Professor Endre Mester, a surgeon with a soft laser, developed in 1971 as the first treatment for diabetes in the world
Wounds with a poor tendency to heal started to heal under the influence of laser radiation.
His successful treatment method was a breakthrough in curing the complications of diabetes and saved countless legs from amputation.
Nowadays, laser treatment is a proven and accepted adjunctive treatment for diabetic leg ulcer, which usually develops in one in four diabetics.
Treating diabetic ulcers is a process lasting several weeks to months that is almost impossible to complete in a hospital setting until complete recovery.
The special optical system of Safe Laser devices transforms the laser light in such a way thatall its healing properties are retained, but it will be completely harmless to the eye. Thus, the treatment can be performed by anyone in the comfort of their own home and the number of treatments is not limited by the often congestion of healthcare.
It is stimulated by laser treatment
- blood circulation in the capillaries,
- protein synthesis,
- cell growth,
- sugar (glucose) metabolism
- blood vessel formation (angiogenesis)
- energy production (ATP),
- improves the supply of oxygen to the tissues
- reduces inflammation ...
- Required dose is 4 Joules per point
For SL150, 3 minutes per point
At SL500 Infra 1 minute per point
SL1800 Infra 1 minute per point (4x larger user interface)
- Frequency of treatment: 3-5 times a week
- The laser is packed in folpack to protect it from dirt!
- Where there is no open wound, treat by contact (touch the laser to the skin)
- With an open wound, approx. Keep the device 1 cm away from the surface.
- The laser can also be used with most smart bandages and can be illuminatedthrough a bandage. In this case, apply twice the treatment time.
Safe Laser devices effectively supplement proven treatment methods, reduce patient pain, promote faster recovery, and reduce the chances of complications.