FDA Cleared Therapeutic and Surgical Lasers are Available from Class4Lasers.com
REMY Class IV Lasers are the most Affordable, High Quality Class 4 Surgical Lasers on the market. Surgical training is one of our specialties. We serve the Medical and Veterinary Fields with state of the art Class IV Medical and Surgical Lasers for Therapeutic Applications and Surgical Procedures, with the dual purpose of Accelerated Post Operative Healing.
FDA 510k Cleared for: Coagulation, Evaporation, Excision and Incision.
REMY FX45W, REMY POD30W & REMY VET30W
are FDA CLEARED for Human and Animal Applications of Safe and Effective Laser Surgery. Many Custom Options Also Available.
What is laser surgery?
In laser surgery, a powerful laser with highly focused beam can efficiently ablate, vaporize or chip away at the living tissue in humans and animals. It simultaneously seals (welds) capillaries, small blood vessels, lymphatics and nerve endings. There are significant benefits to both the patient and the surgeon.
The REMY Medical Therapy Laser System is an FDA Cleared Laser Surgical Instrument for use in General and Plastic Surgery Applications in Dermatology, Podiatry and Veterinary Medicine.
Regulation Number: 21 CFR 878.4810
Why use a laser for surgery?
LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser is an optoelectronic device that produces highly concentrated light rays. Laser power may range from milliWatts (in CD-ROM drives and laser pointers) to dozens of Watts (industrial and medical applications) and over trillions of Watts (pulsed lasers in scientific and military applications).
What is laser surgery?
Interaction of laser light with tissue provides a fundamentally different approach to surgery. In laser surgery, a highly focused laser beam can efficiently ablate (either vaporize or chip away) the living tissue. At the same time, it seals (welds) capillaries, small blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerve endings, with significant benefits to both patients and surgeons.
Laser surgery benefits for patients
Less Bleeding: As it cuts, the laser seals small blood vessels. This drastic reduction in bleeding enables many new surgical procedures that are not practical with conventional scalpel.
Less Pain: The laser beam seals nerve endings and lymphatics, resulting in less edema and pain. The patient experiences a far more comfortable post-operative recovery.
Reduced risk of infection: This is one of the unique features of the laser beam. It efficiently kills bacteria in its path, producing a sterilizing effect.
Quicker recovery time: Reduced risk of infection, less bleeding, less pain and less swelling often allow the patient a far quicker recovery after the surgery.
What can you do with a multi-functional therapeutic surgical laser?
• Physical Therapy and Post Op Rehab
• Plastic or Reconstructive Surgery
• Nail Fungus Removal
• Wart and Bunion Removal
• Gynecology surgery
• Proctology surgery
• Veterinary surgery for numerous applications
• ENT surgery
• Vascular surgery
• PLDD surgery
• EVLT surgery
• Cutting warts, Hemorrhoids, fissures, fistula & pilonidal sinus
What Laser Specifications do you need? We can customize a Class 4 Surgical Laser to your exact specifications including:
• 30 Watt, 980nm
• 60 Watt, 980nm
• Dual wave 810nm and 980nm
• TriWave 810nm, 980nm & 1064nm or 1470nm
We have a US Manufacturer who supply our fibers.
Typically 3mm fiber is most common, however we can accept custom order for whatever size fiber you require.
Veterinary medicine requires numerous surgical procedures, which are dramatically enhanced through the use of REMY Surigical Lasers. Superior class 4 laser surgical equipment makes for easy and safe work. Laser surgery examples included below.
Rat Mammary Tumor Rats get a mammary tumor under the skin very commonly. The laser is huge benefit when it comes to removing them with minimal bleeding, which is important in a small animal.
REMY VET30W the Newest Generation of lasers today
Originally there was the CO2 laser and today we have second generation Class 4 Lasers for Surgery
First developed in the 1990s, the CO2 lasers deliver a beam of light through a thin, flexible, hollow waveguide commonly known as a “fiber.” The beam exits through either a pencil-sized handpiece focused by interchangeable, reusable, and autoclavable tips or through a slender, adjustable, tipless handpiece. Both tipped and tipless handpieces have focal lengths of 0.75 to 3 mm and are held very close to the tissue, enabling excellent precision and use in a wide variety of procedures.
The newest REMY second generation lasers also utilize flexible fiber, which becomes an amazingly versatile surgical tool. It is amazing because it’s very lightweight, similar to using a pen. You can use a laser in any way you want at any angle without having to worry about physical limitations. It feels just like you are using a scalpel. The most common, popular and reasonably affordable laser power output is 30 Watts, Dual Wave. REMY VET30W and REMY POD30W are excellent examples of commonly used lasers, both offering extreme versatility of therapeutic and surgical applications. The REMY FX 45 WATT is the highest power commercially available for veterinary applications, and most commonly requested for use with large animals such as horses.
Because lasers generate minimal tissue trauma, post-surgical pain, bleeding, and swelling are all reduced, thus accelerating healing. The laser can be used to seal nerve endings, blood vessels, and lymphatics, giving surgeons more control over the surgical field. The precision offered by the newest generation REMY POD30 and REMY VET30W surgical lasers makes many procedures easier and cleaner. Post-surgical scarring is reduced as well. With second generation laser surgery, hospitalization time will be shorter and the patient will not require as many bandages or rechecks, saving both your team and your clients time and money.
It is precisely because of how well second generation lasers work that they are potentially dangerous. Therefore, it is vital that all personnel involved in laser procedures understand how the equipment works and comply with all associated safety guidelines, including personal protective equipment.
Hazards related to the use of second generation lasers can occur following direct contact with the laser beam as well as from environmental contamination when the laser comes into contact with tissue. Potentially serious skin and eye injuries can result from direct or reflected beams. Just like you wouldn’t wave a scalpel around, you always need to make sure you are using the proper precautions when using a class 4 surgical laser, including protecting your eyes.
Environment-related hazards include the production of airborne contaminants and ignition of flammable substances in the surgical treatment area.
As a precaution when using second generation surgical lasers: Do not use alcohol for surgical patient preparation. Because lasers and alcohol don’t mix, it is preferable to use sterile saline instead.REMY FX 45 WATT
What makes a good surgical laser?
If you are in the market for a second generation surgical laser, it is important to know what to look for before making a purchase.
- Does the laser cut/vaporize cells efficiently?
- Does the laser coagulate, helping to control bleeding while also helping to eliminate it?
- Is the laser powerful enough to meet your patients’ needs?
- A 30 Watt dual wave 980/810nm laser is ideal for surgical procedures and rehabilitation.
- Is the laser serviceable and is there an established service facility in the US?
- Does the laser offer multiple hand-pieces, allowing for the widest range of treatment options?
REMY VET 30 WATT and REMY POD30W SURGICAL and REHABILITATION CLASS 4 LASERS are excellent examples of BEST OF BREED lasers. Both offer extreme versatility of therapeutic and surgical applications. The REMY FX 45 WATT is the highest power commercially available for veterinary applications, and most commonly requested for use with large animals such as horses.