Loss weight with laser lipo is a special kind of laser with a certain energy. After being digitally positioned by a computer, it irradiates the obese part for several minutes in vitro, dissolves some fat in the body, and thus achieves obvious weight loss effect. It is a new body slimming machine technology. Loss weight with laser lipo is a new technology of liposuction, also known as laser lipolysis weight loss. And the principle is the use of laser, the fat cells smashed, fat overflow, to achieve weight loss effect.
Compared with the traditional liposuction method, the advantages of laser liposuction are mainly as follows:
- No surgery, no scar, only a millimeter of minimally invasive.
- A small amount of local anaesthesia is enough, and you can get back to home on the day of surgery.
- The effect of laser lipo is even.
- It has a better effect on loose skin and orange skin fat than traditional liposuction.
- Loss weight with laser lipo can coagulate blood vessels, so the blood will be placed out, so it is not easy to bleed or form hematoma.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the most common cause of disability in people under 40 in Europe, costing about 33 billion euros a year. Recent statistics show that the incidence of TBI has increased by 21% over the past 5 years. In China, TBI patients also exist in large numbers. It can be said that TBI is the most important disease of neurosurgery in primary hospitals.
Cryogenic therapy can reduce intracranial pressure in patients with TBI, but its prognostic benefits are unclear and there is a lack of effective clinical evaluation. Professor Andrews et al. of Edinburgh Western General Hospital assessed the efficacy of cryogenic therapy on TBI patients with intracranial hypertension through a clinical controlled study recently published in the authoritative journal NEJM. From November 2009 to October 2014, 387 adult TBI patients with ICP over 20 mmHg from 18 countries and 47 centers were randomly divided into a control group and a study group. Patients in the study group received standard therapy plus cryogenic therapy (32-35 degrees C) and patients in the control group received standard therapy.
Treatment is divided into three stages: standard treatment (including mechanical ventilation and sedation management) in the first stage is required in both groups; treatment in the second stage (such as osmotic therapy) should be applied to control intracranial pressure in the control group according to the situation; and in the cryogenic therapy treatment group, only when cryogenic therapy fails to control intracranial pressure increases. Two-stage treatment; and the third-stage treatment (barbiturate therapy and decompression) applied to the two groups in the second-stage treatment failed to control intracranial pressure.
The results showed that 44% patients entered the third stage of the treatment group and 54% of the control group. Repeated monitoring at the beginning of treatment showed that there was no difference in intracranial pressure, mean arterial pressure and cerebral perfusion pressure between the two groups.
After decades of debate in the scientific community, temperature loss has now become a tool to stop the pace of death. The therapeutic value of cryogenic therapy lies in its ability to shelve the physiological needs of cells; after all, if cells become dull in a cold state and do not require so much oxygen and other nutrients, the patient’s life can be sustained longer if the blood flow is slow due to trauma or cardiac arrest. The link between cryogenic therapy and so-called “suspended animation” is not coincidental; the latter is to freeze the body through external methods, such as medical technology. Many people hope this method can be used on a space trip to Mars and the second Earth, allowing astronauts to keep their bodies for years. Although the exact mechanism of cryogenic therapy is complex, it slows metabolism and delays the damage caused by hypoxia before normal blood circulation is restored.
Cryogenic therapy has even begun to define the boundaries of life. In the past, the separation between life and death was merely a heartbeat. Later, it was realized that the brain could survive for a while after the pulse had disappeared, and people with sudden cardiac arrest could be rescued as long as the brain was not dead. However, after the cessation of blood circulation, the brain survives for a limited time.