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1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA): an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies

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1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA) : an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies. / Leclère, Franck Marie; Schoofs, Michel; Vogt, Peter; Casoli, Vincent; Mordon, Serge.

julkaisussa: LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE, Vuosikerta 30, Nro 4, 01.05.2015, s. 1269-1273.

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Leclère, FM, Schoofs, M, Vogt, P, Casoli, V & Mordon, S 2015, '1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA): an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies', LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE, Vuosikerta. 30, Nro 4, Sivut 1269-1273. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10103-015-1711-z

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Leclère, F. M., Schoofs, M., Vogt, P., Casoli, V., & Mordon, S. (2015). 1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA): an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies. LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE, 30(4), 1269-1273. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10103-015-1711-z

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Leclère FM, Schoofs M, Vogt P, Casoli V, Mordon S. 1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA): an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies. LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. 2015 touko 1;30(4):1269-1273. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10103-015-1711-z

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Leclère, Franck Marie ; Schoofs, Michel ; Vogt, Peter ; Casoli, Vincent ; Mordon, Serge. / 1950-nm diode laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA) : an innovative surgical tool for hand surgery emergencies. Julkaisussa: LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 30, Nro 4. Sivut 1269-1273.

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abstract = "Based on previous observations, the 1950-nm diode laser seems to be an ideal wavelength for laser microvascular anastomoses. The data presented here, part of a larger ongoing study, assess its use in emergency hand surgery. Between 2011 and 2014, 11 patients were operated on for hand trauma with laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA) and prospectively analysed. LAMA was performed with a 1950-nm diode laser after placement of equidistant stitches. For vessel size 2 (spot duration 1/0.9 s). Mean operating time for arterial and venous microanastomoses was 7.3 ± 1.4 and 8.7 ± 1.0 min, respectively. Three anastomoses required a secondary laser application. Arterial and venous patency rates were 100 {\%} at the time of surgery. The success rate for the 11 procedures assessed clinically and with the Doppler was 100 {\%}. The technique is compared to the current literature. The 1950-nm LAMA is a reliable tool with excellent results in emergency hand surgery. The system is very compact and transportable for utilization in the emergency operating room.",
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AU - Mordon, Serge

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N2 - Based on previous observations, the 1950-nm diode laser seems to be an ideal wavelength for laser microvascular anastomoses. The data presented here, part of a larger ongoing study, assess its use in emergency hand surgery. Between 2011 and 2014, 11 patients were operated on for hand trauma with laser-assisted microanastomoses (LAMA) and prospectively analysed. LAMA was performed with a 1950-nm diode laser after placement of equidistant stitches. For vessel size 2 (spot duration 1/0.9 s). Mean operating time for arterial and venous microanastomoses was 7.3 ± 1.4 and 8.7 ± 1.0 min, respectively. Three anastomoses required a secondary laser application. Arterial and venous patency rates were 100 % at the time of surgery. The success rate for the 11 procedures assessed clinically and with the Doppler was 100 %. The technique is compared to the current literature. The 1950-nm LAMA is a reliable tool with excellent results in emergency hand surgery. The system is very compact and transportable for utilization in the emergency operating room.

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