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LAIBA MEDICAL

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Location: Larnaca, Cyprus
Business Type: Supplier
LAIBA MEDICAL Founded in 1987 and importing new and refurbished MRI equipment to Asia and the Middle East, our head office was relocated to Cyprus in 2009. From our new offices we continued to expand our European operations by providing our client...
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Laser - Diode Description:


In the MedWOW’s catalog, Laser - Diode is described as follows:
Diode lasers for photodynamic therapy, cutting, vaporizing and coagulating tissues.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Laser - Diode.

Laser - Diode may also be referred to as:


Diode Laser | Surgical Diode Laser | Surgical Laser

Laser - Diode can be found under the following headings:


Gynecology & Obstetrics | Otolaryngology | Surgery | Urology | Lasers

Tips for buying Laser - Diode


  • Usually manufacturers provide training in laser operation. However they may be charging for it in some cases.
  • Because of all these benefits, diode lasers are attractive for use in physician offices and other outpatient settings and as replacements for functionally equivalent lasers that have reached the end of their useful life.
  • The price of the surgical diode lasers is lower than that of other comparable surgical lasers. As laser semiconductor diodes become less expensive, the cost of these devices is expected to decrease even further.
  • The lasers have no mirrors or other internal components to adjust and are air-cooled, so they are almost maintenance-free and contribute to significant cost savings over time.
  • These devices are considered very reliable and have been reported to last for 10,000 to 25,000 hours of use.
  • The main two factors to consider are the power output and exposure time. Recommended values are maximum power of >=25 W and the ability to produce a 0.1 to 9.9 sec single and repeat pulse.
  • Facilities need to identify their specific needs before making a purchase because there is no one single laser that is appropriate for all surgical applications.