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Miran CO2 Surgical Laser

Affordable alternative for non-invasive surgical procedures

SuperPulse mode to achieve maximum precision with minimal thermal damage to surrounding tissue.

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Gynecology

Dermatology

CO2 ENT Laser

CO2 Veterinary Laser

CO2 Podiatry Laser

Enhanced surgical techniques

Improved patient care. Efficient clinical results 

Providing tools with great results

Surgical Precision

• Thinnest, most accurate incisions possible. ( 50 μm spot size vs 250um)
• Rapid char free ultra pulse modes
• Unsurpassed homeostasis

Customer Service

• 24/7 Customer support
• Onsite installation
• Workshop training

Clinical Results

• Decreased post-op discomfort/swelling
• Unsurpassed homeostasis
• Reduced need for sutures

Continued Education

• Application training
• Annual seminars
• Specialized workshops

Clients share their experience

We have purchased the Miran CO2 surgical laser from Vetrix (By Medcilase), and we are very pleased with the clinical results. The last laser declaw I sent home was jumping around by the next day and doing great. Vetrix is a professional laser company that provides great service and technical support.
Here some facts about us. Our department is a unique setting of laser technology and offers nearly all types of lasers and laser treatments to the public (except ophthalmology). We are part of the surgical clinics in Berlin, with award of 20 beds, an OP and an outpatient clinic. We see more than 1500 patients in the OP and about 6000 patients in the outpatient clinic each year. Recently we bought the MIRAN laser from Mediclase and I must say, I'm very impressed by the superpulse mode and the focus quality of the laser (of which I think it is currently the best in the market, even out passing the former leader DEKA and much better as Sharplan and Martin). I would appreciate a further cooperation with your company with the objective to introduce your photonic bandgap fiber technology into the clinic as I think it is the missing tool to really use the CO2 endoscopically (and we do a lot of endoscopies each year).
Med. Carsten M. Philipp
Leiter Zentrum Lasermedizin Berlin, Germany

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CO2 Gynecology Laser

The CO2 Gynecology laser is equipped with laparoscope and colposcope and capable of treating a vast majority of gynecologic diseases. The CO2 laser is used via laparoscope for conditions such as endometriosis ablation and lysis of pelvic adhesions. Through the colposcope, the CO2 laser is used for vaporization or conization of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. By using a colposcope, cervical lesions can be removed the laser beam is delivered to the desired site in a very precise way.

A micromanipulator can be used to direct the laser beam and to vaporize the lesion under direct vision with adequate margin and depth. Patients with vaginal lesions (condyloma) can be treated with excision if they have only a single large lesion. Laser vaporization is better suited for multiple and smaller lesions. The laser can be guided via colposcope. Vaporization of vaginal condyloma should not be too deep because condyloma is a surface lesion.

Vaporization of the superficial epithelial layer with at least 1 cm of margin around the lesion is sufficient. The benefit of using the CO2 laser is the ability to treat a large area without causing a scar, or narrowing of the lumen.
Many vulvar lesions have been treated with the CO2 laser. Ablation of the dermis layer is adequate for condyloma. VIN (Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia) lesions require a slightly deeper ablation (2-3 mm). Vaporization of skin that is too deep requires the doctor to be more skilled and cautious. Washing the lesions with 5% acetic acid can assist in identifying the involved areas. Laser ablation should be performed approximately 1 cm beyond the margin of the lesion to decrease recurrence.

CO2 Dermatology Laser

The CO2 Fractional Laser provides unique fractional skin resurfacing technology combined with the CO2 MicroPulse mode (10.6 μm wavelength) for advanced anti-aging procedures. The Laser utilizes SubPixel technology which allows controlling the pixel size, pixel density, and the level of heating surounding the pixel columns resulting in enhanced clinical results.

How it Works? CO2 Fractional Laser
DermaXel SubPixel Technology states that selective heating of the target chromophore can be achieved when using laser pulses shorter than the thermal relaxation time (TRT) of the chromophore (time required for chromophore to lose 50% of its heat to surrounding tissue). DermaXel uses an optomechanical flash scanner connected to a MicroPulse carbon dioxide laser. This scanner efficiently distributes laser energy into a train of pulses with a dwell time(2ml) shorter than skin TRT, thus enhancing the MicroPulse CO2 Mode.

CO2 Fractional Laser for Skin Resurfacing 
The CO2 Fractional Laser emits energy onto the surface of the skin. This energy heats water within the surface layers of the skin, causing both the water and the tissue of the skin to turn to vapor. Every time the CO2 Fractional Laser passes over the skin, some of the outermost layers of the skin are removed in a precise and controlled way to the appropriate depth. The skin then heals over a period of time, as new layers of collagen are produced. The skin can literally resurface itself, causing an improvement in the appearance of sun damaged, wrinkles, acne, and scarred skin. After the treatment, the skin will look much younger than it did previously.

Benefits of CO2 Fractional DermaXel Laser:

  • Immediate skin tightening
  • Improve skin laxity and texture
  • Erase unwanted brown spots
  • Smooth wrinkles and acne scars
  • Rejuvenate neck, chest and hands
  • Smooth scars and certain stretch marks

CO2 Podiatry Laser

In Ingrown Toenail (or onychocryptosis) the laser removes the matrix (matricectomy), and destroys the cells of the nail root that cause your nail to grow into your tow. In Fungus Toenail (or mycoticnail) the laser kills off the fungus spores by trimming the nail plate and removing the underlying fungus. Warts, which are viral infections of the foot, are removed by vaporizing the water in the tissue with the laser, and sealing the blood vessels afterwards. Other foot problems such as Neuromas, ulcers, ganglion cyst, and deep-seated Callusescan also be treated by the laser.

Plantar warts are benign (noncancerous) growths that occur on the sole (plantar surface), heel, or ball of the foot and can be treated with the CO2 laser. The weight force from standing and walking often causes them to grow into deep layers of the skin. The human papilloma virus (HPV) causes several different types of warts, which are the most common type of skin infection. Plantar warts can occur when HPV invades the body through tiny cuts or breaks in the skin on the bottom of the feet. Plantar warts usually are rough and spongy, and most are gray or brown with dark pinpoints (tiny capillaries that supply blood to the wart). CO2 Laser treatment is performed in a podiatrist’s office or an outpatient surgery facility using local anesthesia.

The major benefit of laser surgery as compared with traditional foot surgery is that healing time appears to be improved with the laser. Because the laser is a precise tool, it causes less swelling, less tissue damage, and minimal bleeding, patients seem to heal quicker with less pain and less post operative infections.

More Applications:

  • Neuromas
  • Periungual and subungual
  • Porokeratoma ablation

CO2 Veterinary Laser

Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers have become a standard of care in veterinary surgery. Delivering the ideal wavelength (10.6 Ìm) for all soft tissue surgery, CO2 lasers provide increased precision and result in reduced hemorrhage, swelling, pain and tissue trauma.

When the laser beam is defocused, the laser vaporizes the soft tissue, and when the laser is focused the laser can cut like scalpel.  

The laser beam is a highly concentrated and powerful beam of light that interacts with tissue in some extraordinary ways. Surgeons use CO2 surgical lasers because of their outstanding precision. The laser beam is so accurate that an area less than one millimeter in diameter can be treated, while scarcely affecting surrounding tissue. Moreover, CO2 laser surgery is implemented in microsurgery and in rigid endoscopy, enabling surgical precision to a fraction of a millimeter.