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KTP laser

laser in the blue-green to green (532-nm) spectrum, used for hemostasis; produced by doubling the frequency of an Nd:YAG laser by passing the beam through a KTP crystal.
[K (potassium) Titanyl Phosphate]

KTP la·ser

(lā'zĕr)
Device in the blue-green to green (532 nm) spectrum, used for hemostasis; produced by doubling the frequency of an Nd:YAG laser by passing the beam through a KTP crystal.
[K (potassium) Titanyl Phosphate]
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The KTP laser uses a wavelength of 532 nm by passing a light of a rapidly pulsed Nd:YAG laser (wavelength = 1064 nm) through a potassium titanyl phosphate crystal.
We performed several partial treatments with a 532 nm KTP laser (4 mm spot size, 20 J/[cm.
The first human study was reported in 2003 in which authors reported their 1-year followup results of 10 patients who were treated with 80W KTP laser.
KTP laser PVP was introduced at the Mayo Clinic in an effort to combine the outstanding tissue debulking properties of TURP with the positive safety profile of laser surgery, (7) and it is rapidly gaining worldwide recognition.
The use of the KTP laser, an added value for tooth bleaching.
6-cm KTP laser fiber, $125; and argon beam coagulator delivery device, $25.
Six or fewer weekly treatments with the Aura 532-nm variable-pulse KTP laser produced up to 95% improvement in inflammatory lesions in all 175 patients with Fitzpatrick skin types I-V and mild to moderate acne on the face, chest, back, or arms.
Because of its unprecedented high power, the KTP laser pulses, delivered through a fiber the thickness of a hair inserted in the urinary passage, completely vaporize obstructive prostate tissue.
Photocoagulation of microvascular and hemorrhagic lesions of the vocal fold with the KTP laser.
Office-Based 532 nm Pulsed KTP Laser Treatment of Glottal Papillomatosis and Dysplasi," Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology 115, no.
GreenLight 80-W KTP laser PVP has gained increasing acceptance as demonstrating low morbidity, satisfactory efficacy outcomes and a relatively short learning curve.