• ILSC 2013 Proceedings Soft Bound Book

    The ILSC 2013 Conference Program & Proceedings covers the comprehensive four-day conference on all aspects of laser safety practice and hazard control. Also included are both the Technical and Medical Practical Applications Seminars. Participants were involved in practical interactive workshops, panel discussions and hot topics addressing the more common safety issues and concerns of the day to day operations in commercial, factory, research and medical facility settings.

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  • ILSC 2015 Proceedings Soft Bound Book

    The ILSC® 2015 Conference Proceedings combines the onsite program and overviews of the Medical and Technical Practical Application Seminars, along with the abstracts and manuscripts of the Laser Safety Scientific Sessions. The conference, chaired by Dr. John O’Hagan, covered a wide range of topics from basic bioeffects to very practical offerings.

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #1001 (Safe Use of Lasers in Veterinary Medicine)

    Safe Use of Lasers in Veterinary Medicine
    Authors:
    Kenneth Bartels, Oklahoma State University; Stillwater OK USA
    Thomas Fry, Cascade Veterinary Specialists; Issaquah WA USA
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    Technology in veterinary medicine, including the use of lasers, is expanding, as is the ability of animal owners to support these innovations. Since the use of lasers in the profession of veterinary medicine has grown sharply in the past 10 years, safety concerns for the patient, the veterinarian, and the technical staff are paramount. The American National Standard for Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care Facilities (ANSI Z 136.3-2005) is a document used by both state and federal compliance...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #1003 (An Organizational Laser Safety Program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona)

    An Organizational Laser Safety Program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona
    Authors:
    Lewis Wesselius, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Heidi Walton, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Sharli Frederiksen, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Tom Pasquariello, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Kaleeckal Harikumar, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Lisa Friedman, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Rick Fleeger, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Roshanak Didehban, Mayo Clinic; Scottsdale AZ USA
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    The dedicated Laser Safety Auditor for our organization retired last year. In an effort to meet the need to ...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #1004 (Another Airway Fire: When Will Such Accidents Cease?)

    Another Airway Fire: When Will Such Accidents Cease?
    Authors:
    Richard Hughes, High-Rez Diagnostics, Inc.; Camino CA USA
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    The information available to the author indicates that the only fatalities resulting from the use of lasers have resulted from medical laser procedures and that endotracheal tube fires occurring during laser surgery have been the most prevalent cause of death and serious injury in the hospital setting. The endotracheal tube fire case presented in this paper is the second such case for which the author has served as an expert witness. The first case was presented at ILSC-2003 and in that paper the question "When will laser-induced airway fires cease?" w...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #1007 (Filter and Mirror Design for a Micromanipulator used with a Medical Dual Wavelength Laser)

    Filter and Mirror Design for a Micromanipulator used with a Medical Dual Wavelength Laser
    Authors:
    Wolfgang Wöllmer, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; Hamburg Germany
    Reinhardt Thyzel, A.R.C. Laser GmbH; Nürnberg Germany
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    One of the special properties of lasers is the emission of monochromatic radiation. Filters and mirrors have to provide high coefficients of absorption and/or reflection. Especially for eye safety filters the transient laser radiation must not exceed the MPE. Various medical laser systems on the market today include different lasers and allow a combined application with more than one wavelength.These new developments lead to new...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #101 (Summary of Changes to the Next Edition of ANSI Z136.1)

    Summary of Changes to the Next Edition of ANSI Z136.1
    Authors:
    Nikolay Stoev, Valkom Laser Consulting; Toronto ON Canada
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    This presentation is a summary of the changes introduced into the next edition of the ANSI Z136-200X standard compared to the current 2000 edition. It resulted from the author's effort in reviewing the drafts within the SSC-1 subcommittee and the editorial group. Revised ANSI standards currently lack sections summarizing the introduced changes, which is somewhat difficult for users of the new editions. One would have to read the whole document to identify some changes. The summary covers all normative sections including appendices and some non-normative...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #102 (Laser Safety Evaluation by the CB Scheme)

    Laser Safety Evaluation by the CB Scheme
    Authors:
    Nikolay Stoev, Valkom Laser Consulting; Toronto ON Canada
    Woody Strzelecki, TUV Rheinland of N.A., Inc.; Newtown CT USA
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    Laser safety testing is performed under the umbrella of the IECEE (IEC System for Conformity testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment), a branch of IEC, also known as the CB Scheme. Its members include 137 National Certification Bodies (NCBs) from 39 countries. The significant growth of the organization is reflected in the release of over 40 thousand CB certificates and test reports in the year 2005. The Committee of Testing Laboratories (CTL) is the technical branch of the IECEE. Th...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #103 (Changes in the New Edition to the IEC 60825-1 Laser Safety Standard)

    Changes in the New Edition to the IEC 60825-1 Laser Safety Standard
    Authors:
    Robert Weiner, Weiner Associates; Manhattan Beach CA USA
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    The IEC TC-76 committee on laser safety has recently published Edition 2 to the IEC 60825-1 laser safety standard. This paper will briefly describe the extensive amendments that are included in the new Edition: removal of LEDs from this standard; revision of the definition of human access for better consistency with real hazards; revision of measurement criteria to increase the distance used for classification of diverging beams; simplification of measurement criteria for small sources; and application of more stringent measurement criteri...

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  • ILSC 2007 Paper #104 (Optical Radiation Safety Requirements for LEDs According to Their New Status in Between Laser and Lamp Safety Standards)

    Optical Radiation Safety Requirements for LEDs According to Their New Status in Between Laser and Lamp Safety Standards
    Authors:
    Ronald Neuhaus, Siemens AG; Munich Germany
    Werner Horak, Siemens AG; Munich Germany
    Presented at ILSC 2007

    The international laser safety standard IEC 60825-1 is currently under revision. Since 1993, the scope of this standard was also extended LEDs. In terms of these optoelectronic devices, the new revision will provide the following innovations:
    LEDs will be deleted from the scope of the laser safety standard and the optical radiation hazard should be assessed with the recently adopted safety standard IEC 62471 for lamps and lamp systems. However, thi...

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