"The excimer laser, best know for its use in eye surgery is now being used to treat psoriasis. Of those who complete the study 84% showed at least a 75% improvement in 10 or fewer treatments."
"The new news is the VTRAC Excimer laser which is a targeted beam of light which allows for precise phototherapy of the psoriatic plaque."
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Clinical Studies on VTRAC
VTRAC has been cited on over 45 clinical studies and research programs
with findings published in peer-reviewed medical journals around the world. Two specific studies about VTRAC:
Efficacy of the 308-nm excimer laser for treatment of psoriasis: Results of a multicenter study
From the Departments of Dermatology and Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem; Dermatology Associates, Encinitasc; Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York, New York City; Lehigh Valley Dermatology, Bethlehem; and Johns Hopkins at Green Spring, Lutherville.
Published by the American Academy of Dermatology
Of patients meeting clinical study protocol requirements:
84% reached improvement of 75% or better after 10 or fewer treatments
50% reached improvement of 90% or better after 10 or fewer treatments
"The VTRAC appears to have considerable advantages over other available treatment modalities for psoriasis, including fewer treatments to achieve results, and the added safety of site-specific dosing without exposure to healthy skin. In addition, this study has shown the XTRAC to be well tolerated and effective in treating thick, scaled plaques on the knees and elbows, which are often resistant to treatment."
Effective treatment of scalp psoriasis using the excimer (308nm) laser From Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station
Published by the Journal of Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine
"The XTRAC is a successful approach to treatment of psoriasis of the scalp in that it is a simple treatment that can be performed in a short period of time and which has a high rate of effectiveness. All patients in the study noticed improvement in their scalp psoriasis and 49% of the patients obtained a greater than 95% improvement."
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Excimer therapy offers a distinctly superior therapeutic option with respect to onset of pigment, disease stabilization, match of color with surrounding and stability of repigmentation once it occurs
Dr. Niteen Dhepe
Medical Director, Skin City
PG institute of Dermatology
We have now used the VTRAC in our practice for two years and we have found no other comparable technology for treating Vitiligo and Psoriasis. We are very proud and pleased to have this outstanding advanced technology from the United States now in Afghanistan - the VTRAC is now very famous in our country. As for results, 77% of our patients with Vitiligo on the face, neck, or core are experiencing excellent, life-altering results. We couldn't be more pleased with our investment.
Dr. Behroz Kalam
Capital Skin Hospital
Using twice-a-week regimen, the majority of patients with vitiligo areas of involvement on the face, neck, and scalp began to
show repigmentation within one or two months and achieved an
excellent result within three to four months.
James D Spencer, M.D.,
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Overall, the VTRAC Excimer Treatment truly works the way we expected it would. And patients love it.
Steven Feldman, M.D., Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Dermatology and Pathology Wake Forest University School of Medicine
In general, the patients treated with the excimer lamp obtained dramatic repigmentation in a very reasonable number of treatments delivered at a frequency of once per week or less.
David J. Friedman, M.D.,
I'm not aware of another treatment that will reliably repigment patients
in as few treatments. Even when the condition is severe.
Mark Lebwohl, M.D.,
Professor and Chairman, Department of Dermatology.
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York