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Smart CO2 laser surgical system based on autodyne monitoring of laser-evaporated biotissues: first results in oncology
Author(s): A. K. Dmitriev; G. A. Varev; A. N. Konovalov; V. N. Kortunov; V. Ya. Panchenko; I. V. Reshetov; O. V. Matorin; V. F. Maiboroda; V. A. Ul'yanov
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Paper Abstract

New method based on techniques of self-induced autodyne effect for diagnostics and control of laser-tissue evaporation by radiation of high-frequency pumped waveguide CO2 laser is developed. This method is used for creation of feed-back for smart CO2 laser surgical system of "Lancet" series. The results of medical testing of the smart laser surgical system are presented.

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Date Published: 7 December 2006
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 5973, Current Research on Laser Use in Oncology: 2000-2004, 59730R (7 December 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.640143
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A. K. Dmitriev, Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
G. A. Varev, KBP Instrument Design Bureau (Russia)
A. N. Konovalov, Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
V. N. Kortunov, Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
V. Ya. Panchenko, Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
I. V. Reshetov, P.A. Hertzen Cancer Research Institute (Russia)
O. V. Matorin, P.A. Hertzen Cancer Research Institute (Russia)
V. F. Maiboroda, KBP Instrument Design Bureau (Russia)
V. A. Ul'yanov, Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5973:
Current Research on Laser Use in Oncology: 2000-2004
Andrei V. Ivanov; Mishik A. Kazaryan, Editor(s)

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