LZR7 Large Area Laser with Medical Cart and Extending Arm
THE UPSIDE AND DOWNSIDE ABOUT SUPERPULSED LASERS
The Upside of Superpulsed lasers is the significantly deeper penetration with an equivalent wavelength (nm) laser of same average output.
The Downside is most 25-50 Watt Superpulsed lasers have an average output of around 1/10th of a Watt and this equals very long treatment times to achieve the treatment goal of 4 joules per Cm2.
The Great News is that we now have a Superpulsed laser with an average output high enough to get great results from the Superpulsed wavelengths of 660, 808 & 904 nm.