Compared with surgery, percutaneous laser decompression surgery is the least aggressive treatment (suitable for nucleus pulposus without prolapse of the outer layer). Pulsed laser vaporizes the protruding disc nucleus pulposus, reducing or eliminating nerve compression and stimulation.
• Intelligent hardware control system. • Stable and continuous power delivery thanks to the liquid cooling system • 980nm 60W max in CW mode for versatile treatment • Combination of treatment data storage and patient data storage. • Nature-touched LCD allowing easy and rapid set-up.
• The success rate is 70-89% • The complication rate is mainly intervertebral discitis, which is 0.3-1.0% • The average time to resume normal activities is 1 week • After 23 years of long-term follow-up, the recurrence rate is only 4-5%
• The treatment principle of percutaneous laser disc decompression (PLDD) is based on the concept of the intervertebral disk being a closed hydraulic system for achieving decompression and neuromodulation thereby relieving the pain. • The PLDD sets are compatible with the Mercury 980nm. • Each physician could adopt this great tissue interaction system.
• Rapid pain relief • Speed up wound healing • Eliminate inflammation • Enhance blood circulation