• ILSC 2011 Paper #703 (Manufacturing and Approval Requirement Differences Between FDA/CDRH and DOD)

    Manufacturing and Approval Requirement Differences Between FDA/CDRH and DOD
    Authors:
    Richard Kice, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Lt Col Nick Schaaf, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX
    David Broadwater, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Annamaria Vesely, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Wallace Mitchell, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Harvey Hodnett, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Baxter Newton, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Robert Aldrich, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, G73 Lead Naval Technical Laboratory f...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #704 (LED Safety in Toys)

    LED Safety in Toys
    Authors:
    Michael Higlett, Health Protection Agency; Didcot Great Britain
    Marina Khazova, Health Protection Agency; Didcot Great Britain
    John O'Hagan, Health Protection Agency; Didcot Great Britain
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    The use of LEDs in consumer products, including toys, is rapidly increasing. The LEDs bring a visual appeal to the toy. Choosing the appropriate LED is important to avoid the risk of injury to the child, especially with the development of more efficient, higher power LEDs. This has led to the need of an easy to follow assessment that may be adopted by toy manufacturers when evaluating the suitability of an LED. A suggested assessmen...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #801 (Retinal Damage Threshold in the 1 ns to 100 ns Exposure Duration Range)

    Retinal Damage Threshold in the 1 ns to 100 ns Exposure Duration Range
    Authors:
    Brian J. Lund, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research; Fort Sam Houston TX USA
    David J. Lund, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research; Fort Sam Houston TX
    Peter R. Edsall, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Martin L. Holmes, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research; Fort Sam Houston TX
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    The draft updates to American and international laser exposure guidelines (ANSI Z136, ICNIRP) recommend that the Maximum Permissible Exposure level (MPE) be reduced in the nanosecond to microsecond exposure duration range. We report on our measurement of the ED50 for laser-i...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #802 (Characterizing Temperature-Dependent Photo-Oxidation to Explain the Abrupt Transition from Thermal to Non-Thermal Laser Damage Mechanisms at 413 nm)

    Characterizing Temperature-Dependent Photo-Oxidation to Explain the Abrupt Transition from Thermal to Non-Thermal Laser Damage Mechanisms at 413 nm
    Authors:
    Michael Denton, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    C.D. Clark, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Gary Noojin, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX
    Kurt Schuster, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base TX
    Curtis Burney, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX
    Benjamin Rockwell, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Robert Thomas, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    Laser exposure duration dictates whether tissues...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #803 (Minimum Visible Lesion (MVL) Thresholds in Cynomolgus (Macaca Fasicularis) Retina Resulting from Laser Exposure at Wavelengths of 413-nm, 532-nm and 647-nm)

    Minimum Visible Lesion (MVL) Thresholds in Cynomolgus (Macaca Fasicularis) Retina Resulting from Laser Exposure at Wavelengths of 413-nm, 532-nm and 647-nm
    Authors:
    Jeffrey W. Oliver, Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/711 HPW/RHDO; Cedar Park TX USA
    Benjamin A. Rockwell, Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/711 HPW/RHDO; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Semih S. Kumru, Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/711 HPW/RHDO; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Clifton D. Clark, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX USA
    Harvey M. Hodnett, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX USA
    Gary D. Noojin, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX USA
    Kurt J. Schuster, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX USA
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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #804 (Skin Damage Thresholds with Continuous-Wave Laser Exposures at Near Infrared Wavelengths)

    Skin Damage Thresholds with Continuous-Wave Laser Exposures at Near Infrared Wavelengths
    Authors:
    Jeffrey W. Oliver, Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/711 HPW/RHDO; Cedar Park TX USA
    Corey A. Harbert, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Harvey M. Hodnett, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Gary D. Noojin, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Kurt J. Schuster, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Aurora D. Shingledecker, TASC, Inc.; San Antonio TX
    David J. Stolarski, TASC Inc.; San Antonio TX
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    Damage thresholds (ED50) for skin using Yucatan mini-pig (Sus scrofa domestica) have been determined at the operational wavelength of ...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #901 (Manifestations of the Strong Non-Linearity of Thermal Injury)

    Manifestations of the Strong Non-Linearity of Thermal Injury
    Authors:
    Karl Schulmeister, Seibersdorf Laboratories; Seibersdorf Austria
    Mathieu Jean, Seibersdorf Laboratories; Seibersdorf Austria
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    TBA

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #902 (Predicted Multiple-Pulse Thermal Damage Thresholds and Exposure Limits)

    Predicted Multiple-Pulse Thermal Damage Thresholds and Exposure Limits
    Authors:
    Clifton Clark, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base USA
    Robert Thomas, AFRL 711/HPW RHDO; Brooks City-Base TX
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    We report on the first of a series of modeling studies examining multiple-pulse damage thresholds in the retina. This effort focuses on near-infrared wavelength (1064nm 1350nm) point source (small spot) thermal damage thresholds, but some general properties of multiple pulse exposures are obtained. We analyze the threshold trends as a function of wavelength, pulse width, inter-pulse spacing, and number of pulses, spanning a large parameter space.
    The rules used for determini...

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #903 (Modelling of Laser Induced Injury of the Cornea)

    Modelling of Laser Induced Injury of the Cornea
    Authors:
    Karl Schulmeister, Seibersdorf Laboratories; Seibersdorf Austria
    Mathieu Jean, Seibersdorf Laboratories; Seibersdorf Austria
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    A computer model to calculate the injury threshold of the cornea of the eye following laser exposure was developed. The model is based on calculation of the laser induced temperature profile and subsequent integration with the Arrhenius integral. The model was validated against all available animal experiment threshold data for wavelengths between 1064 nm and 10,6 µm and pulse durations between 100 µs and 10 s.

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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #904 (Spatially-Correlated Microthermography Maps Threshold Temperature in Laser-Induced Damage)

    Spatially-Correlated Microthermography Maps Threshold Temperature in Laser-Induced Damage
    Authors:
    Michael L. Denton, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base USA
    Gary D. Noojin, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base USA
    C.D. Clark III, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base USA
    Michael S. Foltz, TASC, Inc.; Brooks City-Base USA
    Larry E. Estlack, Conceptual MindWorks; San Antonio TX USA
    Benjamin A. Rockwell, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base USA
    Robert Thomas, Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Presented at ILSC 2011

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