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1964 51
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1968 101
1969 155
1970 117
1971 108
1972 139
1973 123
1974 153
1975 131
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1977 175
1978 176
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1981 250
1982 259
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1984 341
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1987 229
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1991 249
1992 238
1993 253
1994 214
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1997 280
1998 274
1999 296
2000 305
2001 278
2002 360
2003 391
2004 449
2005 549
2006 575
2007 799
2008 1665
2009 1613
2010 1716
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Overview of Lasers for Flow Cytometry.
Telford WG. Methods Mol Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29071690
Lasers are critical elements of all flow cytometers. Instrument capabilities are dictated by the wavelengths and characteristics of its laser sources. In this chapter, we review the lasers available for flow cytometry, and provide guidance in choosing laser wavelengths and characteristics to best match the analytical needs of biomedical research laboratories....
Lasers are critical elements of all flow cytometers. Instrument capabilities are dictated by the wavelengths and characteristics of i
Basics of Lasers: History, Physics, and Clinical Applications.
Franck P, et al. Clin Plast Surg 2016 - Review. PMID 27363764
Lasers are increasingly used by plastic surgeons to address issues such as wrinkles and textural changes, skin laxity, hyperpigmentation, vascularity, and excess fat accumulation. ...The purpose of this article was to give clinicians with limited exposure to lasers a basic understanding of the underlying science. ...
Lasers are increasingly used by plastic surgeons to address issues such as wrinkles and textural changes, skin laxity, hyperpigmentat
Laser hair removal: a review
Gan SD and Graber EM. Dermatol Surg 2013 - Review. PMID 23332016
Guideline Implementation: Energy-Generating Devices, Part 2-Lasers.
Burlingame BL. AORN J 2017. PMID 28336028
Lasers have been used in the OR for many years and are essential tools in many different types of procedures. However, laser beams that come into contact with unintended targets directly or via reflection can cause injury to patients or personnel or pose other hazards, such as fires. ...This article focuses on key points of the guideline that address the safe use of lasers. These include the components of the laser safety program, the responsibilities of the personnel in roles specific to use of a laser, laser safety measures, and documentation of laser use. ...
Lasers have been used in the OR for many years and are essential tools in many different types of procedures. However, laser beams th
Lasers in flow cytometry.
Telford WG. Methods Cell Biol 2011 - Review. PMID 21704847
Laser technology has advanced tremendously since the first gas lasers were incorporated into early flow cytometers. Gas lasers have been largely replaced by solid-state laser technology, making virtually any desirable visible light wavelength available for flow cytometry. Multiwavelength, white light, and wavelength tunable lasers are poised to enhance our analytical capabilities even further. In this chapter, I summarize the role that lasers play in cytometry, and the practical characteristics that make a laser appropriate for flow cytometry. ...
Laser technology has advanced tremendously since the first gas lasers were incorporated into early flow cytometers. Gas lasers
Lasers in dentistry: separating science from hype.
Dederich DN, et al. J Am Dent Assoc 2004 - Review. PMID 15005437
BACKGROUND: During the last two decades, much has been written in both the scientific literature and the popular press about lasers and their use in the dental office. ...The authors describe the different types of dental lasers and examine the science behind their applications in dentistry. CONCLUSION AND CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: Although lasers do have legitimate uses in dentistry, they do not take the place of any of the more conventional tools in the dentist's armamentarium. ...
BACKGROUND: During the last two decades, much has been written in both the scientific literature and the popular press about lasers a …
Control measurements for lasers in physiotherapy.
Bivona R, et al. G Ital Med Lav Ergon 2017. PMID 29916622
The impact of the new version of the Standard IEC 60825-1 (2014), is also discussed, considering in particular the possible classification in the new class 1C, and the maximum permissible levels for pulsed lasers. ...
The impact of the new version of the Standard IEC 60825-1 (2014), is also discussed, considering in particular the possible classification i …
History of lasers.
Gross AJ and Herrmann TR. World J Urol 2007. PMID 17564717
The pioneers of lasers in clinical urology were Parsons in 1966 with studies in canine bladders and Mulvany 1968 with experiments in calculi fragmentation. The central technological component for the triumphal procession of lasers in urology is the endoscope. Therefore lasers are currently widely used, being the tool of choice in some areas, such as endoscopical lithotriptic stone treatment or endoluminal organ-preserving tumor ablation. ...
The pioneers of lasers in clinical urology were Parsons in 1966 with studies in canine bladders and Mulvany 1968 with experiments in …
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