HOW LASER BEEN USED
Currently co2 laser has been widely used in veterinary surgery procedures.
The common clinic applications of CO2 laser include declaws, tumor removal,
spays and neuter, and amputations.
- Declaws -
Scalpel blade or a nail trimmer is the traditional way of declaws, that
was painful and time consuming. Laser surgery to declaw will make
cats have little pain.
- Ear Hematoma - One of the CO2 laser features, selectively and gently
going through layers of tissue, makes the CO2 laser excellent
for ear hematoma due to the small opening needed to drain the fluid.
- Skin Tumor -
Laser can completely ablate the small tumors lesion and
make pets have less discomfort during the recovering time.
- Dog Neuter - CO2 laser can also treat dog neuters
due to the advantages of minimal bleeding and less pain.
- Amputation - The laser is particularly good at amputations.
Minimal bleeding during the laser surgery allows the surgery to
perform much faster.