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Appropriate eye shields for CO2 laser are necessary.
Roenigk's Dermatologic Surgery: Current Techniques in Procedural Dermatology
CO2 laser treat- ment around the eyes requires nonreflective metal eye shields to be placed over the patient�s sclerae.
Radiosurgery versus carbon dioxide laser for dermatochalasis correction in Asians
The side treated with CO2 laser was protected with laser-safe stainless steel eye shield ; and that treated with radiosurgery was protected with plastic eye shield.
First annual meeting of the Society for Technology in Anesthesia January 18�20, 1991 Orlando, Florida
The Dermacare laser safety eye shield , anesthesia circuit shield, and personnel/anesthesia laser shield (drape) were tested by aiming first the Nd-YAG and then the CO2 laser perpendicularly at five different areas on these three products.
Laser and IPL Technology in Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine
Ablative lasers such as CO2 and Er:YAG lasers (wavelengths 10.600 nm and 2.940 nm, respectively) are more likely to lead to corneal damage by way of the target chromophore water. To avoid lesions to the eyes , both doctor and patient must always use wave- length-specific eye protection and/or special protective eye shields when treatment is administered to this region.
Handbook of Lasers in Dermatology
� Optical glass filters the light from the CO2 laser , but eye - wear must still have peripheral shields .
Laser - Surface Interactions
Very rarely, non Q-switched laser treatments, like CO2 or argon lasers , which are very rarely offered these days, can rupture blood vessels and aerosolizes tissue requiring a plastic shield or a cone device to protect the laser operator from tissue and � Protective eye -wear may be worn if the laser operator choose to do so.
Advanced Techniques in Dermatologic Surgery
If fullness of the lateral brow is because of the descent of the SOOF, sculpt this region with the CO2 laser defocused beam (Fig. 12G). To create a more defined lid crease, remove the metal eye shield .