via Q-switched ruby laser treatment of benign pigmented lesions in Chinese skin. – PubMed – NCBI One of the first reports into the use of the Q-switched ruby laser in the treatment of Chinese pigmented lesions in patients in Taiwan. Mike. firstname.lastname@example.org
via Calculation of the clinical parameters to effect removal of port wine stains | (1990) | Murphy | Publications | Spie I started doing Monte Carlo and numerical thermal models in 1987 to try and figure out the ‘best’ set of laser parameters to treat PWS vessels. That was a long time ago! Since… Continue reading Calculation of the clinical parameters to effect removal of Port Wine Stains | (1990) | MJ Murphy | Publications | SPIE
via Port wine stains: optical assessment and practical implementation of treatment | (1990) | Murphy | Publications | Spie A report I co-authored with some colleagues in Strathclyde University describing our attempts to treat PWS with Candela’s original pulsed dye laser, back in the mid 1980s. We designed a PC-operated scanning system to deliver… Continue reading Port Wine Stains: optical assessment and practical implementation of treatment | (1990) | MJ Murphy | Publications | SPIE
It’s the ‘latest’ thing out there but is it as easy as it sounds….? Here’s an article I wrote on this topic a couple of years ago. PDF version Mike. email@example.com
Cosmetic News articles I have written a number of articles covering a range of subjects for Cosmetic News – an industry magazine. I have collated them into a single pdf file for your perusal. If you have any queries please let me know.
Permanent hair removal IS POSSIBLE – but only if you know how! Open PDF version for an article I wrote. Hair removal, by light, is routine these days’ across the world. A number of devices are used to achieve this – IPLs, diode lasers, alexandrite lasers and others. They all operate by generating heat within the… Continue reading “Seeing the Light” – or, how to remove hair properly using light energy
Article I published this article in March 2014 after observing that applying glass slides to the skin above a tattoo resulted in the reduction of pain, swelling, erythema, punctate bleeding and the risk of infection. If you would like to see a full version please let me know. Mike. firstname.lastname@example.org