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        Carbon dioxide lasers for use in general surgery and dermatology

        Surgical carbon dioxide lasers are used in microscopic surgery,macroscopic surgery, endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures, as well as in general surgery and dermatology. They are used to make surgical incisions, to cut and vaporize deeper tissues, and for coagulation of small vessels.

        Tips for Buying a Laser - CO2

        1. Facilities cannot use one type of laser for all their surgical applications; so they should identify the types of lasers that will meet the specific needs of their surgical departments.

        2. Facilities should make sure that the power output at tissue is at least 1 to 30 W and the exposure time is at least 0.01 sec. Lasers should also include a gas-filled sealed tube and an internal air-cooling system.

        3. Facilities should examine the modes of operation that a laser provides. Some lasers offer both modes for different levels of surgical control.

        4. Some purchase options are available for buyers. These may include micromanipulators, handpieces, focusing lenses to adjust spot sizes, and wave-guides.

        5. The power distribution system of the facility is another important factor to consider. Some CO2 lasers may need up to 240 VAC, particularly those for high power applications. Lower power output units, which usually require 120 VAC, are suitable for dermatological uses, but high-powered lasers are necessary for other surgeries.

        Questions for the Seller

         

        Before you purchase your Laser - CO2, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Delivery System

        • Does it include a Handpiece?
        • Does it include a Micromanipulator?
        • Does it include an Aiming laser?

        Previous Usage

        • What was the first operation date of the equipment?
        • Is there a log book for the equipment?
        • How much was the last laser element in use (number of pulses)?
        • Does the beam shutter function properly?
        • Is the optical path aligned and clean (mirrors, end fiber optics etc.)?
        • Is the laser output (Energy/Power) according to the manufacturer specification?
        • Is the laser beam aligned with the visual pointing beam?
        • Is the timing device which controls the exposure accurate?
        • Does the cooling system function properly?
        • Is the system labeling (including the laser class) clear?
        • What is the general condition (external) of the system?
        • Was the equipment ever repaired?
        • Was the original laser element ever replaced?
        • Please indicate the number of shots performed

        Carbon dioxide lasers for use in general surgery and dermatology

        Surgical carbon dioxide lasers are used in microscopic surgery,macroscopic surgery, endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures, as well as in general surgery and dermatology. They are used to make surgical incisions, to cut and vaporize deeper tissues, and for coagulation of small vessels.

        Tips for Buying a Laser - CO2

        1. Facilities cannot use one type of laser for all their surgical applications; so they should identify the types of lasers that will meet the specific needs of their surgical departments.

        2. Facilities should make sure that the power output at tissue is at least 1 to 30 W and the exposure time is at least 0.01 sec. Lasers should also include a gas-filled sealed tube and an internal air-cooling system.

        3. Facilities should examine the modes of operation that a laser provides. Some lasers offer both modes for different levels of surgical control.

        4. Some purchase options are available for buyers. These may include micromanipulators, handpieces, focusing lenses to adjust spot sizes, and wave-guides.

        5. The power distribution system of the facility is another important factor to consider. Some CO2 lasers may need up to 240 VAC, particularly those for high power applications. Lower power output units, which usually require 120 VAC, are suitable for dermatological uses, but high-powered lasers are necessary for other surgeries.

        Questions for the Seller

         

        Before you purchase your Laser - CO2, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Delivery System

        • Does it include a Handpiece?
        • Does it include a Micromanipulator?
        • Does it include an Aiming laser?

        Previous Usage

        • What was the first operation date of the equipment?
        • Is there a log book for the equipment?
        • How much was the last laser element in use (number of pulses)?
        • Does the beam shutter function properly?
        • Is the optical path aligned and clean (mirrors, end fiber optics etc.)?
        • Is the laser output (Energy/Power) according to the manufacturer specification?
        • Is the laser beam aligned with the visual pointing beam?
        • Is the timing device which controls the exposure accurate?
        • Does the cooling system function properly?
        • Is the system labeling (including the laser class) clear?
        • What is the general condition (external) of the system?
        • Was the equipment ever repaired?
        • Was the original laser element ever replaced?
        • Please indicate the number of shots performed
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