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Laserbehandling utrustning LIS1050 IR 905 nm

24800 kr


Product description


LIS laser therapy equipment 1050-LT1370


Equipment for laser therapy at 905 nm IR.
Adjustable frequency 100 to 10,000 Hz.
1 output.
Graphic display of 240×128 pixels.
50 programs stored.
Internal memory to store 50 programs.
Easy to use: simple to use interface.
Automatic calculation of flow (joules).
Multi-language software.
Automatic head with contact sensor (only the lens comes into contact with skin, starts laser emission).
Ability to connect different laser heads (or pluridiódicos monodiódicos to a maximum power of 800 mW).

Supplied accessories:

Probe MLA1 / 25 mW with power sensor: 1
Power cable: 1
Manual on DVD: 1
Fuses: 2 x 315mA-T
MLA1 head laser (25 mW): 1
Goggles: 2
Interlock (safety key): 1

Optional Accessories:

Maniples Multidiódicos:
ACC681-MLA3 / 75
ACC682-MLA3 / 150
ACC684-MLA5 / 125
ACC685-MLA5 / 2500
ACC687-MLA8 / 200
ACC688-MLA8 / 400
ACC689-MLA / 800

Maniples Monodiódicos:

ACC553-MLA1 / 25
ACC678-MLA1 / 50
ACC679-MLA1 / 100
ACC605 / 1
ACC539 / 2

Technical characteristics:

Food Network
230 Vac, 50-60 Hz ± 10%

115 Vac, 50-60 Hz, ± 10%

Power absorbed by the network max 15 VA
Double fuse network delayed type (T)
230 Vac
115 Vac
315 mA T. 5 x 20 mm
630 mA T. 5 x 20 mm
Plug for Interlock / Safety key DIN plug – 3-pin
Backlit LCD display, for visualizing and controlling the operational parameter Graphic 240 x 128 pixel
Emission wavelength 905 nm Diode Laser
EMP 5032.06 J. m-2
LEA 77.1 mW (Class 3b limit)
107 mrad divergence
NOHD (direct light) 2.89 m
NOHD (diffuse light) 0.00 m
Sensor for IR disclosure external head in the front
Programmable treatment time to 99 minutes
Pulse duration of 100 nsec
Programmable pulse frequency 200-10000 Hz
Pulse duration of 100 nsec
Pulsed Mode 10-100%
Output channels 1
Insulation class I type BF
Hazard Class (93/42 / EEC) IIB
Laser classification 3B
Protocols memorized 50
Protocols memorized in the internal memory 50
Weight 4 Kg
Size 39 x 14 x 30 cm
Applications for laser therapy:

Physiology and effects:
The laser therapy uses the effects of the energy generated emission of laser light (Amplification by Stimulated Emission Ligth of Radiation, light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation). The laser beam penetrates tissue causing bio-chemical responses at the inner cell membrane and mitochondria.

Laser therapy is divided into therapy and touch therapy scan and both types can be used pluridiódico monodiódico or Laser. To contact therapy monodiódicos Laser heads located directly on the cútis used. It operates by stimulation of trigger points or areas of the algesic and therapy requires the physical presence of more determinants operador.Los parameters using lasers applications are: the power density (power output per tissue area density irradiated, measured in W / cm square and is calculated by dividing the output power of laser beam size).
Creep is the most important factor determining the clinical effect of the lasers and measuring the amount of energy emitted per unit area of tissue irradiated parameter, measured in J / cm square and is calculated by multiplying the power density for time exposure. Each protocol provided by Medical Italy indicates creep advised for each type of treatment. It is the operator, based on the area being treated and the laser power, change the time or frequency of treatment, for the purpose of vehicular flow necessary for treatment.

Advantages of laser therapy:

1 Anti-inflammatory effect: due to increased blood flow due to vasodilation. Numerous studies show that the logistics, biological and clinical parameters of inflammation in patients with such reaction are markedly influenced by the laser treatment would act in some of the various biochemical and cellular components involved in
  inflammation thereof.

2 Effects on the peripheral nervous system (analgesic and regenerative effect): Numerous studies both in vivo and in vitro studies demonstrate the existence of biological effects of low energy laser irradiation on the peripheral and central nervous system and its functions : increase neuronal metabolic activity neurophysiological normal reset, preventing neurodegeneration, increased repair capacity and performance of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves.

3 bioestimulante and tissue regeneration Effect: Recent studies have shown signivicativos stimulation effects on connective tissue and on the general mechanisms involved in tissue regeneration. The primary biological effect of the lasers in the connective tissue is the rapid proliferation of fibroblasts in cell culture.

4 Effect on the microcirculation and blood vessels: The laser induces a local microcirculation improving including alleviating local spasms of arteriolar and venular vessels (which occur for example after a trauma or inflammation) determines intensifying nutritional blood flow in capillaries, opening and activation anastomosis
neoangiogenesis processes.

5. immunomodulating effect: the human immune system acts as a defense mechanism against exogenous or endogenous potentially harmful to the body, such as bacteria and viruses.

6 Effects of enzymatic photoactivation: a photon can activate an enzyme molecule, in turn, can trigger a biological process.

7 antipain Action: this is due to increased level of perception of the nerve endings and the release of endorphins.

7 placebo effect: it is important to remember that some studies have concluded that a substantial placebo response must be taken into consideration with the USING IR laser for the treatment of pain.


Temp algia joint. jaw
Arto ghost or causalgia
Arthritis small joints
arthritis hands
arthritis foot
Bursitis Oleocránica
prepatellar bursitis
Atopic dermatitis (localized forms)
myofascial pain
recent edema
plantar fasciitis
Low back pain
Ankylosing spondylitis
acute myalgia
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Post-herpetic neuralgia
Neuralgia VII (facial)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
disc syndrome
shoulder Pain
Collateral Ligament Stretch
Achilles tendinitis
decubitus ulcers
diabetic ulcers