Frequency-adaptable Superpulsed Laser

Superpulsed emission consists in sending a burst of successive laser pulses at a carrier frequency of 18KHz. It provides a maximum amount of energy that is identical regardless of the frequency, without heating the tissue and while preventing any cell deterioration.


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Pulsed emission: a fundamental choice

The emission of laser radiation can be continuous, modulated, pulsed or superpulsed. The therapeutic effect of the laser is thus radically modified.


Continuous, it is necessarily low power, to avoid burning the tissue. Energy penetration is therefore reduced: these lasers are recommended for surface treatment (injuries, dermatitis…).


Modulation is a variation of the continuous mode. In practice, emission is repeatedly interrupted, at a defined rhythm, and with programmed emission and stop times. The technology is the same as continuous low power emission. The idea here is to provide energy, as with continuous emission, but by applying a cadenced luminosity whose effect has been proven to be largely superior to constant luminosity (habituation of the biological receptors).


In pulsed emission, the laser radiation is emitted for very short periods called pulses. The pulses last less than 100 ns and are repeated at one of the therapeutic Nogier frequencies (U or A to G with the % of variation). An initial advantage of this mode of pulse is to provide laser radiation at the power required to penetrate to the deepest cells, at the time of the pulse peak (peak at 15 or 100 watts). These are therefore irradiated very rapidly but with enough energy to trigger the expected biological reaction.


In Superpulsed emission, the pulses are replaced by bursts of pulses at a high frequency.

Super pulsed emission enables the use of occasional, relatively significant power, called peak power (100W).

Note: This mode should not be confused with the “modulated” mode, in which the radiation frequency is adapted but which uses long pulses and low peak power (up to 500 mW).

Advantages of a Superpulsed emission


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