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Intravenous Line Connectors, Recessed-Needle
Intravenous Poles
Irrigation Tips, Surgical Mist
Irrigators, Surgical Site
Jaw Fracture Fixation Devices
Keratomes
Knives, Surgical, Multipurpose, Scalpel, Electrothermal Cautery
Knives, Surgical, Skin Grafting
Laser Contact Probes
Laser Delivery Systems
Laser Delivery Systems, Fiberoptic
Lasers
Lasers, Alexandrite
Lasers, Alexandrite, Dermatologic
Lasers, Alexandrite/Nd:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Argon, Dermatologic
Lasers, Carbon Dioxide, Surgical/Dermatologic
Lasers, Copper Vapor
Lasers, Copper Vapor, Dermatologic
Lasers, Diode, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye/Alexandrite, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye/Nd:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Er:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, ErCr:YSGG
Lasers, ErCr:YSGG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Krypton
Lasers, Krypton, Dermatologic
Lasers, Nd:YAG
Lasers, Nd:YAG, Dermatologic

Adding Retina to a Comprehensive Ophthalmology Practice
Over the past 25 years, several factors have increased the demand for vitreoretinal subspecialist services: the increasing population of baby-boomers, increasing development of treatment options, improvements in surgical instrumentation and outcomes, and an increasing concern about medicolegal considerations in areas that have other retinal physicians readily available to treat potentially blinding emergencies. This paper discusses the ins and outs of expanding to the posterior segment.
Devices for Rejuvenation of the Aging Face
In the field of cosmetic dermatology, there are a variety of options to reverse the physical signs of aging. Many of these options include treatment with devices that induce remodeling of the dermis and epidermis, resulting in a more youthful appearance. In this article, we review the ablative and nonablative devices that are currently available for photorejuvenation of the aging face.
Finding “Big Ideas” in Ophthalmic Innovation
Ophthalmologists are well-known for coming up with original ideas for devices and instruments that allow them to treat patients in a more efficient and cost-effective manner. But if you're thinking of bringing your concept to an ophthalmic company or well-respected venture capital firm, this paper discusses why it should offer more than an incremental improvement over what's currently available in the marketplace.
Improve Your Glaucoma Efforts
As diagnostic technology improves, so does the ease of managing glaucoma. At this point all US states allow ODs to manage glaucoma to a certain degree, and as most glaucoma patients are loyal to their ODs, if you are able to properly manage the disease you can successfully retain this subset of patients. This article will discuss how to diagnose and how to make sure your glaucoma patients return.
Hair Removal for Tanned Patients and Various Skin Types
For the Treatment of Tanned Patients, Skin Type I - IV-Two prospective, controlled studies were conducted to determine the safety and efficacy of the Cutera CoolGlide aesthetic laser for the removal of unwanted hair in tanned patients of skin type I - IV with brown or black hair.
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