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Candela Wind FDA Ok for Skin Laser

Nov 2007
The FDA has approved the Serenity device from Candela Corp. of Wayland, Mass., for use during all laser and intense pulse light treatments. The device uses vacuum-driven pneumatic skin-flattening technology originally developed by Inolase Ltd. of Netanya, Israel, to compress the skin during treatment, thereby blocking the transmission of pain signals. The device previously had been approved for use in hair removal treatments.

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