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1. Laser Therapeutic Devices of the Mustang 2000 and Mustang 2000+ Family


Principles of Devices Configuration

There are a number of basic requirements to laser therapeutic devices for the purpose of high efficiency of procedures:

- high accuracy and stability of laser radiation parameters of a wide range;

- control of laser radiation parameters: radiation power, radiation dose, wavelength;

- possibility of laser radiation delivery to the exposure area;

- simplicity of the use (visual controls, informativity of control systems, small dimensions and weight);

- high reliability and simplicity of technical service;

- adequacy to modern safety requirements.

Compliance with all these requirements will provide high treatment efficiency.

The principle of modular configuration of laser therapeutic devices fully complies with the given requirements. In accordance with this principle, a device is figuratively divided into three compatible parts: a basic unit, radiation probes and attachments.

The basic unit is the base of a laser therapeutic device. Its functions are to set radiation modes and radiation parameters, indicate settings and control the operation of a device.

The variety of methods of therapeutic treatment demands the use of laser and light-emitting diodes with different radiation parameters. Various radiation probes can serve for these purposes. These radiation probes contain one or a number of lasers and light-emitting diodes, and an electronic device which interfaces control signals from the basic unit to the laser.

Various optical attachments allow one to deliver radiation to the necessary area of exposure.

The modular principle allows one to use a wide range of laser and light-emitting diode probes which have different characteristics of spectrum, time-space and energy, which in its turn, raises the treatment efficiency to a whole new level due to combined realization of different methods of laser therapy.

The Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device is based on the modular principle and complies with all modern requirements. This is a device which consists of a basic unit, removable radiation probes and attachments.

The Mustang 2000+ device based on the modular principle allows one to create on the basis of one basic unit both general-purpose, multi-type polyclinic kits, and specialized systems.


Basic Units

Depending on the type of configuration, the basic unit has 1, 2 or 4 channels for the connection of radiation probes with an option of independent setting of radiation frequency and radiation power for each channel. Devices are designed in the same style and differ from each other in the width of the frame, depending on the number of channels. The choice of radiation channel is made by pushing the button on the device control panel.

When the device is switched on, it automatically identifies the types of radiation probes connected to the basic unit, and one by one it shows their titles and the number of the channel they are connected to, on the display.


The Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device. One-channel basic unit.


The device has a built-in photometer which allows one to measure radiation parameters for all types of the probes in the spectral range from ultraviolet with a wavelength of 365 nm to infrared with a wavelength of 1300 nm. The radiation power being measured, the device automatically identifies and displays the type of the connected probe, wavelength and radiation power in watt (for pulse radiation probes) or in milliwatt (for continuous-wave radiation probes).

During the procedure, the device measures and displays the radiation dose for each channel. This allows one to have a permanent control of the total radiation dose, without using any formulae or charts.


The Mustang 2000+, laser therapeutic device. Two-channel basic unit.


The radiation dose being calculated by means of formulae and charts, radiation pulse duration, as a rule, is taken to be 100 nsec (10-7 sec). Though this value is most typical for most pulse laser diodes used in laser therapeutic devices, however the range of pulse duration can be from 70 to 180 nsec, and the calculation of the dose by means of formulae and charts may lead to a significant mistake. The Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device, when calculating the dose, measures and takes into account radiation pulse duration of pulse laser diodes. The radiation dose is often given alone in methodological recommendations and literature without additional information on other parameters of radiation. In this case, the option of dose calculation is especially important.


Characteristic features of the Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device are as follows:

- 1, 2 or 4 independent channels for the connection of radiation probes;

- the option of setting radiation frequency (modulation frequency) and radiation power separately for each channel;

- a wide choice of different laser and light-emitting diode removable radiation probes of pulse, continuous-wave and modulated modes in the range of wavelength from 365 to 1300 nm (from ultraviolet to infrared);

- a general-purpose unit which displays the radiation parameters: the type of a radiation probe, radiation power, wavelength, radiation dose;

The Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device. Four-channel basic unit.


- the option to modulate radiation with the help of external sources: heart-rate and breath-rate sensors (BIO-controlled mode of modulation in accordance with the biorhythmicity of a patient), sources of special music programs, etc.;

- versatility of the use and high efficiency of treatment which is due to the option of practically any radiation mode and radiation parameters used in laser therapy;

- conformity with standard requirements;

- high reliability;

- modern design and well-thought-out ergonomics.

The Mustang 2000 and Mustang 2000+ devices with their options do not have any analogies, unique options of the devices allow to create on their basis both general-purpose laser kits which can realize practically all modern techniques of laser therapy, and specialized systems which are aimed at the maximum effective treatment of a small group of diseases in one field of medicine.


Basic Specifications of the Mustang 2000+ Laser Therapeutic Device


Number of channels

1

2

4

Radiation mode

Pulse, continuous-wave, modulated

Radiation wavelength

From 365 nm to 1300 nm, depending on

the type of removable radiation probe

Pulse radiation power

Up to 350 W, depending on the type of

removable radiation probe

Continuous-wave radiation power

Up to 400 mW, depending on the type of removable radiation probe

Type of setting the pulse repetition frequency or modulation frequency

Fixed or random

Fixed pulse repetition frequencies of quick choice, Hz

10, 80, 600, 3000

Range of frequency setting of random choice, Hz

0.5 - 3000

Choice of exposure time

Fixed or random

Fixed values of exposure time of quick choice

1, 10 minutes

Range of exposure time setting of random choice

1 sec 90 minutes

Range of controlled pulse radiation power, W

2 - 99

Control of pulse power of radiation probes with a wavelength of 630 650 nm

Available

Range of controlled continuous-wave radiation power, mW

1 400

Control of power of radiation probes with a wavelength of 1300 nm

Available

Control of power of light-emitting diode probes in a range of wavelength

from 365 to 880 nm

Available

Range of dose calculation

0.01 mJ 9999 J

Radiation wavelength digital display

Available

Digital display of removable radiation probe type

Available

Option of radiation modulation in BIO mode

Available

Electric power supply

198242 V / 50 Hz

Maximum power consumption, VA, no more than:

-one-channel basic unit

-two-channel basic unit

-four-channel basic unit


14

14

28

Operating temperature range, °

+10+35

Dimensions, mm:

-one-channel basic unit

-two-channel basic unit

-four-channel basic unit


220 196 105

275 196 105

340 196 105

Weight, kg:

- one-channel basic unit

- two-channel basic unit

- four-channel basic unit


1.6

1.6

2.8


The Mustang 2000 laser therapeutic device has the same parameters as the Mustang 2000+ laser therapeutic device. The only difference is the absence of the options of digital display of removable radiation probe type and of dose calculation in the first device.


General-Purpose (Laser and Light-Emitting Diode) Radiation Probes

General-purpose radiation probes have a single emitter and can be classified by type of radiation source (laser or light-emitting diode), radiation mode (pulse or continuous-wave), wavelength and maximum radiation power. They can be used both separately, and in combination with different attachments (mirror, magnetic, optical, and acupuncture). Light-emitting diode radiation probes can be used in combination with magnetic, mirror, and polarizing attachments.



General-Purpose Laser Radiation Probes of Pulse Radiation Mode


Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power, W,
not less than

L1-2000

Infrared

890

5

L2-2000

Infrared

890

10

L3-2000

Infrared

890

15

L4-2000

Infrared

890

20

L7-2000

Infrared

890

80

L7M-2000

Infrared

890

350

L2-2000

Red

630 - 650

5


General-Purpose Laser Radiation Probes of Continuous-Wave and Modulated Radiation Modes


Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power, mW,
not less than

KL1-2000

Red

658

5

L2-2000

Red

658

30

L3-2000

Red

635

10

L4-2000

Red

635

30

L5-2000

Infrared

830

40

L6-2000

Infrared

810

200

L6M-2000

Infrared

810

400

L7-2000

Infrared

1300

5

L8-2000

Infrared

780

100

L9-2000

Green

520

30

KLO-450-30

Blue

450

30

KLO-405-120

Violet

405

120


General-Purpose Light-Emitting Diode Radiation Probes of Continuous-Wave and Modulated Radiation Modes


Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power, mW,
not less than

S2-2000

Infrared

880

200

S3-2000

Red

630

100

S4-2000

Yellow

590

20

S5-2000

Green

530

40

S6-2000

Blue

470

70

S7-2000

Violet

405

70


Matrix Radiation Probes

The L01-2000 matrix radiation probe has 10 infrared pulse laser diodes with a wavelength of 890 nm, maximum pulse radiation power not less than 50 W and 10 12 cm2 surface area for output radiation window. The probe has a built-in power meter, a visual digital indicator, and also automatic failure monitoring. It can be used in combination with special magnetic attachments of MM50 or MM100 type.

The MLS1-2000 Effect matrix radiation probe is a combined laser and light-emitting diode matrix. High efficiency of the use is due to the optimal choice of parameters of pulse laser (infrared and red) and light-emitting diode (infrared, green and blue) radiation. There is an option of both simultaneous and separate work of a group of emitters.

The LO-2000 combined laser and light-emitting diode radiation probe has a laser diode of pulse mode (890 nm / 7 W) and 7 light-emitting diodes of continuous-wave and modulated modes (630 nm / 15 mW).


Matrix light-emitting diode radiation probes have 31 diodes and 15-cm2 surface area for output radiation window. The MS02-2000 probe of infrared range has 7 light-emitting diodes and looks like general-purpose probes of continuous-wave radiation mode. The probes can operate in continuous-wave and modulated modes. The parameters are given in the Table.


Matrix Light-Emitting Diode Radiation Probes of Continuous-Wave and Modulated Radiation Modes

Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power, mW,
not less than

S2-2000

Infrared

880

150

S3-2000

Red

630

80

S4-2000

Yellow

590

40

S5-2000

Green

530

40

S6-2000

Blue

470

70



Radiation Probes for Intravenous Irradiation of Blood for the Mustang 2000 Laser Therapeutic Device


Laser radiation probes like VLOK are aimed at intravenous laser irradiation of blood with the help of the KIVL-01 disposable sterile light-guiding fibers. The probes have different wavelength and radiation power. The parameters of the probes are given in the chart. The probes are a bit bigger than a matchbox in size, and they can be easily fixed on the patients wrist with a strap in order to perform a procedure.

Laser Radiation Probes for Intravenous Irradiation of Blood


Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power at the KIVL-01 Light-Guiding Fiber Output, mW,
not less than

VLOK

Red

633

2

VLOK-5

Red

633

5

VLOK-10

Red

633

10

VLOK-20

Red

633

20

VLOK-532

Green

532

1.5

VLOK-405

Violet / Ultraviolet

405

1.5

VLOK-808

Infrared

808

40



Light-Emitting Diode Radiation Probes for Intravenous Irradiation of Blood


Type of Radiation Probe

Optical Range

Wavelength,
nm

Radiation Power at the KIVL-01 Light-Guiding Fiber Output, mW,
not less than

VLOK-LED-530

Green

530

1.5

VLOK-LED-450

Blue

450

1.5

VLOK-LED-405

Violet / Ultraviolet

405

1.5

VLOK-LED-365

Ultraviolet

365

1.5



Optical Attachments

Optical attachments are used in combination with general-purpose radiation probes and are aimed at delivering energy of laser radiation to the area of exposure. The parameters which characterize an attachment are indicatrix of diffusion and coefficient of radiation lead-in which is the ratio of the power at the attachment output to the power at the attachment input. This coefficient depends not only on the type of attachment and its constructive features, but also on the type of laser, and it can vary from 0.4 to 0.6.



A-2 and A-3 acupuncture attachments are used in reflexotherapy and aimed at the concentration of laser radiation on the acupuncture points. These attachments have the area of exposure point of 4 and 1 mm2 respectively.

P-1 (-1) proctological attachment (Figure ) forms a radiation spot of 5 to 10 mm in size at an angle of 100 - 120°. It is used in urology for transrectal exposure on prostate.

P-2 (-2) proctological attachment (Figure ) disperses radiation equally on cylinder with a diameter of 12 mm and with a length of 30 mm. It is used in urology for irradiation of prostate (in a transrectal manner) or in proctology for irradiation of rectal walls. Dispersion on a large surface makes the power density significantly lower than in P-1 (-1), which in some degree is compensated by its versatility.

P-3 (-3) proctological attachment (Figure ) disperses radiation equally on cylinder with a diameter of 12 mm and with a length of 55 mm. It is used in proctology for irradiation of rectal walls (anal fissures, hemorrhoid, etc.).

G-1 (-1) and G-2 (-2) gynecological attachments (Figures , ) are used in gynecology for intravaginal irradiation of the cervix uteri and adnexa. These attachments form a radiation spot with a diameter of 18 - 20 mm in contact.

G-3 (-3) gynecological attachment (Figure ) disperses radiation equally on cylinder with a diameter of 14 mm and with a length of 80 mm. The attachment is aimed at intravaginal treatment of a number of inflammatory diseases.

U-1 (-1) urological attachment is aimed at transurethral exposure on prostate and urethra. It is made of flexible material, and is 18 - 20 mm long. On its end, it has a dispersing cylindric part of high flexibility which is 20 mm long.

L-1 otorhinolaryngological kit of attachments consists of 3 removable attachments and a special holder-connector, where a necessary attachment gets fixed.

S-1 kit of stomatological attachments consists of 3 removable attachments and a special holder-connector, where a necessary attachment gets fixed.

ZN-25 (diameter of 25 mm), ZN30 (diameter of 30 mm), ZN35 (diameter of 35 mm), ZN50 (diameter of 50 mm) mirror attachments are aimed at the mirror-contact type of exposure. They allow to decrease the losses of laser radiation energy, they protect the doctor and the patient from reflected radiation, provide hygiene of the procedure and allow to calculate the density of radiation dose easily enough. For the contact type of procedure with the help of mirror attachments, the effective exposure area is taken to be 1 cm2, the dose density in this case is summary dose of exposure according to the values indicated on the display of the basic unit.





Magnetic Attachments

Magnet attachments are aimed at combined target exposure of the magnetic field and laser radiation energy, which increases the efficiency of laser therapy. ZM25, ZM35, ZM50, ZM150 attachments and KM2 kit of magnetic attachments are used with general-purpose radiation probes for the Mustang 2000+ and Mustang 2000 laser therapeutic devices.


ZM25, ZM35, ZM50 mirror magnetic attachments go in a plastic body and have a mirror working area. They combine positive features of magnetic and mirror attachments and have magnetic induction of 25, 35, 50 mT respectively in the working area. The COLOUR RING ( ) shows with which pole this magnet is directed to the working area with the north pole (a blue ring) or with the south pole (a red ring).

ZM150 attachments have magnetic induction of 150 mT and are constructed as a holder and a ring magnet. A ring magnet has two working areas with different poles of the magnetic field (north and south) and can be placed on the holder from either side.

KM2 kit of attachments has two holders and two ring magnets which have different magnetic induction from different sides: 25 and 50 mT, 50 and 75 mT respectively.

MM50 and MM100 magnetic attachments are aimed at being used with ML01K matrix radiation probes or the Muravey portable magnet-laser therapeutic devices. Magnetic attachments have magnetic field induction of 50 or 100 mT respectively. MM50 attachments additionally have a mirror working area.



BIO-Control Unit for the Mustang 2000 Laser Therapeutic Device

The BIO-control unit is aimed at synchronization of time parameters of laser exposure with the biorhythmicity of a particular patient. Heart rate and breath signals get fixed with the help of special sensors. The unit is connected to the Mustang 2000+, Mustang 2000 devices and allows to perform laser exposure modulated in accordance with the signals of heart rate and breath of the patient, and also with the floating frequency of 7 - 14 Hz.

In the BIO-control mode, laser radiation power is modulated by three signals. Carrier frequency is modulated by floating frequency of 7 14 Hz (it is set by a special generator). In this case, radiation power of carrier frequency in the absence of heart rate and breath signals makes 1/3 from the maximum value. When the heart rate and breath signals are available, radiation is additionally modulated, and 1/3 is added to the amplitude in the systole and inspiration phases. As a result, radiation power is minimal at expiration in the diastole phase, and at inspiration in the systole phase (most favorable moments of exposure) it reaches the maximum value.



The advantages of BIO-controlled chrono-laser therapy compared to conventional methods are the following: systematic treatment due to immunocorrection and intensification of antioxidant defense; recovery from desynchronosis; normalization of blood flow; regional and central blood-flow synchronization. This eliminates the causes and consequences of the disease.


The Mustang-Standard Universal Digital Laser Radiation Power Meter



Specifications:


  • option to measure the average laser radiation power at six wavelengths (630 to 960 nm) in a power range of 1 to 400 mW, automatic choice of measurement limits;

  • option to measure the pulse laser radiation power in a wavelength range of 630 to 960 nm;

  • powered by two AA-batteries, automatic control of battery discharge;

  • small size and easy of usage;

  • State Standard Certificate.

It is recommended that the Mustang-standard power meter should be used as a multi-purpose measuring device for power control in laser therapeutic devices and other laser radiation sources.



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