Lasotronix Laser for Proctology
Introducing the Lasotronix Smart M diode laser for Proctology. Lasotronix Smart M is a most advanced surgical laser device of across globe which can be used for proctological procedures such as piles, fissure fistula and Pilonidal sinus. A light-weight laser diode machine, Lasotronix Smart M is also the best laser diode to treat Proctology disorders.
Applications of Lasotronix Smart M
Lasotronix Laser is a light weight and portable laser machines used to perform various surgeries quickly and effectively.
- Pilonidal Sinus /Cyst
Under the LA/GA, the Lasotronix Laser delivers laser energy via radial fibre into the anal fistula tract to thermally ablate and close off the abnormal pathway. The laser energy destroys the fistula epithelium and simultaneously obliterates the remaining fistula tract with a shrinkage effect. As a result, the epithelialized tissue is destroyed in a controlled manner and the fistula tract collapses to a high degree. This also supports and accelerates the healing process.
The advantage of using Lasotronix Laser is that it gives good control to the operator and allows use in the convoluted tract with no excision or independently split on the length of the tract. This surgical procedure can be executed in only a few minutes.
Preferred Settings for the Lasotronix Smart M:
To use the Lasotronix laser for LHP (Haemorrhoids), set it at 7.5 Watts and deliver 150 to 250 Joules per haemorrhoid.
These settings provide the best results from 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade piles.
Digital Ligation Proximal Laser ( DLPL )
Preferred settings for the Lasotronix Smart M:
To use the Lasotronix Laser to treat a Fistula, set it at 10 Watts and use it for 100 joules per centimetre with a 600/400-micron fibre.
The DLPL procedure techniques takes approximately 15-25 minutes in most cases.
Treatment of Pilonidal Sinus
As opposed to the conventional methods, the Lasotronix Smart M laser diode treats pilonidal sinuses in depth. This procedure of laser therapy is non-invasive and completely painless. It has been proven effective in significantly contributing to the remarkable healing of the pilonidal cysts. The laser removes the flammable structure and sinuses. This laser surgical procedure with Lasotronix Smart M takes approximately 30 minutes at the most.
The usage of the laser machine for removal of pilonidal sinuses ensures minimal collateral damage with painless and quick healing. This treatment also eliminates any risks of recurrences.
Preferred Settings for Pilonidal Sinus Treatment:
To use the Lasotronix Smart M to treat pilonidal sinus, set the device at 10 Watts and use it at 100 Joules per millimeter of sinus tract.
Laser Sphincterotomy ( Fissure )
Under the LA/GA, the Lasotronix Smart M delivers the laser energy via the radial fiber into the sphincter muscle leading to the dilatation of the muscle and reduction of spasm. The procedure usually takes 15-25 minutes and is bloodless and
The patient recovers as soon as the surgery is over.
Preferred Settings for Laser Sphincterotomy:
To use the Lasotronix Smart M for the Laser Sphincterotomy for Fissure, set the device at 7 Watts and use it at 100 Joules depending on the fissure size.
How Does the Laser Work?
In proctology, lasers are commonly used for the precise excision or vaporization of the haemorrhoids, fistula, fissure and pilonidal sinus.
As per the graph, the absorption coefficient of 980 is higher for haemoglobin. This means that the energy absorbed is higher. This also means that the laser at 980 nm works very efficiently in treating haemorrhoids, fistula, fissure and pilonidal sinus.
What Are the Benefits of Laser Treatment for the Patients of Proctology?
Lasotronix Smart M is one of the most advanced laser machines used for treatment of proctological maladies such as piles, fissure, fistula and pilonidal sinuses.
For the patients, the benefits are as follows:
• Safe and simple procedure
• Less discomfort and medication along with faster healing
• Outpatient procedure – No requirement of hospital stay
• Minimal post-operative discomfort due to sealing of nerve endings and blood vessels using the laser
• Laser can be used by itself as a treatment or along with other modalities.
• Insurance covered procedure
Why Use Lasotronix Laser for Proctology?
The usage of Lasotronix Laser for Proctology is a win-win situation for both the patients and the surgeon. While it makes the procedure simpler and less painful for the patients, it also created a more workable environment for the surgeons in the operating room.
The advantages include :
- High success rate
- Low recurrence rate
- Quick procedure
- Minimal invasive
- Marginal blood loss
- Nominal pain
- Less traumatic
- Instant relief
- Local anesthesia
- Quick recovery
- Greater surgical precision
- Reduced risk of infection
- No stenosis
- No incontinence
- No mucosa damage
- No foreign body insertion
Advantages for Surgeon Using Lasotronix
Advantages of Lasotronix in Proctology Treatment
- High success rate
- Low recurrence rate – recurrence rate is much lower than the traditional methods.
- Quick treatment – Take less than an hour. Saves tremendous time for you and your patient.
- Minimal invasive – just a nick in the skin, so no scar, and no stitches.
- Minimal blood loss. Minimal pain. Less traumatic.
- Instant Relief from accompanying symptoms – Since no surgery and extremely less harm to neighboring tissues, so recovery is fast. Even less pain, bruising and numbness.
- OPD procedure performed with Local anesthesia – It’s safer than General anesthesia. There’s no hospitalization, ambulatory.
- Quick Recovery – No downtime. Minimal post operative pain. Your patient can walk away post operation and can quickly regain his normal activity
- Greater Surgical Precision.
- Reduced Risk of infection.
Lasotronix Smart M Training for Proctology
Accessories for Lasotronix Smart M in Proctology
Specifications of Lasotronix Smart M
Before and After Treatment Results Using Lasotronix Laser in Proctology
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