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IPL System, Intense Pulsed Light

* Not FDA Approved

  • Treatment of the root causes of dry eye thanks to the multiple mechanisms of action of IPL: Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), inflammation (rosacea and blepharitis) and Demodex
  • Quick and easy treatment (<10 min)
  • Revolutionary IPL relying on our unique Stim-ULI™ (Uniform Light Intensity) technique, C.Stim™ offers the best combination of clinical efficacy and patient comfort. Thanks to a perfectly homogeneous distribution of energy, C.Stim™ ensures safe and effective treatment.
  • Treatment on the majority of skin types thanks to optimized characteristics (light spectrum, regulated pulse train, water cooling, unique Stim-ULI™ technology)

CLINICAL BENEFITS:

  • Improved tear film quality [14,15,21]
  • Better meibum quality and expression [16,17]
  • Reduction in patient symptoms [17]
  • Neuropathic pain relief [18]
  • Reduced inflammatory markers (cytokines) in tears [19,20]

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Symposium

Tutorials

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Clinical cases

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Patient protection Shells

Patient protection Shells

Metal protection shells

Practitioner protective Goggles

Practitioner protective Goggles

Protective Goggles (190 to 200 nm)

CSTIM trolley

CSTIM trolley

Trolley with wheels and storage drawer

Meibomian forceps

Meibomian forceps

To express the meibum

Model still available in some countries according to local registration: LacryStim

For further information, please contact us.

Clinical References

1. Parasympathetic Innervation of the Meibomian Glands in Rats – Mark S. LeDoux et al. – Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, October 2001, Vol. 42, No. 11.
2. Characterization of the innervation of the meibomian glands in humans, rats and mice – Bründl, M. et al. Annals of Anatomy (2021), Vol. 233.
3. Neurotransmitter Influence on Human Meibomian Gland Epithelial Cells – Wendy R. Kam and David A. Sullivan – Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, November 2011, Vol. 52, No. 12.
4. The Dopaminergic Neuronal System Regulates the Inflammatory Status of Mouse Lacrimal Glands in Dry Eye Disease – Ji, Yong Woo et al. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (2021), Vol. 62.
5. TFOS DEWS II Pathophysiology Report – Anthony J. Bron, et al. – The Ocular Surface, 2017, p 441 to 515.
6. The neurobiology of the meibomian glands – Cox SM, Nichols JJ – Ocular Surface, July 2014.
7. Multicenter Study of Intense Pulsed Light Therapy for Patients with Refractory Meibomian Gland Dysfunction – Reiko Arita, et al. – Cornea Volume 37, Number 12, December 2018.
8. Rosacea: Molecular Mechanisms and Management of a Chronic Cutaneous Inflammatory Condition – Yu Ri Woo, et al. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, September 2016.
9. Rosacea: Epidemiology, pathogenesis, and treatment – Barbara M. Rainer et al. – DERMATO-ENDOCRINOLOGY 2018, VOL. 9, NO. 1, e1361574 (10 pages).
10. Treatment of ocular rosacea – Edward Wladis et al. – Survey of Ophthalmology (2018), Vol. 63.
11. Improved telangiectasia and reduced recurrence rate of rosacea after treatment with 540 nm-wavelength intense pulsed light: A prospective randomized controlled trial with a 2-year follow-up – Luo,
Y. et al. – Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine (2020), Vol. 19.
12. Therapeutic Effect of Intense Pulsed Light on Ocular Demodicosis – Zhang, X., et al. – Current Eye Research 2019, Vol. 3.
13. Intense Pulsed Light Therapy for Patients with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Ocular Demodex Infestation – Cheng et al. – Current Medical Sciences (2019), Vol. 39.
14. Long-term effects of intense pulsed light treatment on the ocular surface in patients with rosacea-associated meibomian gland dysfunction – Seo Kyoung Yul et al. – Contact Lens and Anterior
Eye (2018), Vol. 41.
15. TFOS DEWS II Tear Film Report – Willcox Mark et al. – The Ocular Surface (2017), Vol. 15.
16. Intense Pulsed Light for the Treatment of Dry Eye Owing to Meibomian Gland Dysfunction – Vigo, L. et al. – Journal of Visualized Experiment (2019), N°146.
17. Meibum Expressibility Improvement as a Therapeutic Target of Intense Pulsed Light Treatment in Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Its Association with Tear Inflammatory Cytokines – Choi,
M. et al. – Scientific Reports (2019), Vol. 9.
18. TFOS DEWS II Pain and Sensation Report – Belmonte Carlos, et al. – The Ocular Surface (2017), Vol. 15.
19. Analysis of Cytokine Levels in Tears and Clinical Correlations After Intense Pulsed Light Treating Meibomian Gland Dysfunction – LIU, R et al. – American Journal of Ophthalmology (2017).
20. Effect of inflammation on lacrimal gland function – Driss Zoukhri – Experimental Eye Research, May 2006; 82(5): 885–898.
21. Aqueous deficiency is a contributor to evaporation-related dry eye disease – Charles W. McMonnies – Eye and Vision (2020) 7:6.