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CO2 Laser Technique

The CO2 laser has in principle the same wide number of applications as the traditional scalpel blade, but with a lot of additional advantages:

Less Bleeding
Laser energy seals small blood vessels as it cuts
Blood loss is decreased
Surgical field is clear and dry
Anatomy can be clearly visualized

Less Swelling
Laser energy seals lymph vessels
Inflammatory responses and swelling are minimal

Less Pain
Laser energy seals nerve endings
Post-surgical pain is reduced

Less Post-surgical infections
Bacteria vaporized at incision site
Reduce risk of Post OP infections

Additionally the CO2 laser gives the option of a very precise removal of unwanted tissue using laser ablation. In short, the CO2 laser will provide greater precision, less pain, less bleeding, less swelling and minimize the risk of post surgical infection compared to traditional scalpel based surgery.

System includes:
Laser console, ergonomic mast delivery system
20W/10W Superpulse (cat. No 142210)
25W/15W Superpulse  (cat. No 142215)
30W/20W Superpulse  (cat. No 142220) 
40W/20W Superpulse  (cat. No 142240)

Superpulse power cable, communication cable, footswitch, operations manual, laser-in-use sign and safety glasses.

Smoke evacuation system including stand, tubing, filters, wands, tips, surgical masks, operations manual and warranty.

Flexible fiber hollow waveguide & fiber end protector
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Comprehensive Accessory Package:
Package for 20 W lasers includes:
1 x Tipless handpiece Kit Multisetting
1 x Tipless handpiece Kit Fixed spot
1 x Standard Handpiece
1 x Wide Ablation Nozzle

Package for 25, 30 and 40 W lasers include:
1 x Tipless handpiece Kit Multisetting
1 x Tipless handpiece Kit Fixed spot
1 x Standard Handpiece
1 x Wide Ablation Nozzle
1 x Dental Handpiece
1 x Soft Palate Handpieces
1 x Smoke Evacuating Barrel
5 x Tips for dental handpiece 0.8 mm
5 x Tips for dental handpiece 0.8 mm short
5 x Tips for soft palate hand piece 0.4 mm
5 x Tips for soft palate hand piece 0.25mm

In the articles below you can read more about what to consider when choosing a laser delivery system as well as what you can use the laser for.

Info CO2 laser system from KRUUSE
Comparison on CO2 systems
Article on CO2 laser surgery

This video furthermore shows the laser in use on commonly used procedures