CO2 Laser Surgical Lasers

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Precision and Control

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) lasers have become a standard of care in veterinary surgery. CO2 lasers provide increased precision and result in reduced haemorrhaging, swelling, pain and tissue trauma.

Our 20W CO2 Laser delivers the ideal wavelength (10.6 μ m) for all soft tissue surgery and is packaged to provide all you need.

CO2 Laser
Wavelength 10.6 μ m
Power to Tissue 0.5 - 20W
Ultra-pulse 10ms - 1000ms
Laser Operation Modes Continuous Wave (CW), Pulse, Ultra Pulse
Cooling Closed Loop Liquid
Articulated Arm 7 joint articulated arm
CO2 Laser CO2 Laser Screen 1

Clinical Benefits

  • Less Pain - The laser seals nerve endings as it cuts. So the patient will have less pain.
  • Less Bleeding - The laser seals small blood vessels during surgery and speeds up surgery by minimising bleeding.
  • Less Swelling - No physical contact except the invisible laser beam. The surrounding tissue will not be crushed, enhancing healing.
  • Sterilisation - The laser sterilises the surgical site as it cuts. Bacteria and viruses are vaporized by the laser during laser surgery.
  • Faster Recovery - Less bleeding, tissue trauma, pain and local swelling will result in faster healing.
  • Precision - The beam direction and power can be controlled precisely to remove thin layers of tissue and produce minimal side effects on the surrounding healthy tissue.
  • Reduced hospitalisation time - All of above factor will greatly reduce the procedure time.
  • Touchscreen interface - Ease of changing power, pulse modes and provides full range of surgical applications.

Veterinary Applications

  • General Surgery - Neutering and Castrations, Cystotomies and Enterotomies, Tumour Removals, Thyroidectomy, Musculoskeletal Surgeries, Anal Sac Removals
  • Oral, Ear, Nose and Throat - Oral tumours, Gingivectomies, BOAS surgery, Laryngeal surgery, Ear Canal Ablations, Aural Haematomas
  • Ophthalmology - Distichia, Entropion, Eyelid Tumours, Sclera and Conjunctivae tissue removal
  • Dermatology - Lick Granulomas, Sebaceous Adenomas and Cysts, Cutaneous Skin Tumours and growths, Pododermatitis
  • Exotics - Bumblefoot, Skin and internal tumours, Neutering, Eye and Facial growths and lesions, Anal Sac Removals.
  • Equine - Sarcoid Tumours, Melanomas, Internal and external growths, Castrations, Guttural Pouch and Laryngeal surgeries, Entrapped Epiglottis, Palmar digital neurectomy, Colic Surgery.
  • Amputation - The laser is particularly good at amputations. Minimal Bleeding and nerve ending cauterisation to reduce phantom pain
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Download product information

Click here to download product information sheet on the VBS 20W CO2 Veterinary Surgical Laser.
Click here to download product information sheet on the VBS 30W CO2 Veterinary Surgical Laser.