Veterinary Laser Surgery
Surgical lasers have become a very important part of Veterinary medicine. The advent of the surgical laser has improved the treatment of many disease states previously treated with a scalpel or electrosurgical unit.
Petlas is designed for applications in minimally invasive surgery, open surgery and bio-stimulation for small and large animal care. Emitting in the near infra-red portion of the spectrum, it has unsurpassed absorption in water and hemoglobin, which allows controlled tissue ablation and enables a bloodless field for most surgical procedures. Unlike other lasers, Peltlas cuts and coagulates optically with negligible tissue damage, charring, or recession. Many procedures using Petlas are pain-free, minimizing or even eliminating the need for anesthesia. Laser surgery means less pain, blood loss, and swelling as well as a reduction in post-surgical infections.
Clinic Applications


• Acral Lick Granuloma Ablation
• Anal Sac Abcessation
• Castration
• Ceruminous Adenocarcinoma
• Chronic Ulcer Debridement and Sterilization
• Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture – Debridement
• Cutaneous Masses – Tags, Inclusion Cysts, Papillomas
• Declaw
• Deep Mass Removal
• Epibulbar Melanoma
• Fibrosarcoma
• Graft Bed Preparation – Infected Wounds
• Granulation Tissue Shaving
• Hemangiopericyoma
• Hemostasis
• Hepatic Carcinoma – Partial Hepatic Lobectomy
• Liposarcoma Resections

• Malignant Melanoma
• Mast Cell Tumors
• Perianal Fistulas
• Perianal Tumors
• Perianal Urethostomy Stricture Revisions
• Pericardectomy
• Rhabdomyxoma of Flank
• Squamous Cell Carcinoma
• Subtotal Prostatectomy
• Tendon Sheath Tumors
• Thyroidectomy
• Transitional Cell Carcinoma of Bladder
• Traumatic Wound Debridement
• Tumor Bed Ablations
• Tumor/Mass Removal
• Urethral Prolapse Resections
• Urinary Bladder Polyps
• Vaginal Tumors – Leiomyoma, SCC and Fibrosarcoma

Veterinary Laser Therapy
Laser therapy uses light to favor and accelerate the body’s natural healing processes. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy penetrates the tissue where it interacts with various molecules (chromophores) that cause different biological effects. It produces a photochemical, photothermal and photomechanical effect.. Laser therapy can be a complementary and effective treatment solution for all kinds of animals.
Petlas offer high power density 15watts with minimal portable size….
Why is power so important?
If wavelength determines a laser energy’s depth of penetration then power determines it's saturation at the targeted depth. It would be a mistake to consider one without the other. Power (Watts) is the number of photons of radiation you can deliver per unit time. The energy deposited (Joules) is the accumulation of these photons over time (1 Watt=1 Joule per 1 second). By starting out with more Watts at the surface, more will penetrate to desired depth.
For an illustration, consider the following:
1 Watt laser: 40 seconds to deliver 10 Joules of energy to a 4cm depth
4 Watt laser: 10 seconds to deliver 10 Joules of energy to a 4cm
The higher-powered laser will be able to deliver therapeutic doses to deeper targets in a shorter amount of time.
Laser For Wound Healing
Laser therapy can significantly reduce healing time for all kinds of wounds.
Laser Assisted Rehabilitation Outcomes
Laser assisted rehabilitation can be combined with other treatment modalities to reduce recovery times and enhance outcomes in the following ways:
Restore mobility after surgery
Improve function and quality of movement after an injury
Manage acute and chronic pain
Improve quality of life for the geriatric and arthritic patients
Increase strength, range of motion, endurance and performance
Reduction of pain, swelling and complications after surgery or trauma
Related product:
PERALAS 15watts 980nm
CHERYLAS 30watts 980nm
Using Laser Therapy, vets are able to implement rehabilitation treatment plans to restore mobility, strengthen muscles and joints and help heal animals faster while focusing on reducing pain post operatively.