A CO2 laser cauterizes blood vessels up to 0.5 millimeters in diameter as it incises, allowing excellent visualization of the tissues as the surgery proceeds. The precise incision and hemostasis control the laser provides are especially valuable when care must be taken to watch out for and preserve delicate structures.
Why is LESS best with the Aesculight CO2 Laser? This video covers the main benefits that Aesculight CO2 laser surgery provides for both pets and veterinarians.
Aesculight is always pleased when colleagues gather to share advanced surgical techniques. Recently David Duclos, DVM, DACVD, traveled to Sweden to share his surgical expertise in utilizing the Aesculight laser…
Results indicate that the use of CO2 laser in surgery surpasses the conventional scalpel, by lowering the nociceptive system stimulation, decreasing the autonomic nervous system activity and stabilizing the hemodynamic clinical signs, which in turn promote reduced anesthetic consumption and thus offer greater safety to the patient.
Christopher Winkler, DVM, will be presenting “Veterinary CO2 Laser Surgery: Case Studies and New Developments”, at the New York Vet, November 9, 2017, from 10:00 am to 10:45 am.
Aesculight®, a division of LightScalpel®, LLC, is announcing its new line of VetScalpel® CO2 surgical lasers. Built on over 20 years of American veterinary laser surgery innovation, Aesculight® is revolutionizing veterinary laser surgery once again.
Lisa McCann, DVM, recently visited Christopher J. Winkler, DVM, DABLS, to have a mass in her dog’s bladder removed via laser surgery. Dr. Winkler welcomed Dr. McCann to assist him during the laser surgery. Dr. McCann was so thrilled with the results and Dr. Winkler’s skills and knowledge, that she wrote Aesculight a letter.
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