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USING LASER FOR TREATMENT OF URINARY TRACT STONES, HEART AND MIGRAINE HEADACHES
Urinary Tract Stones
Many urologists use lasers to break up urinary bladder stones. Says Dr. Bryan Shumaker, director of Laser Science and Research for St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit, “The laser produces a flash at a temperature of 100,000 degrees Celsius. Like a nuclear bomb, it creates a shock wave which slams into the stone, smashing it. But the tissue around the stone is unharmed.”
Heart Treatments
Almost 400,000 patients undergo surgery in the United States every year to reduce the cholesterol plaque that has piled up to clog their coronary arteries – blood vessels that serve the heart muscle itself. An additional 400,000 patients have surgery to bypass such blockages. Scientists are searching for ways to keep the blood vessels from re-clogging.
• Balloon angioplasty. A balloon is inserted into an artery, and then inflated, in an effort to compress the plaque and push it back against the arterial walls. The goal is to widen the arterial channel and let the blood flow more freely. The result is circulatory relief, but 30 percent of the arteries clog up again within 6 months.
Migraine Headaches
Dentist Mark Friedman of Mount Vernon, New York, is conducting migraine relief research with a non-cutting “cold” (low-power) laser. Dr. Friedman says pain relief results when he shines a laser on a region of the inner jaw that is tender to the touch for migraine sufferers. This method is experimental and is being assessed by the FDA.
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