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ruby laser

Dermatology A high-speed laser used for hair removal and permanent hair reduction over large areas of the body. See Laser.
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Response of naevus of Ota to Q-switched ruby laser treat-ment according to lesion colour.
The QS ruby laser (QSRL) delivered longer-lasting skin-lightening results in less time, but the topical therapy is less expensive and has a lower risk of adverse events, wrote Dr.
He said his team's original ruby laser was "pulsed," but in 1961, he and his then-boss Willard S.
The doctor explained they would be using the Q-switched Ruby laser.
While some military laser systems, such as the AN/VVG-2 laser rangefinder used in the M60A3, still used a ruby laser operating in the visible region of the spectrum at 0.
The red light spectrum produced by the ruby laser is emitted in extremely short, high-energy pulses.
The Ruby laser works best on those people with blackish-brown circles due to excess skin pigmentation.
The ruby laser - originally devised to remove tattoos - is attracted by the dark pigment in the hair and produces heat which burns out the hair.
The Epitouch Ruby laser works by producing a light which is highly absorbed in hair but only minimally absorbed by the skin.
Except in the case of a ruby laser excitation where a train of picosecond-type pulses is used, the incident energy dose required to achieve polymerization is in the range of a few mJ (or even less) and is almost independent of the time profile of the excitation (1 intense light pulse of 8 or 20 ns duration or a [10.
However, if we consider the case of the ruby laser depicted in Figure 4 we see that the laws governing this case are a mixture of phenomenological descriptions of how ruby behaves together with a theoretical account used to characterize three level laser systems which include the ruby laser.
The first tested solid-state laser was the three-level ruby laser, which used chromium-doped aluminum oxide ([Al.