LUMIX® CW CONTINUOUS AND FREQUENCED LASER
LUMIX® CW is a new double wavelengths, portable laser therapy equipment, that can be used in outpatient clinics, at physicians’ offices and physiotherapy clinics.
LUMIX® CW uses laser energy transmission through optical fibers to transfer the laser light from the source to the treatment area.
Together with the realization of an extremely versatile laser piloting device, this technique allows the LUMIX® CW to mix two types of laser light on a single spot: RED (650nm) and INFRARED (810nm or 1064 nm).
Effects: antalgic! anti-edema! anti-inflammatory! coagulant! photomechanical and photobiostimulant!
LUMIX® CW è is effective because BIDIODIC: high power laser diode in the wavelength of the CONTINUOUS-FREQUENCED and CONTINUOUS laser diode in the wavelength of the RED, that allow to transmit energy to the tissue at the different subcutaneous levels. The high performances, the different biostimulation of the two wavelengths and the resulting thermal effect, allow the operator to work with rapid treatments.
The possibility to interact on the emission mode, through the power regulation and the INFRARED diode frequency, makes LUMIX® CW extremely versatile for all the laser therapy uses in medical and physiotherapeutic field.
LUMIX® CW (Continuous Wave) uses a CONTINUOUS laser diode (2W) in the infrared wavelength with CONTINUOUS and FREQUENCED emission and a diode in the red wavelength with CONTINUOUS emission.
Adopting this type of diode allows LUMIX® CW laser to transmit the tissue a high average output power because this value is considerably close to that of its highest emission power.
It is important for the laser beam to have a wavelength falling within the so called “THERAPEUTIC WINDOW” i.e. 600 to 1400 nanometers. LUMIX® CW laser produces beams in the wavelengths of 650nm (red diode), 810nm or 1064 nm (infrared diode).
Cascade activation system
By means of the cascade activation system the high average power makes the treatments with the laser LUMIX® CW particularly effectives. The effect on the interested area is obtained starting from the skin receiver, by means of chemical-electric messengers transmitted between adjacent cells. The whole process is amplifyed by the particular divergence of the laser beam (about 15 degrees) that helps the subcutaneous scattering.