Laser Therapy Device in BD
|ltem : Laser therapy device||Description|
|Laser medium||GaAlAs Semiconductor|
|Laser output power||5mW for 650nm laser 180mW for 808nm laser|
|Environment temperature range||40-55℃|
|Probe A||11 laser beams are 650nm red laser: 4 laser beams are 808nm invisible laser output power: 775mW|
|Probe B||808nm invisible laser beam, output power: 180mW|
|Output frequency under Pulse mode||0.5sec|
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a form of medicine that applies low-level (low-power) lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to the surface of the body. Whereas high-power lasers are used in laser medicine to cut or destroy tissue, it is claimed that application of low-power lasers relieves pain or stimulates and enhances cell function. Laser therapy device is modern device for Back pain , neck pain patient.
The effects of LLLT appear to be limited to a specified set of wavelengths, and administering LLLT below the dose range does not appear to be effective.
Research is ongoing about the mechanism of LLLT. The effects of LLLT appear to be limited to a specified set of wavelengths of laser, and administering LLLT below the dose range does not appear to be effective. Photochemical reactions are well known in biological research, and LLLT make use of the first law in photochemistry (Grotthuss-Draper law): light must be absorbed by a chemical substance in order for a photochemical reaction to take place. In LLLT that chemical substance is representated by the respiratory enzyme cytochrome c oxidase which is involved in the electron transport chain in mitochondria, which is the generally accepted theory.
History of Laser Treatment as invent of Laser therapy device
Hungarian physician and surgeon Endre Mester (1903-1984) is credited with the discovery of the biological effects of low power lasers, which occurred a few years after the 1960 invention of the ruby laser and the 1961 invention of the helium–neon (HeNe) laser. Mester accidentally discovered that low-level ruby laser light could regrow hair during an attempt to replicate an experiment that showed that such lasers could reduce tumors in mice. The laser he was using was faulty and wasn’t so powerful as he thought. It failed to affect the tumors, but he noticed that in the places where he had shaved the mice in order to do the experiments, the hair grew back more quickly on the treated mice than on those among the control group. He published those results in 1967.
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