Currently the work on staring-up the series production of laser lancet ERBIMED is being carried out. The expected execution date of the registration certificate is November, 2014.
The lancet is intended for use by professional medical personnel for the collection of blood samples from patients in health care facilities, laboratories, blood transfusion stations and other medical institutions where the capillary blood is collected.
The laser lancet is made with regard to the pulsed erbium laser (YAG: Er) with a wavelength of 2.94 microns. The light optical absorption constant in water which contents in human tissues reaches up to 85%, at the given wavelength reaches extremely high values, which allows making a "microchannel" during the shortest possible time of 1/4000 sec. due to the evaporation of biological tissues. The finger's punching procedure is made with minimal pain due to the absence of mechanical contact. The formed channel structure has a smooth, non-carbonated surface with good wound healing capability.
Yes. A distinctive feature is that the puncture is non-contact, in contrast to the use of metal needles, which are directly "penetrated" into the biological tissues and have contact with blood.
In addition, the puncture is made with the use of disposable plastic caps that ensure hygiene in the area of contact between adjacent tissues with the lancet, as well as protect the focusing lens of the device from the evaporation products.
Lancet, manual, CD ROM with video instructions, disposable caps (1000 pcs.),AC-power adapter, foot pedal.
Yes. You can download a detailed video instruction from our official web-site, contact our distributors or our call center by phone.
Standard 12-month warranty period.
NO. The use of goggles is not required with regard to the fact that a) the laser radiation is extremely small (single-pulse mode), b) the lancet design provides the protective shifting cap c) the lancet's wavelength 2940 nm has a very high absorption of water, and therefore the unfocused laser radiation is safe for the human eye.