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The Low Level Laser Therapy -
LLLT Internet Guide


 

Exemples of David Baxters published work

 

Basford JR, Hallman HO, Matsumoto JY. Moyer SK, Buss JM, Baxter GD. Effects 830 nm continuous wave laser diode irradiation on median nerve function in normal subjects. Lasers Surg Med. 1993; 13: 597-604

Baxter GD, Walsh DM, Allen JM.
Lowe AS, Bell AJ. Effects of low intensity infrared laser irradiation upon conduction in the human median nerve in vivo. Exp Physiol. 1994; 79: 227-234


Lowe AS, Baxter GD, Walsh DM. Allen JM. Effect of low intensity lasr (830 nm) irradiation on skin temperature and antidromic conduction latencies in the human median nerve: Relevance of radiant exposure.
Lasers Surg Med. 1994; 14: 40-46

Baxter C D: Therapeutic lasers. Theory and practice. 1994. Churchill Livingstone.


Baxter G D et al: Low level laser therapy: Current clinical practice in Northern Ireland. Physiotherapy 1991; 3:171-178.


Baxter G D: Therapeutic Lasers. 1994; p 148. Churchill Livingstone.


Lowe A, Baxter D, Walsh D, Allen J: Effect of low intensity laser (830 nm) irradiation on skin temperature and antidromic conduction latencies in the human median nerve: Relevance of radiant exposure.
Lasers Surg Med. 1994; 14: 40-46.


Lowe A S, Baxter G D, Walsh D M et al: Low-intensity laser irradiation of the human median nerve: effect of energy density upon conduction and skin temperature. Abstracts 'London Laser 1992', Second Meeting of the International Laser Therapy Association: 56.

 

This book is written by professor G. David Baxter of the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. His faculty is very active in LLLT research and this is certainly one of the most qualified authors in the field. Published in 1994.

click on book for orderTherapeutic Lasers
Theory and practice:
Therapeutic Lasers presents an introduction to the use of the laser as an intstrument for clinical treatment an will be of value to both clinicians and students. The text outlines the biophysical principles of the actions of lasers and this theory is related to their the therapeutic use.




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