photocoagulator


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Noun1.photocoagulator - surgical instrument containing a laser for use in photocoagulation
laser, optical maser - an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation; an optical device that produces an intense monochromatic beam of coherent light
surgical instrument - a medical instrument used in surgery
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Tenders are invited for Procurement of High Power Photocoagulator
Clinical evaluation and treatment accuracy in diabetic macular edema using navigated laser photocoagulator NAVILAS.
Under the terms of a supply agreement signed by the Directorate General of Armed Forces Medical Services of the Indian Ministry of Defence, Quantel Medical will provide 61 photocoagulator lasers for use in 53 military hospitals across India.
Under the terms of a supply agreement signed by the directorate General of Armed Forces Medical Services of the Indian Ministry of Defense, Quantel Medical will provide 61 photocoagulator lasers for use in 53 military hospitals across India.
When attached to a compatible Lumenis photocoagulator the device offers a variety of features that significantly expand the capabilities of the Lumenis laser system.
Unlike other photocoagulator systems, which require an external dichroic or fixed mirror to connect the slit lamp, the 'Integre Pro Scan' is designed to channel the laser directly through the slit lamp optics.
the PASCAL photocoagulator from OptiMedica, and the Visica2 Treatment System from Sanarus Medical.
developed the Pascal Photocoagulator, an integrated semi-automatic pattern scan laser photocoagulation system designed to treat ocular diseases using a single shot or predetermined pattern array.
OptiMedica is a company that fully embraced reliability when designing the PAttern SCAnning Laser (PASCAL) Photocoagulator.
Ninety-nine patients, also not differentiated by type of diabetes, were each treated in 1 eye chosen at random with a xenon-arc photocoagulator.