Luxar LX20 SP- CO2 Laser

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The Luxar CO2 surgical laser is a precision instrument that offers significant advantages to the surgical practitioner, with potential for use in a multitude of applications as an addition to traditional instruments and techniques. Depending on the clinical application, the Luxar laser may be used for:

  • Char-free ablation;
  • Incision or excision;
  • Vaporization or ablation;
  • Providing hemostasis.

According to Luxar Laser Operator’s Manual, representative examples of laser-appropriate procedures include:

General Surgery:

Hemorrhoid removal, skin tag vaporization; pilodidal cyst removal and repair, debridement of decubitus ulcers and statis ulcers; mastectomy, breast biopsy, reduction mammoplasty; cytoreduction for metastatic disease; many dermatological procedures.

Gynecology:

Condyloma, excision and vaporization, cervical, vulvar and perineal; vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia ablation (VAIN); vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia ablation (VIN); herpes vaporization; urethral caruncle vaporization; Bartholin’s and nubothian cysts.

Laparoscopic Surgery:

Vaporization, incision, excision, ablation, or photocoagulation of soft tissue in endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery including GYN laparoscopy where delivery of energy by the hollow fiber may be more convenient than delivery of energy by a handpiece. Representative examples: endometriosis ablation; excision of adhesions; salingotomy; metroplasty.

Otorhinolaryngology (ENT):

Subglottic stenosis vaporization; tonsillectomy; removal of vocal cord papillomas, nodules and polyps; lymphangioma removal; pulmonary bronchial and tracheal lesion removal; turbinectomy; removal of leukoplakia of larynx; ablation of choanal atresia.

Dermatology:

Port wine hemangioma removal; rhinophyma reduction; telangiectasia removal; keloid reduction; wart removal; basal and squamous cell carcinoma removal; blepharoplasty; xanthalasma removal; removal of neurofibromas, hemangiomas, nevi, and tricoepitheliomas; dermabrasion, such as for lentigos, keratoses, actinic keratosis and cheilitis.

Dental / Oral Surgery:

Gingivectomy, frenum release; removal of soft tissue, cysts, tumors.

Orthopedic Surgery:

Menisectomy; chondromalacia ablation; partial synovectomy; lateral release; PMMA removal.

Podiatry:

Plantar wart vaporization; fungal nail treatment; partial and complete matrixectomy; porokeratoma ablation; Morton’s neruoma removal; ingrown nail treatment.