Laser applications in medicine and surgery

proceedings of the 3rd World Congress - International Society for Low Power Laser Applications in Medicine, Bologna, Italy, September 9-12, 1992 ; Modena, Italy, September 13, 1992
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Monduzzi Editore , Bologna
Laser Surgery., Lasers -- therapeutic use., Lasers in medicine -- Congresses., Lasers in surgery -- Congre
Other titlesLaser Bologna "92.
Statementedited by Giovanni Galletti, Lorenao Bolognani, Giovanni Ussia.
ContributionsBolognani, Lorenzo., Galletti, Giovanni., Ussia, Giovanni., International Society for Low Power Laser Applications in Medicine.
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LC ClassificationsR857.L37 I58 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination552 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14735974M

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A careful review of the literature covering various aspects of applications of lasers in science and technology reveals that lasers are being applied very widely throughout the entire gamut of physical medicine. After surveying the current developments taking place in the field of medical applications of lasers, it was considered appropriate to bring together these efforts of international.

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Today the laser is used for a wide variety of surgical operations. The fundamental limits and potential for future applications of lasers in surgery and medicine are discussed. Lasers in medicine To cite this article: Qian Peng et al Rep. Prog. Phys. 71 View the article online for updates and enhancements.

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Surgical applications include urology, cardiovascular and veterinary surgery. Lasers offer an advantage because the high intensity can cut tissue and coagulate blood at the same time.

Researchers have demonstrated that laser surgery results in the removal of much less tissue than traditional procedures, improving patient recovery.

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