had to say and see some video clips of our lasers in action.
Using a CO2 laser for oral surgery is a revolutionary concept today just as using digital imaging instead of emulsion technology was 20 years ago. It can be difficult to imagine going back to using chemistries to process radiographs, and it may be just as difficult to imagine using cold, hard steel for oral surgery instead of using a CO2 laser for oral surgery!
By Noel Berger, DVM, MS; Martin Kaplan, DMD; and Peter Vitruk, PhD For The Education Center Originally Published In Veterinary Practice News, September 2018 –Download as a PDF Surgical lasers…
“Laser Surgery in Veterinary Medicine” is an essential resource for anyone using surgical lasers in veterinary medicine, including veterinary students, practitioners, and specialists.
This article shows a successful cherry eye procedure using a CO2 laser in a modified version of Morgan’s (1993) pocket technique that has a reported 95 percent success rate. This is one more adaptation of a surgical CO2 laser used in an accepted surgical technique that improves upon existing surgical standards to provide even better patient care.
Three months prior to the surgery described here, a 10-year-old female spayed tortoiseshell cat was presented for a large swelling in the neck. Approximately 300 cc of clear, thin, amber fluid was aspirated, and a representative sample was sent to an outside diagnostic laboratory for fluid analysis, the results of which were unremarkable.