We are back after a short break. Aesculight spent three days in March in beautiful Philadelphia. First, we were at the Penn Vet 2015 conference where the lecture by David Duclos, DVM, Dipl. ACVD, on CO2 laser surgery in dermatology was a big hit.
Conference about to begin.
Wyatt, an awesome search and rescue dog, greeted the conference participants in the exhibit hall.
Our clinical procedures banner drew many attendees.
Dr. David Duclos stopped by the Aesculight booth to share some of his laser surgery observations & insights.
(Left-to-Right: Dr. Glazkova, Dr. Duclos and Dr. Vitruk)
More people stopped to ask about the advantages of the more powerful Aesculight model (AE-3020) that was on display.
Dr. Vitruk (middle) demonstrating a conference attendee (right) the Aesculight laser’s cutting ability on a tomato “patient”. On the left– our customer service manager Peter Schreiner.
On 3/13 Dr. David Duclos taught a laser wet lab at the Penn Vet School where the participants learned about the basic principles of CO2 laser surgery. All of them had a chance to experience the versatility of the Aesculight CO2 laser and try different laser settings on cadavers.
On the way to the wet lab at the Penn Vet School
Aesculight team setting up the lab
Dr. Vitruk explaining the laser fiber calibration procedure
Veterinary surgeons getting acquainted with the Aesculight tipless adjustable handpiece.
Practicing Aesculight laser ablation settings on a tongue depressor
Practicing Aesculight laser ablation settings on egg yolks – this shows how well controlled the CO2 laser penetration depth is.
Dr. Duclos demonstrated how he treats pododermatitis.