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Every Veterinary Practice Needs a MultiFunctional Class 4 Therapy Laser

Next Level Light Therapy for Animal Care. With REMY CLASS 4 LASERS, More Treatment Options are Possible than ever before. FDA 510k Cleared for the widest range of treatment options. Customers Experience Results Faster & More Effectively for More Conditions.

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Powerful Pain Relief in 1-4 minutes.
2-4 Wavelengths maximize trtmt options.
Minor Surgical Applications made easy.
Reduce Inflammation & Accelerate Healing

  • Treat Arthritis & Degenerative Joints
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Dental Issues
  • Sinus Issues
  • Wound Care
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TESTIMONIAL: I have 2 Remy lasers and been using them for over a year.  In conjunction with a good therapy and maintenance health program I have found the results to be excellent for Equine care. So good I’m about to order our third laser. 
– M. Calderone
– Founder of Exceed Equine Rehabilitation

TESTIMONIAL: Absolutely incredible! Best addition to my Veterinary clinic ever. The REMY FX45 is a joy to use, super effective and extremely versatile, allowing for a wide range of treatment capabilities in small and large animals. It’s easy to use and provides reliable performance.
– Dr Andrews 

I have become comfortable using the REMY laser and I am getting very good results on the horses. I look forward to my training session on the the laser surgery applications.  – Dr Radde

I recommend the REMY FX laser if you want the most power, deepest wavelength capabilities, the option to switch between PBM phototherapy rehab and a wide variety of surgical procedures. It’s very versatile.  
– Dr Stevens

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Choose from a Dozen Veterinary Laser Therapy Equipment options in
Class II  & Class 4 Lasers:

• 3 Models of Class 4 Therapy Lasers:

We offer a selection of high quality, feature rich Class 4 Lasers 1, 2 or 4 wavelengths for
animal applications from biostimulation, wound healing, pain relief, sprains, tendon and
ligament repair, cutting, minor surgeries such as declaw, neuter/spay and much more.
Training is included at no extra charge and we also provide customized marketing brochure
and poster templates to help increase business and speed ROI. Our REMY Class IV Veterinary
and Equine Lasers are high quality medical devices with 510k FDA clearance. They are built
tough to be reliable for all day every day work. They are feature rich, fully customizable class
IV medical/veterinary lasers available in 9, 10, 27, 30 & 45 Watt Configurations w/ wavelengths
in single, dual, tri and quad models designed to meet all of your veterinary laser needs.


A new breed of Class 4 Optical Power LED is being manufactured in the US by a Class 4 Laser
Manufacturer with advanced NASA technology, and more power than was ever possible before.
The LZR UltraBright delivers blazing fast & effective treatments. 

These High Power Class II, Dual Wavelength Red & Near Infrared (NIR) Light Therapy Devices 
will change healthcare forever! Featuring high power Optical LEDs at 810nm Infrared (IR) and
650nm (Red). They are portable plug in devices that cover a large 3″ x 5″ surface area utilizing
OPTICAL POWER for fast performance with a 30-60 second timer per spot. 99% of LED devices
are measured in Electrical Power which pales in comparison to the blazing FAST Optical Power of
LZR UltraBright. The power is proven by the amount of photon energy or joules per cm squared
(j/cm2) delivered to the target tissue. The LZR UB 20W produces 1200 j/cm2 per 60 seconds & 
LZR UB 10W produces 600 j/cm2 per 60 seconds. 

• LZR7 ZX2 & PRO M3 Class 4 Cool Temperature Lasers:

Choose from the Tabletop LZR7 or the Portable Pro M3 Battery Powered Main Control Units.
Choose from 9 different emitters including the 6.1W, 18.1W, 750mW Acupoint probe, 1W or
3W super pulsed, and others. The beauty of the “Cool Temperature” class 4 lasers is their
ability to deliver a fast and consistent dosage to the subject with minimal heat sensitivity and
less need to keep moving the emitter in order to prevent any sensation of excess heat.

Photobiomodulation and Regenerative Medicine

PBM, Phototherapy or Light therapy is uniquely effective for use in regenerative medicine techniques, as it produces a wide range of benefits that are often dictated by the output energy of the laser wavelengths, which frequently include one or more of the following red and infrared spectrums: 635-650nm, 810nm, 905-915nm, 980nm and 1064nm wavelengths. Stem cell injections, platelet rich plasma (PRP), prolotherapy, and cartilage regeneration therapies are more successful when done in conjunction with photomedicine (laser therapy).  

Photobiomics is a new term coined from the discovery that treating the microbiome of the body with laser light or Photobiomodulation (PBM) can have a beneficial effect.

A significant amount of attention is being given to the importance of the microbiome and recently it was shown that applying laser therapy may have positive benefits

Objective: The objective of this review is to consider the dual effects of microbiome and photobiomodulation (PBM) on human health and to suggest a relationship between these two as a novel mechanism. 

Background: PBM describes the use of low levels of visible or near-infrared (NIR) light to heal and stimulate tissue, and to relieve pain and inflammation. In recent years, PBM has been applied to the head as an investigative approach to treat diverse brain diseases such as stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and psychiatric disorders. Also, in recent years, increasing attention has been paid to the total microbial population that colonizes the human body, chiefly in the gut and the mouth, called the microbiome. It is known that the composition and health of the gut microbiome affects many diseases related to metabolism, obesity, cardiovascular disorders, autoimmunity, and even brain disorders. 

Materials and methods: A literature search was conducted for published reports on the effect of light on the microbiome. 

Results: Recent work by our research group has demonstrated that PBM (red and NIR light) delivered to the abdomen in mice, can alter the gut microbiome in a potentially beneficial way. This has also now been demonstrated in human subjects. 

Conclusions: In consideration of the known effects of PBM on metabolomics, and the now demonstrated effects of PBM on the microbiome, as well as other effects of light on the microbiome, including modulating circadian rhythms, the present perspective introduces a new term “photobiomics” and looks forward to the application of PBM to influence the microbiome in humans. Some mechanisms by which this phenomenon might occur are considered.

Keywords: bacteria; metabolome; microbiome; photobiomodulation.


No matter what it is called, LASER THERAPY, or PHOTOMEDICINE THERAPY, is highly effective in resolving a plethora of disorders in the human body; some of the many terms used to describe laser therapy are: 

Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT); 

Photobiostimulation Therapy (PBST); 

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT); 

High Intensity Laser Therapy (HILT); 

Laser Therapy

LED Therapy

SLED Therapy

Light Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy

and more

Many of the above terms are outmoded and represent  outdated research and technology – most of their research is based on In Vitro studies that have no application in real-world environments. We propose that these terms and the thinking behind them be replaced by more inclusive, updated, and applicable science and terminology. 

There is really no such thing as LLLT, HILT, PBMT, PBST and so on. There is only Biomedical Photonics, or Photomedicine, in all its formats, dosage levels, and applications. Laser Therapy is also a very important part of integrative medicine.

For ease of use, because it describes applied medicine using medical lasers in a much wider range of applications, and because “Laser Therapy” and all the other associated decades-old terminology are still struggling to gain widespread acceptance in the broader medical community, we propose the more relevant and widely accepted terms PHOTOMEDICINE, and PHOTOMEDICINE THERAPY be used in place of Laser Therapy and the other terms listed above.

What is Photomedicine Therapy?

Otherwise known as Laser Therapy, Photomedicine, or Photomedicine Therapy is used for the relief of pain, to accelerate healing, decrease inflammation, to reverse autoimmune disorders, and more. When laser energy is directed to targeted tissues, the energy penetrates deeply and are absorbed by  mitochondria, the energy- producing part of a cell. This energy fuels many beneficial physiological responses resulting in the restoration of optimal cell morphology and function. 


Photomedicine Therapy has been successfully used to treat a broad range of medical conditions, including musculoskeletal problems, arthritis, sports injuries, post-surgical wounds, diabetic ulcers, malfunctioning immune systems, dermatological conditions, and more.  

The Primary Goal of Photomedicine Therapy is to stimulate targeted cells to perform natural functions at an enhanced rate. Targeted in chromophores, including hemoglobin and cytochrome c oxidase within the mitochondria, photomedicine treatments will aid in cellular respiration and reduce oxidative stress. In sharp contrast to so-called cold lasers which provide no feeling or sensation, appropriately-powered diode laser therapy will provide a warm and soothing feeling during and after treatments.  

Unlike many pharmacological treatments that mask pain or only address the symptoms of disease, photomedicine treats the underlying condition or pathology to promote healing. This means that photomedicine treatments can be more effective than pharmacology, include no side effects and include longer lasting benefits. 

Other terms for Photomedicine also include Phototherapy and Biomedical Photonics

Biomedical Photonics is a new branch of physics that examines the behavior and properties of light and the interaction of light with organic matter. This emerging medical paradigm holds great promise for the future of medicine, and is poised to experience explosive growth due to the noninvasive or minimally invasive nature and cost-effectiveness of photonic modalities in medical diagnostics and therapy.

Biomedical applications: 

  • Therapeutic 
  • Medical Imaging (Tissue Clearing)  

Shaped by Quantum Theory, Technology, and the Genomics Revolution 

The integration of photonics, electronics, biomaterials, and nanotechnology holds great promise for the future of medicine. This topic has recently experienced an explosive growth due to the noninvasive or minimally invasive nature and the cost-effectiveness of photonic modalities in medical diagnostics and therapy. 

8 Tips When Shopping for a Class IV Therapy Laser

As a doctor of chiropractic or as a practitioner in a field that could benefit from using a Class IV Therapy Laser, there are several features and benefits that you are probably looking for in a product and vendor to help support your purchasing decision. In other words, you may want to consider the following 8 tips as you look to make an investment in your next Class 4 Therapy Laser:

  1. Power output: Class IV lasers offer higher power output than Class III lasers, which means they can penetrate deeper into tissues, provide significantly faster photon delivery and greater therapeutic benefits. I would look for a vendor who offers lasers with power output ranging from 9 Watts to 60 Watts.
  2. Wavelengths: Different wavelengths have different therapeutic effects. For example, 810nm is good for pain relief, while 980nm is effective for inflammation, 1064nm allows for overall, the deepest penetration and 650nm is ideal for soft tissue and wound healing. A vendor that offers a variety of wavelengths would be preferable, as this allows for more treatment options and better outcomes.
  3. User-friendly interface (the software or operating system): The laser should have an intuitive interface that is easy to navigate. This will allow for efficient treatment and reduce the risk of errors. The newest lasers feature WiFi based, self updating software. Regardless, it should be intuitive, adjustable, customizable, loaded with quality protocols and be easy to use, allowing adjustment of most variables if desired.
  4. Portability: A portable laser is more convenient for a chiropractor or practitioner who may need to travel to different locations to provide treatment. A vendor that offers a lightweight and easy-to-transport laser, provided in a durable carrying case would be a good choice.
  5. Training and support: A vendor that offers comprehensive training, certification and support can help to streamline the getting started process and ensure successful outcomes for patients. This may include training on laser safety, application of specific protocols, use of a variety of specialized hand-pieces, plus general setup and operation, as well as ongoing support for troubleshooting and maintenance if needed in the future.
  6. Cost: While cost should not be the only factor in the decision-making process, it is still an important consideration. A vendor that offers a competitive price for a full featured laser that is FDA/510k Cleared, without sacrificing quality, power or features, would be a good choice.
  7. Warranty and service: A vendor that offers a strong warranty and reliable service can provide peace of mind. This may include a warranty that covers parts and labor, as well as quick turnaround times for repairs.
  8. Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee: Nobody wants to be stuck with a product that they are not sure will do what it claims to do, or live up to the claims made of it by the vendor. To ensure that you actually receive what you paid for, it is wise to shop with a company that stands behind their product and service by providing a money back satisfaction guarantee.

In summary, when shopping for a Class IV Chiropractic laser, Class IV Physical Therapy laser, Class IV Podiatry Laser or Class IV Veterinary Laser, I would look for a vendor that offers: a powerful laser with 2-4 prime wavelengths, a user-friendly interface, portability, comprehensive training and support, a competitive price, a strong warranty, quality service and a money back satisfaction guarantee. By considering these factors, you can make an informed decision and choose the best product and vendor for your needs. and Discover Lasers LLC in conjunction with Mr Kalon Prensky, 38 year practitioner, author and 20 year laser specialist, along with his team of doctors are available to help you. We have based the parameters for every class 4 laser therapy product we offer on the above criteria. We guarantee to ensure that you receive the optimal laser for your needs, with sufficient power, prime wavelengths, user-friendly interface, portability, comprehensive training with certification, ongoing support, competitive pricing, a 5 year warranty with a Florida based service center (with ultra fast turnaround in case a repair is ever needed) and a money back satisfaction guarantee.


Take advantage of Concierge Service and Support with
Mr Kalon Prensky by calling 808-870-0348 or 800-575-7963

5 Ways to Profit from Class 4 Laser Therapy

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5 Reasons Offering Class IV laser therapy can make a Practitioner’s business more profitable:

  1. Increased Revenue: By adding laser therapy to your services, you can create a new revenue stream for your business. You can charge for each laser therapy session, and as more patients seek out this service, your revenue can increase.
  2. Attract New Patients: Offering Class IV laser therapy can attract new patients who are interested in this treatment option. These patients may not have been aware of your practice before, or they may have been seeking laser therapy elsewhere. By offering this service, you can expand your patient base and attract new clients.
  3. Retain Current Patients: By offering a wider range of services, you can retain current patients who may have been considering seeking out laser therapy elsewhere. This can help to keep your patient base loyal and reduce the risk of losing patients to other practices.
  4. Competitive Advantage: As more patients seek out non-invasive, drug-free treatment options, offering laser therapy can give your practice a competitive advantage. This can help to differentiate your practice from others in the area and make it more attractive to potential patients.
  5. Cost Savings: Offering Class IV laser therapy can also result in cost savings for your practice. By reducing the need for more expensive treatments like surgery or ongoing medication, you can save money and increase your profits.

Overall, offering Class IV laser therapy can be a profitable addition to a chiropractor’s business, providing a new revenue stream, attracting new patients, retaining current patients, and providing a competitive advantage in the marketplace.



10 Reasons to Add Class IV Laser Therapy to Your Practice

Regardless if your practice is Chiropractic, PT, DPM or Veterinary, Class IV Laser Therapy could be a total game changer for you and your clients. Read on to learn why and how.

  1. Versatility: Class IV laser therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, from musculoskeletal pain and inflammation to neuropathic pain, wound healing, fungus, warts & minor surgical procedures. The right laser can work effectively on all of these issues and more.
  2. Non-Invasive: Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment option, making it a great alternative to more invasive treatments like surgery or injections and it meets the needs of patients who wish to avoid pharmaceutical.
  3. Safe: Class IV laser therapy is generally safe and has few side effects. It can be used on patients of all ages and with a wide range of medical conditions.
  4. Effective: Laser therapy has been shown to be effective in reducing pain, inflammation, and swelling, and can also improve range of motion and accelerate healing.
  5. Quick Treatment Time: Laser therapy treatments are typically short, ranging from a few minutes to 20 minutes, making it a convenient option for busy patients and practitioners.
  6. Non-Pharmacological: Laser therapy is a non-pharmacological treatment option, which can be beneficial for patients who are unable to take certain medications or who prefer to avoid pharmaceuticals.
  7. Cost-Effective: Class IV laser therapy can be a cost-effective option, as it can reduce the need for more expensive treatments such as surgery or ongoing medication.
  8. Minimal Downtime: Unlike surgical procedures, laser therapy typically requires little to no downtime, allowing patients to return to their normal activities quickly.
  9. Improved Patient Outcomes: By adding laser therapy to your practice, you may be able to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction, as well as attract new patients who are interested in alternative treatment options.
  10. Growing Demand: As more patients seek out non-invasive, drug-free treatment options, the demand for laser therapy is increasing. By adding this service to your practice, you can stay ahead of the curve and meet the needs of your patients.

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Attention all Doctors and Practitioners –

  • Are you ready to learn how to work less and earn more money for your time?
  • Are you tired of being dependent upon the failing insurance reimbursement system?
  • Are you ready to easily build an additional cash based income stream on top of your current income?
  • Are you ready to offer a proven light based therapy that has a hugely successful patient satisfaction rate?
  • Are you familiar with the 179 Tax Deduction? It specifies that a small to mid-size business can deduct the entire price qualifying outright or financed purchases made during the tax year. This includes certain pieces of equipment and software, making this deduction particularly important for chiropractors and laser practitioners interested in taking their practice to the next level with resources such as a Class 4 Therapy Laser. In layman’s terms, this tax benefit permits you to deduct the entire purchase price of qualifying equipment from your gross income. You can then take a 100% depreciation. If your purchase equaled one hundred thousand dollars during a single tax year, you would end up paying just $65,000 thanks to the 179 Deduction. In other words, you essentially received a 35% discount on integral, practice-improving purchases. works with NCMIC to offer Practitioners Financing.

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Class 4 Laser Therapy Explained

Are you looking for ways to improve the care you provide by utilizing modern technologies such as Class 4 Laser Therapy. 
Even if many of your patients have never heard of it, you can rest assured that once they try it, they will keep coming back and they will refer friends and family. In this article you’ll learn about what this is, how and why it works so well, and how many Practitioners and their patients are enjoying the life enhancing benefits of class 4 laser therapy. We will cover technical details, along with what it’s used to treat, the results you can expect, and how much it costs.


What is Class 4 Laser Therapy and How Does it Compare with Cold Laser Therapy (CLT) and Photobiomodulation (PBM)?

Class 4 laser therapy is a highly effective and efficient form of non-invasive, natural medicine. It has established success in a wide range of rapidly growing health care, pain management, rehabilitation, esthetics, dentistry and veterinary medicine trends. Class IV laser therapy is setting the practitioner standard of care for many of the above mentioned applications including accelerated use for rapid natural pain relief, Arthritis relief, musculoskeletal injuries, post op care and rehabilitation among Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Podiatrists, DO’s, Surgeons, Equine care facilities, Veterinary clinics and Rehab Hospitals. 

Class 4 Laser therapy works significantly faster than cold lasers with substantially more powerful diodes. Both CLT and Class 4 laser therapy can activate PhotoBioModulation (PBM) when they utilize the highly touted 810nm wavelength. Over 95% of Class IV Lasers use specific wavelengths of high power laser light through fiber optic cables, to create therapeutic effects such as 635nm, 810nm, 905nm, 915nm, 980nm and 1064nm. The red and or infrared laser light that is transmitted from the laser in 1, 2, 3 or 4 wavelengths within a single laser, helps stimulate significant intracellular processes inside the body that help provide relief from numerous symptoms including acute and chronic pain, swelling, inflammation, poor cellular communication and reduced range of motion. 

The FDA categories different classes of lasers from Class 1 to Class 4. Class 3b lasers through class 1 are considered cold laser therapy devices, which typically have power of 500mW down to 5mW, with some unique exceptions such as Optical LED’s and Super Pulsed lasers with high peak power but significantly low average power. Whereas the Class 4 laser therapy typically produces heat, which is experienced as a warm soothing sensation. 

For the past couple of decades low power cold lasers became popular due to being readily available for a reasonable price and producing results that left both patients and practitioners cheering for the benefits of laser light therapy. Class IV lasers have previously been priced out of the range of the average practitioners budget, and there was some fear about the fact that they produce heat and could injure the eyes if improperly used. 

As it turned out, the fear was replaced with awe, respect and appreciation, as both patients and practitioners noticed that significant benefits could be successfully and consistently delivered to patients in a faster and more efficient manner than with cold lasers. The success of Class IV Laser Therapy inspired more practitioners to invest in Class IV therapy lasers. As demand increased, the prices  of certain high quality Class 4 lasers such as REMY Class IV Lasers and MEDRAY Class 4 lasers have come down significantly, making it 30-50% more affordable for the average practitioner to offer class 4 laser therapy and realize a reasonable ROI. REMY and MEDRAY Class 4 lasers deliver increased quality, power, wavelength options, built-in protocol options for humans and animals, free training programs with certification, free customized marketing materials and high quality support for all manner of practitioners. 

How does Class 4 Laser Therapy Work?

Due to significantly higher power measured in Watts, rather than milliWatts (for cold lasers), the wavelength of the laser used in Class 4 laser therapy penetrates deeper and more efficiently than the Class 3 laser. This allows it to pass more energy to the target tissues such as nerves, muscles, ligaments, and tendon tissues in a short amount of time. In fact, most sessions range from 2-6 minutes per contained treatment area, which means you can treat injured tissue in multiple areas in a single session, thus improving results and patient satisfaction. 

Class 4 laser therapy promotes high levels of photons, which are energy packets that stimulate the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) within all compromised or injured cells. The Mitochondria within the cells converts photonic energy into ATP, which is readily available to support healing, pain relief and regeneration. It also activates feel good endorphins, reduces inflammation and allows patients to enjoy a higher quality of life, naturally. As a result of increased ATP production the patient experiences an improvement of symptoms such as pain reduction, relief from swelling, and increased range of motion. Additionally, the heat from the laser is comforting and signals to the patient that something important is taking place internally.

Class 4 Laser Therapy Benefits

The benefits of class 4 laser therapy include reduced pain and swelling as well as improved range of motion. Class 4 laser therapy has some very interesting additional effects that we don’t notice as obviously. It increases tissue regeneration, which is why you heal faster, but it also accelerates soft tissue and bone repair. This kind of laser therapy can also improve nerve regeneration & function as well as impact your cells to increase cell metabolism, enzymatic responses, collagen production, and promote angiogenesis (the creation of new blood vessels). So yes, your patients will walk away from class 4 laser therapy feeling better, with dramatically reduced pain, and you can assure them that the therapy continues to work on the cellular level for about 24 hours, to improve overall body and musculoskeletal health after they leave the office.

Class 4 laser therapy is commonly applied to a range of issues including neuropathy, chronic pain of all kinds including knee, shoulder, neck and back pain, all types of arthritis, chronic Achilles tendonitis, elbow pain or tendonitis in the elbow, chronic wrist pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Plantar Fasciitis, neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, leg pain, jaw pain, rotator cuff injury, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, hip pain and more. You can also use the class 4 laser therapy on a wide range of injury sites and extremities to provide relief to your patients.

Now you might be wondering what it feels like to get class 4 laser therapy? It’s possible that some patients might think that laser therapy will hurt, and they’re pleasantly surprised to learn that they will feel some soothing warmth in the treatment area and absolutely no pain. Class 4 lasers provide pain-free relief for your patients and can also be used in conjunction with other treatment modalities such as Chiropractic adjustments, dry needling, acupuncture, massage or in conjunction with physical therapy exercises.

How Much Does Class 4 Laser Therapy Cost?

Most insurance companies consider class 4 laser therapy as “experimental” even though it’s widely used and accepted among medical doctors, chiropractors, and veterinarians. Unfortunately, that “experimental” classification means most insurance companies will refuse to pay for it. While this is unfortunate, most practitioners who add class 4 laser therapy to their practice find that they are quickly able to develop a new cash based income stream, and that the benefits far outweigh the cons.

In many clinics and offices a single class 4 laser therapy treatment is $40-$60 and most patients with book a package of 10-12 treatments in order to ensure the healing and rehabilitation process is complete. The price goes down with cumulative treatments. For example, if a patient only needs 4 visits they can be priced at $40-$50 each and 10 visits could be just $30-$40 each or whatever the market can bear in your area. Prices can increase significantly in more affluent, hight population areas. 

Are You Interested in Adding a Class 4 Therapy Laser to Your Practice?

REMY Class IV Lasers and MEDRAY Class 4 lasers have come down significantly in price, making it 30-50% more affordable for the average practitioner to offer class 4 laser therapy and realize a reasonable ROI. 

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