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Laser Surgery Success using the J-RayJ-Ray Laser Systems

Cauterization of blood vessels

Cauterization of blood vessels during diode laser surgery is a pivotal benefit that significantly enhances surgical outcomes and patient recovery. This process involves the use of concentrated laser energy to seal (or cauterize) blood vessels as they are being cut, which effectively minimizes bleeding during the operation. The precision and control offered by diode lasers, such as the J-Ray Laser with its dual wavelengths of 810nm and 980nm, enable targeted application of laser energy to the vessels needing cauterization without damaging surrounding tissues.
The mechanism behind this is twofold: the laser energy causes the blood within the vessels to coagulate, leading to immediate vessel closure, and it simultaneously promotes tissue contraction around the vessels, further securing hemostasis (the cessation of bleeding). This immediate sealing of blood vessels has several critical advantages in veterinary surgery:

Enhanced Visibility

By reducing bleeding, surgeons can maintain a clearer view of the surgical field, allowing for more precise and efficient operations. This clarity is especially beneficial in intricate procedures where visibility is crucial for successful outcomes.

Reduced Surgical Time

Minimizing bleeding speeds up the process, as less time is needed for controlling hemorrhage. This efficiency can lead to shorter anesthesia times, decreasing the risks associated with prolonged sedation.

Improved Recovery

Less bleeding means less post-operative swelling and inflammation, leading to quicker and more comfortable recovery periods for animals. The risk of hematoma formation (a localized swelling filled with blood) is also significantly lowered, further promoting healing.
By employing diode laser technology for cauterization, veterinary surgeons can leverage these benefits to improve the overall success of surgical interventions, enhancing the welfare and recovery of animal patients. The control over power, frequency, and duty cycle afforded by lasers like the J-Ray enhances the surgeon's ability to tailor the procedure to the specific needs of each case, further elevating the standard of care in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary diode laser surgery utilizes specific wavelengths of light to cut, ablate, or cauterize tissue with precision and control. The J-Ray Laser, for instance, employs dual wavelengths of 810nm and 980nm, offering a versatile tool for various surgical applications. This advanced laser technology allows the surgeon to adjust the power of each wavelength, frequency, and duty cycle, ensuring optimal outcomes for each procedure. The benefits of using the J-Ray Laser in veterinary surgeries include reduced bleeding due to the cauterization of blood vessels, minimizing the risk of infection by sterilizing the area being worked on, and less post-operative pain for the animal, as the laser seals nerve endings. This cutting-edge approach not only enhances surgical efficiency but also promotes quicker recovery times, making it a valuable asset in veterinary medicine.


Diode Laser Surgery with the J-Ray Laser System by Dr. Dail McLawhornThe image to the left shows the J-Ray Laser System in surgery mode during a canine neuter.  The J-Ray Surgery handpiece with a prepared fiber tip is able to incise better than a scalpel, with practically no loss of blood.  With no bleeding and the precision control, the surgeion commented how easy this surgery was.  Over a couple of hours, the following surgeries were completed using the J-Ray, with practically no bleeding, reduced pain, and great ease:

  • "Cherry eye" or Prolapse of the Third Eyelid Gland
  • Removal of Dew Claws on an Older Dog
  • Feline Declaw on an "Inside Only" Cat
  • Canine Neuter
  • Feline Spay
"I have had a J-Ray laser for almost two years now. I use it daily in practice and do not want to practice without it. It is great for helping with orthopedic issues, like back and stifle injuries and chronic arthritic pain. Have been able to keep many CCL tears from needing surgery. Also, I use the J-ray frequently to speed wound healing and have been amazed at how quickly deep wounds have healed with less pain and less infection. I also use the J-Ray for surgeries where I need cut and cauterize at the same time. Just removed a large, tumorous third eyelid from a dog without any bleeding or suturing at all."
Written by Dr. Jessica Miller, DVM, Healing Hearts Veterinary Care, LLC, Wauseon, Ohio

Ablation of excessive granular tissue of the third eyelid

The eye of our patient Ella the Alpaca

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Our J-Ray Laser was used for this growth removal from an older Golden Retriever

Growth Removal

After the growth removal

Surgery Site after the Growth was removed

"Absolutely NO blood loss. No sutures"

Dr. Dail McLawhorn (Veterinarian/Owner) | McLawhorn Animal Clinic, Greenville, North Carolina

Our J-Ray Laser was used for this Eyelid tumor removal

Before Surgery:

Eyelid Tumor, exposed before J-Ray Laser Surgery


After the laser surgery:

No More Eyelid Tumor, eye after J-Ray Laser Surgery


After suturing the surgery site:

Surgery site, sutured after J-Ray Laser Surgery

"Jray worked great, very pleased!  Only bleeding was when sutured."

Dr. Dail McLawhorn (Veterinarian/Owner) | McLawhorn Animal Clinic, Greenville, North Carolina

This next video shows the J-Ray Laser System in surgery mode during a feline neuter, surgery by Dr. Nathan Metz.


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