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.
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.
William E. Schultz, DVM, shares his experience with Aesculight CO2 laser surgery. He covers various topics, including everyday laser applications in his and laser return on investment (ROI). Thank you,…
Just released video presentations from the 2018 American Laser Study Club’s Inaugural Symposium. Wonderful opportunity to own presentation video recordings from leading laser veterinarians.
In our clinic, the Aesculight CO2 laser is always utilized for the correction of urethral prolapse. Compared to scalpel surgery, the greatest benefit of using the laser for this procedure is the efficient hemostasis in this richly vascularized area. In addition, the lack of a tourniquet makes this surgery less traumatic to the penile tissue.
Resection of the elongated soft palate with a CO2 laser results in decreased postoperative pain and reduced edema, inflammation and scarring.
The CO2 laser greatly enhances ear canal surgery by minimizing bleeding and providing good visualization of the anatomical structures during the procedure.
The CO2 laser allowed for operating in a highly vascular area with virtually no bleeding for this 6-week-old golden retriever. With the degree of cleft involving the premaxilla and the nares, the hemostasis provided by the laser enabled precise incisions and tissue removal.