BLIMCBeckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic (University of California Irvine)
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According to data collected by BLIMC, the short burst of cooling agent sprayed by the device onto the skin -- milliseconds before the delivery of the laser pulse -- reduces the amount of pain felt, allowing a patient to receive more laser therapy during each session.
director of the Beckman Laser Institute stated, "I am thrilled that the dynamic cooling device developed by BLIMC scientists is moving close to becoming available for physician use, and we are looking forward to a continued relationship with Candela.