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Yachroma-Med 
the Copper Vapor Laser System for Dermatological Surgery

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Yachroma-Med treatment seminar

July 10,  2022 

New results of the computer simulation the dysplastic vessel heating, which opens up the possibility of personalized adjustment of the parameters of patients laser treatment according to the individual assessment of the skins optical pattern. It can serve as the basis for software development for the new generation of laser medical systems

See Ponomarev IV, Topchiy SB, Pushkareva AE. Numerical modeling of the dysplastic vessel heating in pws by yellow 578 nm copper vapor laser radiation for different skin phototypes. J Lasers Med Sci. 2022;13:e11.

 

September 10,  2019 

New applications of our laser system is to treat basal-cell carcinoma (BCC) by selective photo-coagulation of abnormal blood vessels. In Russia this medical technology helped thousands of people to treat skin lesions.

 

See Treatment of Basal Cell Cancer With a Pulsed Copper Vapor Laser: A Case Series. Klyuchareva, Svetlana, V; Ponomarev, Igor, V; Topchiy, Sergey B.; Andrusenko, Yury N.; Published:Oct 2019 in Journal of Lasers in Medical Sciences

 

Copper vapor laser treat BCC

 

Presentation of New Model YACHROMA-Med Laser System, 10" touch-screen display

Welcome at our booth!

 

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 March 20,  2021 New applications of this laser system is to treat basal-cell carcinoma (BCC) by selective photo-coagulation of abnormal blood vessels with the New state-of-art scanner system for fast and treatment.

 

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In Russia this medical technology helped thousands of people to treat skin lesions. The train of nanosecond pulses with very high repetition rate can accumulate the heat on vascular tissue with abnormal size, in comparison with normal tissue (not clear) without affecting normal (surrounding) tissue. 

Workshop demonstration. 

 

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