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HIGH POWER LED


 

The MEDISOL® High-Power LED lamp is a real breakthrough in anti-aging photo-modulation and photodynamic therapy. MEDISOL® is a versatile platform suitable for a broad range of medical and aesthetic indications:
• Anti-aging photomodulation
• Post-surgical care
• Stretch marks
• Acne
• Use in combination with dermatological treatments

 



  • High-power SMD LED
    The new-generation SMD LEDs have very high photo-energetic radiation levels.

    medelisol01Windows PC color touchscreen
    • Programmable treatment duration, energy in J/cm², wavelength and pulse time
    • Pre-recorded protocols
    • Place to save your own protocols
    • User-friendly software

    Built-in Lifetrons speaker system
    • Output: 3 W
    • Standard audio input, 3.5 mm jack
    • Bass Booster system

    5 possible wavelengths
    • Standard: red 630 nm, yellow 590 nm and violet 410 nm
    • Optional: green 530 nm, infrared 830 nm and blue 470 nm

    Rangefinder
    Contains an ultrasonic sonar for optimum calculation of the distance between the LEDs and the skin.

     

  • MEDELISOL - BEFORE / AFTER

  • DIFFERENCES IN VISIBLE LIGHT-INDUCED PIGMENTATION ACCORDING TO WAVELENGTHS 
    A clinical and histological study in comparison with UVB exposure
    Luc Duteil, Nathalie Cardot-Leccia, Catherine Queille-Roussel, Yves Maubert, Yona Harmelin, Fériel Boukari, Damien Ambrosetti, Jean-Philippe Lacour and Thierry Passeron

     
     

    Acne

    Sadick NS. Handheld LED array device in the treatment of acne vulgaris. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2008; 7: 347-350
    Lee SY, You CE and Park MY. Blue and Red Light Combination LED
    Phototherapy for Acne Vulgaris in Patients with Skin Phototype IV.
    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2007; 39: 180-188
    Tremblay JF, Sire DJ, Lowe NJ and Moy RL. Light-emitting diode 415 nm in the treatment of Inflammatory acne. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2006; 8: 31-33
    Goldberg DJ and Russell BA. Combination blue (415 nm) and red (633 nm) LED phototherapy in the treatment of mild to severe acne vulgaris. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser therapy. 2006; 8: 71-75
    Morton CA, Scholefield RD, Whitehurst C and Birch J. An open study to determine the efficacy of blue light in the treatment of mild to moderate acne. Journal of Dermatological Treatment. 2005; 16: 219-223

    Photorejuvenation (periorbital wrinkles)

    Sadick NS. A study to determine the efficacy of a novel handheld light-emitting diode device in the treatment of photoaged skin.
    Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2008; 7: 263-267
    Baez F and Reilly LR. The use of light-emitting diode therapy in the treatment of photoaged skin. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
    2007; 6: 189-194
    Lee SY, et al. A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded, and split-face clinical study on LED phototherapy for skin rejuvenation: Clinical, profilometric, histologic, ultrastructural, and biochemical evaluations and comparison of three different treatment settings. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B. 2007; 88: 51-67
    Bhat J, Birch J, Whitehurst C and Lanigan SW. A Single-Blinded
    Randomized Controlled Study to Determine the Efficacy of Omnilux Revive Facial Treatment in Skin Rejuvenation. Lasers in Medical Science. 2005; 20: 6-10
    Russell BA, Kellett N and Reilly LR. A study to determine the efficacy of combination LED light therapy (830 nm and 633 nm) in facial skin rejuvenation. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2005; 7: 196-200
    Kim JW. Clinical trial of Non thermal 633nm Omnilux LED array for renewal of Photoaging: Clinical Surface Profilometric Results.
    Journal of the Korean society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 2005;
    9: 69-76

    Pain relief

    Baxter GD, Bleakley C, Glasgow P and Calderhead RG. A near infrared LED-based rehabilitation system: Initial clinical experience.
    Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.1: 29-36
    Trelles MA and Calderhead RG. Combined Infrared laser and LED therapy for post mastectomy pain and discomfort: A case report.
    Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.1: 41-45

    In-vivo studies

    Calderhead RG. The Photobiological Basics Behind Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Phototherapy. Laser Therapy. 2007; 16.2: 97-108
    Takezaki S, Omi T, Sato S and Kawana S. Light-emitting diode phototherapy at 630 +/- 3 nm increases local levels of skin-honing T-cells in human subjects. Journal of Nippon Medical School. 2006;
    73: 75-81
    Takezaki S, Omi T, Sato S and Kawana S. Ultrastructural Observations Of Human Skin Following Irradiation With Visible Red Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs): A Preliminary In Vivo Report. Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.4: 153-160
    Calderhead RG. Laser resurfacing today - not all photoscience is photothermal. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2004; 2: 242-243

     

    Pour toutes demandes de documentations, merci de nous contacter.

  • Protocol Built-in protocols plus possibility to save your own protocols
    Photoenergy setting 0-350J/cm²
    Max. power 160 mW/cm² (wavelength 810 nm)
    Treatment area 1250 cm² (4 interchangeable 13 x 25 cm panels)
    Number of high-power LEDs 792 x 1 W / 350 mA LEDs
    Wavelength 415nm / 467nm / 530nm / 590nm / 630nm / 810nm
    Dimensions 52 x 100cm
    Electrical output 650 W
    Weight 20kg

CONTACT US

DELEO
TECHNOPARC EPSILON 1
300 Rue Isaac Newton
83700 St Raphael

+33 (0)4 83 43 66 26

contact@deleo.fr

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