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KTP laser in the office

KTP laser surgery offers a new way of selectively targeting microvasculature within laryngeal lesions and leaving normal surrounding tissues like epithelium and lamina propria intact – and thus preserving physiological phonation. This kind of selective photoangiolysis can be performed in...

Carleton Announce new KTP laser

Carleton Medical Ltd, a leading supplier of both Co2 and KTP surgical lasers for ENT, has announced the release of a new laser.

KTP laser ablation for early glottic cancer

TLM for glottic carcinoma has historically been performed with a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser. A much smaller literature base has examined the use of potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) laser in this context. This retrospective chart review aims to fill that...

In-office KTP laser excision of a vocal process granuloma

The KTP laser is increasingly being used in an outpatient setting – particularly in North America – to treat various laryngeal pathologies including papillomas, leukoplakia, dysplasia and vascular lesions. This article reports the use of the KTP laser in the...


State of the art technology in the operating room – fiber guided. The ideal green (KTP/ARGON) high power laser (8W, cw power) for surgical applications, table top design, modular and fiber guided applicators. Highly absorbed in melanin and haemoglobin. Non-contact...

Carleton Introduce New 445nm Blue Laser

Carleton Medical are the new UK distributor for the BlueScan ENT 445nm Laser from manufacturer InterMedic.

Will the Soluvos Medical team see you this Autumn?

Soluvos Medical is supporting the Finnish Laryngology meeting in Helsinki, 17-18 September 2020.

Is canal wall down with obliteration a useful compromise between canal wall up procedure and open mastoid cavities?

Controversy has raged for many years between open mastoid cavity procedures and canal wall up techniques in terms of postoperative recidivism and ear discharge. It is generally believed that canal wall up procedures can miss hidden cholesteatoma but preserve useful...

Modernising scientific careers and audiology in the United Kingdom

Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC) is an education and training strategy for 51 disciplines in healthcare science within the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom (UK). Some of these disciplines lacked clear training routes as well as registration opportunities...

Coblation for laryngeal granulomas

Laryngeal granulomas remain notorious for their tendency to recur after surgical removal. Although high rates of complete remission have been reported with use of the potassium-titanyl-phosphate (KTP) laser, this equipment is expensive and not available in all units performing ENT...

New MultiPulse DUO Co2 Laser for ENT

The new DUO laser from Jena Surgical combines 40 or 60 Watts Ultra Pulsed Co2 power, a digital scanning micromanipulator and flexible Co2 fibre delivery in a new platform for ENT.

Multiple surgeries for RRP – does a greater number of operations result in a worse voice outcome?

Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (RRP) of the larynx remains a challenging condition to treat, with a number of affected patients requiring multiple operations to remove recurrent disease over the course of their lifetime. At the most severe end of the spectrum,...
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