In Vitro and In Vivo Optimization of Infrared Laser Treatment for Injured Peripheral Nerves

by Juanita J. Anders, PhD, Helina Moges, BS, Xingiia Wu, BS, Isaac D. Erbele, MD, Stephanie L. Alberico, BS, Edward Saidu, BS, Jason Smith, PhD, and Brian Pryor, PhD

This study is important to us is because it explains how to optimally dose tissue – it’s important because the study determined not only a clinically effective dose required at the location of the actual injury (the Peroneal nerve – in vitro), but it also established how much energy needed to be given at the surface of the skin (in vivo) to reach that target nerve.

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