Research

Papers and Journals 

1. Light is Light. Photomedicine and Laser Surgery. 2005;23(2):159-160. Authored by Enwemeka C S. [spacer height="6px"] 2. Light Therapy by Blue LED Improves Wound Healing in an Excision Model in Rats. Injury. 2011 Sep;42(9):917-21. Authored by Adamskaya N, et al. [spacer height="6px"] 3. The Comparison of Effects Between Pulsed and CW Lasers on Wound Healing. Journal Clinical Laser Med Surg. 2004 Feb;22(1):15-8.
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Al-Watban FA, Shang XY. [spacer height="6px"] 4. Effects of Low-Level Laser Therapy on Wound Healing. Rev Col Bras Cir. 2014 Mar-Apr;41(2):129-33. Authored by Andrade Fdo S, Clark RM, Ferreira ML. [spacer height="6px"] 5. Low Power Laser Treatment of Musculoskeletal Disorders and Body Measurements of the Equine Athlete.
     
Proc. SPIE 1353, First International Conference on Lasers and Medicine, (1990) 92. Authored by Antikas TG. [spacer height="6px"] 6. Low-Power Laser (LPL) effects in Equine Traumatology and Post-Surgically.
     
Proc. SPIE 1424, Lasers in Orthopedic, Dental, and Veterinary Medicine, (1991) 186. Authored by Antikas TG. [spacer height="6px"] 7. Effect of Pulsing in Low-Level Light Therapy. Lasers Surg Med. (2010) Aug;42(6):450-66. Authored by Hashmi JT et al. [spacer height="6px"] 8. Meta-Analysis of Pain Relief Effects by Laser Irradiation on Joint Areas. Photomed Laser Surg. (2012) Aug;30(8):405-17. Authored by Jang H, Lee H. [spacer height="6px"] 9. Equine Wound Healing:  Influence of Low Level Laser Therapy on an Equine Metacarpal Wound Healing Model. 
     
Photon Lasers Med 1 (2012): 117–122. Authored by Jann HW et al. [spacer height="6px"] 10. Treatment of Chronic Back Pain in Horses - Stimulation of Acupuncture Points with a Low Powered Infrared Laser. 
     
Veterinary Surgery, (1987)16, 1, 106-110. Authored by Martin BB, Klide AM.  [spacer height="6px"] 11. A Study of the Effects of Lasering on Chronic Bowed Tendons at Wheatley Hall Farm Limited, Canada, January, 1983. 
     
Lasers in Surgery and Medicine (1983) 3: 55-59. Authored by McKibbin LS, Paraschak DM. [spacer height="6px"] 12. Use of Laser Light to Treat Certain Lesions in Standardbreds. Mod Vet Pract. (1984) 65(3):210-3. Authored by McKibbin LS, Paraschak D. [spacer height="6px"] 13. Evaluation of Gallium Arsenide Laser for Treatment of Equine Tendinitis. (2008). 131 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Medicina Veterinária) Authored by Mikail SC. [spacer height="6px"] 14. Comparison of Pre- and Post-Treatment Pain Scores of Twenty One Horses with Laminitis Treated with Acupoint and Topical Low Level Impulse Laser Therapy.
      
AJTCVM (2011) Vol 6, No.1.Authored by Petermann U. [spacer height="6px"] 15. Laser Acupuncture Treatment of Infected Arthritis and Tendosynovitis in Horses. Authored by Petermann U. [spacer height="6px"] 16. The role of laser acupuncture in equine back problems. Authored by Petermann U. [spacer height="6px"] 17. Clinical Use Of Low Level Laser Therapy. Postgraduate Course in Veterinary AP, Dublin, 1996 Authored by Rogers PAM. [spacer height="6px"] 18. Low Level Laser Therapy in Horses. Laser Therapy, 1 (1989) (1): 31-35. Authored by Yamada, H. et al. [spacer height="6px"] 19. Antimicrobial Blue Light Therapy for Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter Baumannii Infection in a Mouse Burn Model:
      Implications for Prophylaxis and Treatment of Combat-Related Wound Infections.
 
J Infect Dis. (2014) Jun 15;209(12):1963-71. Authored by Zhang Y, et al.

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