In the medical field LED light is used for therapies ,which uses LEDs for a variety of medicinal and aesthetic purposes, and is a non-invasive, non-thermal method.
Numerous skin disorders, including psoriasis, keratosis, precancerous tissue, and wound healing, have been treated with LED treatment.
The use of medications that, when exposed to light, become active and may kill cancer cells. Photodynamic therapy, such as LED therapy, activates the medicine using a particular kind of light.
The global medical LED light source market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The X-Cite XYLIS light source for fluorescence microscopy was unveiled by Excelitas Technologies Corp., a leading global provider of innovative, specialized photonic solutions.
With the benefits and ease of employing LEDs, the new X-Cite XYLIS from Excelitas features their unique LaserLED Hybrid Drive and gives a rich, broad spectrum output from 360 to 750 nm for exciting a wider range of fluorophores.
From one end of the light spectrum to the other, X-Cite XYLIS offers increased LED coverage, closely replicating the output of a mercury arc lamp without requiring any bulb change.
The X-Cite XYLIS fits excellently with the narrow DAPI filter sets that are common in research microscopes thanks to its 365 nm spectral peak. The 735 nm excitation offered by X-Cite XYLIS is at the other extreme of the spectrum.
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