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Over these many years, we've discovered technologies that compliment QuickVet and help our client practices provide the best medical care for their patients, including QuickPACS, J-Ray Laser Systems, BitDefender, MozyPro, just to name a few.  Whether you need a veterinary practice management system, have a question about our technologies, or make sure we really are as human as we claim... call us at 1-302-659-0343 or click the button to send us your questions!

J-Ray Laser SystemsAchieving Hemostasis through Photonic Cauterization

J-Ray Achieving Hemostasis through Photonic Cauterization

"Cauterization (or cauterisation, or cautery) is a medical practice or technique of burning a part of a body to remove or close off a part of it."

The J-Ray Laser System provides exceptional cauterization of blood vessels and ablation of undesired growths, with superior patient & surgeon safety.  Since the cauterization is done with the same handpiece as laser surgery, it's very easy to use, and very intuitive!

"The posterior laryngofissure incision using a 980-nm contact diode laser (CDL) is feasible resulting in smaller incisional area and less lateral thermal damage." 1

"The lateral thermal damage produced by electrocautery was the largest, with a significant difference between laser and electrocautery" 1

"Regarding bleeding, the incisions performed with diode laser promoted a lower bleeding rate compared with scalpel and electrocautery" 2

"... however, surgeries performed with the laser also revealed a significant reduction in virus load per cell compared with those performed with electrocautery. The ease when handling the diode laser, because of the flexibility of its fibers and precision of its energy delivery system, provides high-accuracy surgery, which facilitates the treatment of large and/or multifocal lesions. The use of high-power diode laser is more effective in treatment protocols of lesions..." 3

  • The J-Ray Cautery tool provides greater precision (the tip is 600 um in diameter) than most electrocautery units.

  • Talk about safety, the J-Ray Cautery handpiece is FAR safer than any electrocautery unit, since it uses light to create the heat, thus no concern about electrocution. Since it's using light, it cools down immediately, so no concern for excess tissue damage or user burns.


Click on each of the images below to see portions of tumor removal surgeries where the J-Ray is being used in cautery mode. Please be patient since these videos may take some time to load, thanks!

J-Ray Cautery Video 1

Video 1 - Cautery during First Tumor Removal

J-Ray Cautery Video 2

Video 2 - Cautery during First Tumor Removal

J-Ray Cautery Video 3

Video 3 - Cautery during Second Tumor Removal


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1 - Lasers Med Sci . 2019 Sep;34(7):1441-1448. Posterior laryngofissure using a surgical contact diode laser: an experimental feasibility study, Arteiro Queiroz Menezes, Paulo Francisco Guerreiro Cardoso, Christopher Kengo Nagao, Helio Minamoto, Benoit Jacques Bibas, Isaac de Faria Soares Rodrigues, José Pinhata Otoch, Marisa Dolhnikoff, Mauro Canzian, Marilia Wellichan Mancini, Paulo Manuel Pêgo-Fernandes

2 - Lasers Med Sci . 2020 Mar;35(2):395-402.Efficacy and safety of diode laser during circumvestibular incision for Le Fort I osteotomy in orthognathic surgery: a triple-blind randomized clinical trial Filipe Jaeger, Gustavo Marques de Oliveira Chiavaioli, Guilherme Lacerda de Toledo, Belini Freire-Maia, Marcio Bruno Figueiredo Amaral, Mauro Henrique Nogueira Guimarães de Abreu, José Alcides Almeida de Arruda, Ricardo Alves Mesquita

3 - J Craniofac Surg . 2012 May;23(3):702-5. High-power diode laser versus electrocautery surgery on human papillomavirus lesion treatment, Fernando Martins Baeder, Maria Teresa Botti R Santos, Jose Eduardo Pelizon Pelino, Danilo Antonio Duarte, Walter Joao Genovese