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Lasers in Surgery and Medicine

Print ISSN
0196-8092
Electronic ISSN
1096-9101
Impact factor
3.0
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1096-9101
Usage rank
1269
Article count
2844
Free count
104
Free percentage
0.0365682
PDFs via platforms
CSA, Proquest, Wiley from 1980, Ingenta, and Rcgp

  1. News & announcements: american society for laser medicine & surgery, inc.
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    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 46(7):593 (2014) PMID 25138098

  2. Abstracts.
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    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 44(4):350 (2012) PMID 22492549

  3. Reduction of Endotracheal Tube Biofilms Using Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy.

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 43(7):586 (2011) PMID 21987599

    MB aPDT can effectively treat polymicrobial antibiotic resistant biofilms in an ET tube....
  4. Re: Scar prevention by laser-assisted scar healing (LASH): a pilot study using an 810-nm diode-laser system, LSM 2008; 40 (7): 443-5
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    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 41(4):323 (2009)

  5. American society for laser medicine and surgery, inc., news and announcements.
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    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 40(4):291 (2008) PMID 18412225

  6. Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei treated with 1,565 nm nonablative fractionated laser resurfacing: a case report.

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 46(9):663 (2014) PMID 25263633

    We utilized a non-sequential scanning 1,565 nm nonablative fractionated laser to treat this patient. After only one treatment he had significant improvement. He has been subsequently treated five times in the past 6 months and has continued to improve. The novel 1,565 nm nonablative fractionated las...
  7. Diode laser-induced tissue effects: in vitro tissue model study and in vivo evaluation of wound healing following non-contact application.

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 46(6):449 (2014) PMID 24839034

    The basic difference between the various common medical laser systems is the wavelength of the emitted light, leading to altered light-tissue interactions due to the optical parameters of the tissue. This study examines laser induced tissue effects in an in vitro tissue model using 1,470 nm diode la...
  8. Pulsed versus continuous wave CO2 laser excisions of 100 oral fibrous hyperplasias: a randomized controlled clinical and histopathological s...

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 46(5):396 (2014) PMID 24700467

    In experimental animal studies, pulsing the CO2 laser beam has been shown to reduce the thermal damage zone of excised oral mucosal tissue. However, there is still controversy over whether this is borne out under clinical conditions. To compare the outcome following excisional biopsies of fibrous hy...
  9. A retrospective review of pain control by a two-step irradiance schedule during topical ALA-photodynamic therapy of non-melanoma skin cancer...

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 45(2):89 (2013) PMID 23390058 PMCID PMC3685854

    We used an initial low irradiance until 90% of the protoporphyrin IX was photobleached, followed by a high irradiance interval until the prescribed fluence was delivered. Success of this pilot investigation motivated integration of the protocol into routine practice. Here, we present a retrospective...
  10. The effect of increased maximum power output on perioperative and early postoperative outcome in photoselective vaporization of the prostate...

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 45(1):28 (2013) PMID 23280439

    We analyzed intraoperative data and early postoperative results after photoselective vaporization of the prostate (PVP) with the 180-W, 120-W, and 80-W laser. A retrospective pair-to-pair comparison was performed including 80 consecutive patients who underwent PVP for the treatment of benign prostat...