The pulsed dye laser: its use at 577 nm wavelength.

@article{Garden1987ThePD,
  title={The pulsed dye laser: its use at 577 nm wavelength.},
  author={Jerome M Garden and Oon Tian Tan and J. A. D. Parrish},
  journal={The Journal of dermatologic surgery and oncology},
  year={1987},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={134-8}
}
The ability to increase laser-induced cutaneous blood vessel damage selectivity is dependent upon optimizing various intrinsic laser parameters. Varying the laser emission wavelength, pulse duration, and/or incident energy dosage allows the clinician potential improvement in the laser treatment of cutaneous small blood vessel processes such as port-wine hemangioma and telangiectasia. The pulsed dye laser at 577 nm and a pulse duration of 300 to 400 microseconds, incorporates desired laser… CONTINUE READING