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photocoagulator

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  • n. An instrument containing a laser, or a xenon flash lamp, which is used in photocoagulation.

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  • n. surgical instrument containing a laser for use in photocoagulation

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Examples

  • Previously, Girkin worked for Keeler, UK, producing instruments for the treatment and diagnosis of a range of ophthalmic diseases, including the first commercial diode laser ophthalmic photocoagulator.

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  • Oct. 21 -- IRIDEX Corporation (Nasdaq: IRIX) today announced the introduction of the IQ 532 (TM) dual-port ophthalmic green laser photocoagulator which will be featured at the 2009 American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in San Francisco.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The IQ 532 adds to the portfolio of photocoagulator systems known for their high quality and reliability, as well as efficient designs for quick and effective depot servicing.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • These new features include a touch-screen control panel, integrated camera control and an ergonomic foot pedal. †™ s first multi-color photocoagulator paired with a photodisruptor to offer the complete treatment solution for the retina practice.

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  • -- The new VISULAS Trion ™ Combi System is the world's first multi-color photocoagulator paired with a photodisruptor to offer the complete treatment solution for the retina practice.

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  • The new VISULAS Trion ™ Combi System is the world's first multi-color photocoagulator paired with a photodisruptor to offer the complete treatment solution for the retina practice.

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