Quantel Medical Launches Website Dedicated to Laser Treatments for Retinal Diseases

Quantel Medical Launches Website Dedicated to Laser Treatments for Retinal Diseases

October 18, 2021

Quantel Medical has launched a new website dedicated to laser therapies for retinal diseases. The website is now available at: www.subliminal-laser-therapy.com

“Our new website aims to promote a better understanding of the retina lasers of today. It provides a comprehensive database and an easy access to the latest clinical content about laser therapies for retinal disorders”, said Julien Tixier, Laser Range Manager.

The website is already available in English and will be will be translated into Spanish by the end of the year.

“Over the years, the development and introduction of new and innovative laser technologies has confirmed that, alongside intravitreal injections, retinal laser therapy still plays a valuable role in the surgeons’ treatment armamentarium,” the company said in a news release.

Ophthalmologists will be able to give their patients expanded laser therapy options, with greater safety and efficacy than ever before, thanks to 577nm fiber laser technology with MultiSpot and SubLiminal treatment modes.

The company aims to promote a better understanding of these new laser technologies and their clinical applications.

This website is designed to give information about all the evidence and best practice resources that have been gathered in order to answer the question: “How to better treat retina today?”

Treatment of retinal disease may be complex and sometimes urgent. Options include laser surgery, scatter laser photocoagulation, cryopexy, retinopexy, scleral buckling, vitrectomy, injecting medicine into the eye and implanting a retinal prosthesis.

About Quantel Medical

Founded in 1993, Quantel Medical is a subsidiary of the French group Lumibird. The company develops, manufactures and markets innovative medical laser and ultrasound solutions.

Its lasers and ultrasounds are designed to diagnose and treat the four main causes of blindness: cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration; and also dry eye disease.