After laser, Ultrasound and IPL, Plexr® comes as a new and less invasive modality to the ophthalmic world. GMV is proud to be the first and pioneer manufacturer of the unique Plasma technology used in the field of ophthalmology.
The safety of plasma treatment with Plexr® at ocular surface has been clinically demonstrated in an animal study and this study was published in the Journal of Clinical Plasma Medicine. This patented technology offers an alternative to invasive surgical procedures, reducing recovery time and any complications that can arise before and after surgery and so is as an innovative development in aesthetic medicine and rejuvenating treatments by utilizing Plexr®. In addition, in this technology heat is not spreading to the surrounding area, meaning it is perfect to operate on areas (such as eyelids), that are not suitable for other devices like radiofrequency scalpels or lasers (Nejat et al, 2019). Plexr® has the potential to be used as an alternative method for treatment of some of the ocular surface disorders without needing to conventional surgical procedures.
This innovative project, called “PANIS Method”, has been developed by the research group of Iranian Vision Research Center. The aim is to introduce a new treatment method, working on precise guide line for best and most effective office-based technique in applying plasma for treatment of a number of ocular surface disorders.
PANIS is abbreviation of: Plasma Assisted Non Invasive Surgery. (Panis in iranian language means SWEET and is iranian girl name).
Currently Plexr® is used in treatment of following ophthalmic disorders:
Plexr® can work completely safety and effectively both on skin and on ocular surface, as scientifically proven and published on international literature
do not need to take the patient to the operating room (completely office-based). There is no need of anesthesia or stitches.
compared to classical treatments
Atoms are the elements of molecules; when the interaction among molecules is high, they result in a solid, able to maintain shape a volume until an extremely high strength can break such interaction. When the interaction is weak among molecules, this can result respectively in a liquid, maintaining volume but losing shape, or in a gas, which maintains no shape or volume, but occupies all the available space. When an external energy can split the molecules of the gas in positive and negative parts, we reached the fourth state of the matter: plasma.
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