The role of laser power and pullback velocity in the endovenous laser ablation efficacy: an experimental study Lasers Med Sciстатья

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[1] The role of laser power and pullback velocity in the endovenous laser ablation efficacy: an experimental study lasers med sci / N. Y. Ignatieva, O. L. Zakharkina, C. V. Masayshvili et al. // Lasers in Medical Science. — 2017. — Vol. 32. — P. 1105–1110. Endovenous laser ablation is an effective and minimally invasive alternative to surgical removal of incompetent veins. However, many controversies concerning optimal laser parameters usage in this procedure still remain. The purpose of this experimental study was to assess the adequate parameters required for vein wall destruction and to evaluate the role of fiber pullback velocity on vessel wall degradation. Varicose vein segments were treated with 1470-nm diode laser 3 to 9.5Win power. The fiber moved through the vein at a velocity of 0.7 or 1.5 mm/s; the applied linear endovenous energy density (LEED) was 40–95 J/cm. The temperature of the vein surface in the course of laser irradiation was controlled by IR thermography. The intact collagen in treated vein specimens was studied by differential scanning calorimetry. The increase in the surface temperature with applied energy was found to be about three times slower for the pullback velocity of 0.7 mm/s than that of 1.5 mm/s. The collagen in the tissue was totally denatured in the case of the surface temperature of about 91 oC. The critical values of LEED ensured complete degradation of vein wall were of 53 and 71.5 J/cm for velocities of 1.5 and 0.7mm/s, respectively. Our experimental study supports the conception that it is laser power and pullback velocity rather than LEED value that determine the temperature as well the collagen framework degradation and therefore the thermal response of procedure. [ DOI ]

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