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February 19, 2017

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Marketing Gimmicks 2: Gilding the lily, or pulling the wool?

Marketing Gimmicks 2: Gilding the lily, or pulling the wool? By Peter A. Jenkins MultiRadiance Medical promotes their FDA-cleared devices as ‘super-pulsed lasers’, with optical output powers of up to “50,000 mW”.   This is quite misleading, to say the read more
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Marketing Gimmicks

Marketing gimmicks By Jan Tunér We all know that marketing is a biased business and take it for what it is worth. At least that is what we like to believe. But should marketing really not influence our behavior, it read more
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Is there a biostimulating effect of blue light?

Is there a biostimulating effect of blue light? By Jan Tunér In recent years, lasers and LEDs in the blue part of the spectrum have been introduced on the market. It is known that blue light has a bactericidal effect read more
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What’s in a typo?

What’s in a typo? By Jan Tunér The reporting of irradiation parameters in PBM is essential, to say the least. For that very reason, a small typo can lead readers of the literature in the wrong direction. The Gomes group read more
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PBM and pediatric dentistry

PBM and pediatric dentistry By Jan Tunér Too many persons have a fear of dentistry and kids are no exception. The introduction of lasers has meant a lot to many kids since several therapies can be performed more or less read more
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