May 15, 2023

Waterlase Laser Density and its applications in performing biopsies and achieving hemostasis. We demonstrate the step-by-step process using Waterlase laser technology to efficiently and precisely perform biopsies and control bleeding.

1. Biopsy Procedure:

Carefully choose the target tissue to begin the biopsy operation. Once the tissue has been located, gently distend it using a hemostat to improve access and visibility. The high-density energy of the Waterlase laser will enable accurate tissue ablation, reducing patient discomfort.

2. Tissue Ablation:

To ablate the tissue, place the focused point of the laser handpiece about 1 mm from the tissue's surface. To vaporize the desired tissue, move slowly from side to side. The controlled energy intensity of the Waterlase laser allows precise and controlled tissue removal, lowering the chance of harm to nearby healthy tissue.

3. Hemostasis Technique:

Defocus the laser point around 1-3 mm from the target region to accomplish hemostasis following the biopsy operation. To supply laser energy to the region, move slowly in circles. The Waterlase laser's controlled energy density helps to promote coagulation, reduce bleeding, and enable successful hemostasis.

4. Monitoring and Completion:

Keep a close eye on the tissue throughout the treatment and modify the laser's settings as necessary to get the desired effects. After achieving hemostasis, thoroughly examine the biopsy site for any indications of bleeding or further tissue anomalies. Additional hemostasis or therapy can be applied if necessary.

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