Using of Nd:YAG-Laser 1,06 and 1,32 μm in the Treatment of Rectal Cancer
In 1987 we started the following. experimental programme with Nd:YAG laser which works on the wavelengths of 1,06 and 1,32 um. Laser was developed in the Czech Technical University in Prague. Its power output is 100 W on 1,06 and 1,32 um and 40 W.
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