LaserVet 3.0 - Laser therapy - Globus
Professional veterinary laser therapy, 3 watts of power and complete with pre-set programs for dogs, cats, horses, small animals and reptiles.
Globus Laservit 3.0 is a professional veterinary laser therapy that can be used up to 3 watts of power.
Laser therapy accelerates healing of injured tissue and improves circulation. Plus, it's ideal
to stimulate the healing of skin wounds and is particularly effective for the treatment of various musculoskeletal pathologies characterized by inflammation and pain.
Laser therapy speeds up healing and the disappearance of pain , both alone and in synergy with other modalities
- Exacerbated osteoarthritis
- Chronic osteoarthritis
- Acute tendinopathy
- Chronic tendinopathy
- Muscle contracture/stretching
- Trigger points
- Acute pain
- Skin wounds
- Chronic skin wounds
- Acute stomatitis/gingivitis
- Sub-acute stomatitis/gingivitis
- Post operative pain
- acute laminitis
- Acute osteoperiostitis
- Chronic osteoperiostitis
- Acute tendonitis
- Chronic tendinitis
- Display: 2.6” size, back lit
- Laser source: Class 4 GaAlAs diode
- Peak Power: 3W ±20%
- Prepared for wavelength: 808nm
- Emission: Pulsed and continuous
- Target area dimensions: Optics Ø 11 mm
- Frequency: Up to 10000Hz
- Power supply: Mains and rechargeable battery
- Dimensions: 10x16x3.5cm
- Weight: 450g
- 1 Bag
- 1 LASERVET 3.0 device
- 808 nm handpiece with Ø 11 mm optics
- 2 Protective goggles
- 1 power supplies
- 1 Operating manual
VETERINARY LASER THERAPY APPLICATIONS
Laser therapy is an instrumental physical therapy that uses laser radiation to facilitate the body's healing processes: it is painless and non-invasive and can be applied to skin wounds to accelerate healing.
Laser therapy can be used in the treatment of various skin and musculoskeletal pathologies in which there is inflammation, edema and pain affecting dogs, cats and horses.
The biostimulant activity favors tissue repair and healing thanks to the increased supply of nutrients and oxygen, the modulation of cellular proliferation and differentiation, as well as the activation of cellular functions and modulation of the organization of extracellular matrix proteins.
The analgesic effect of laser therapy develops through a combination of numerous factors. Laser therapy reduces the inflammatory component in the tissues, modulates the conduction of the pain stimulus, reduces muscle contracture and edema and determines the removal of the proinflammatory markers present in the injured tissue.
Anti-inflammatory and anti-edema
The anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effects are performed through the local modulation of the biochemical markers, through a different tissue distribution of the inflammatory cells, a reduction in the formation of edema and hemorrhage and through the inhibition of the production of molecules with inflammatory activity.