Results Illumination with one fiber Some level of tissue heating was observed at all used light intensities. At lower intensities (60-100 mW/cm), less than 5% of the tumor was subjected to >60 ⁰C temperature, a point where irreversible thermal damage will immediately occur (photothermal ablation). At intensities of 150-200 mW/cm, 15-20% of the tumor was at >60 ⁰C temperature. At 400 mW/cm, which is FDA-recommended light irradiance for iPDT, a… READ MORE
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Background Professor Stummer on glioblastoma surgeries and iPDT: Treatment protocol 20 patients were treated. 5-ALA (Gliolan) was administered at a dosage of 20 mg/kg body weight 4 hours before anesthesia. Craniotomy was performed using FGR, with aim of maximal safe resection of the fluorescent tumor. Once there was no visible fluorescence or only tumor-infiltrated fluorescence in the eloquent areas left, PDT was performed. 1-4 cylindrical diffuser were strategically… READ MORE
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Time: Wed 15.6.2016, 8:30–11:00 Place: Hotel Kämp, Helsinki Paavo Nurmi cabinet Pohjoisesplanadi 29, Helsinki, Finland Confirmed speakers Lecture slideshows Click here to view our previous workshop at ASLMS-2015. Related products: ML7710 – the tool for professionals » | Products for oncology » | ML8500 automatic illumination system » | Illumination kit »… READ MORE
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Sat 7th Feb 5.30–9 pm Downtown San Francisco Topics • Discuss possible ways for enhancing the dissemination of PDT for cancer therapy – Prof. Gal Shafirstein, Roswell Park CI • Scope of active clinical studies in PDT – Prof. Keith Cengel, Univ. of Pennsylvania • Diagnosis, fluorescence and spectroscopy – Prof. Brian Pogue, Dartmouth College • Is dose planning enough or should we use online treatment monitoring? – Prof. Timothy… READ MORE