bioLitec at the 140th German Surgical Congress (DCK) in Munich from April 26 – 28, 2023 at booth FEG08 – First pilot study for Acne inversa identifies FiLaC as alternative – FiLaC fiber for Sinus pilonidalis: Study from China 100% healing rate – biolitec laser system LEONARDO DUAL with two combinable wavelengths and radial laser fiber FiLaC very successful for anal fistulas and sinus pilonidalis
Jena, 30th March 2023 – The radially emitting laser fiber FiLaC from laser pioneer biolitec is used together with the diode laser LEONARDO DUAL with two combinable wavelengths for the therapy of several diseases with very good treatment results: In addition to treatments for anal fistulas and sinus pilonidalis, a first pilot study confirms its high effectiveness for acne inversa as well.
biolitec will present the entire range of its laser therapies for anal fistulas and sinus pilonidalis, hemorrhoids, anal fissures and acne inversa at the 140th German Congress of Surgery (DCK) in Munich, Germany, 26th – 28th April 2023, at booth FEG08.
In a prospective pilot study1 from France on 34 Hurley II hidradenitis suppurativa patients, treatment with biolitec’s FiLaC laser system was used as an alternative to existing minor surgical procedures. 45 lesions on axillae, groins, inner thighs, buttocks, perianal, among others, were treated twice with the FiLaC fiber from the inside. Pain was very low even on day 2. Early postoperative complications occurred in 12 lesions (27%). With a limited follow-up of 99 days (range: 8 – 193), recurrence was observed in only 5 patients (11%).
biolitec’s minimally invasive laser therapy SiLaC for sinus pilonidalis, which also uses the radially emitting FiLaC laser fiber, also achieves high efficacy and low recurrence rates. A new retrospective study from Shanghai published in March 2023 with 48 patients showed a 100% healing rate with only one recurrence.2
Patients had been treated between March 2019 and July 2022. The average healing time was 28.3 ± 5.5 days. The average operation time was 15.5 ± 3.3 minutes. No wound infection or bleeding occurred after surgery. The average time to return to daily life was 7.1 ± 3.2 days.