Surgical techniques of soft and hard oral tissues highly benefited from new technologies such as the Quantic Molecular Resonance (QMR) lancet, the Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Nd:YAG) laser and the Erbium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Er:YAG) laser. Increasingly, these technologies replace scalpel, conventional electrosurgery and traditional rotary surgery instruments due to their proven advantages. Features such as reduction of the surgical time, more efficient bleeding control resulting in higher intra-operative visibility and improvement of postoperative course with better Quality of Life score (QoL) are highlighted in numerous studies published in the literature. The thermal rise of tissues during surgical incision, performed with other instruments rather than traditional cold blade scalpels, is not to be ignored by the operator and it must take into consideration first when choosing the surgical instrument and then throughout all the surgical act. Auto-fluorescence (AF) is a property possessed by every cell that exposed to a specific wavelength can absorbance or reflect with peculiar characteristics and its direct examination has been proposed as a non-invasive visual tool for investigation of suspicious changes in oral mucosa. At the limit of our knowledge, few studies have been published in the literature regarding tissue's temperature variations and the interest in Infra-Red temperature detection has been shown in various medicine fields and none of published studies investigated the possible correlation between temperature raise and AF variations. This ex vivo study aims to analyse and compare through the use of a thermal imaging camera and simultaneous detection of AF, the possible correlation between temperature increase and auto-fluorescence.

Correlation between temperature rise and auto-fluorescence: ex vivo study with Er:YAG laser, Quantum Molecular Resonance scalpel and Nd:YAG laser on hard and soft tissues / Ghidini, G.; Giovannacci, I.; Haddad, C. D.; Mastromarino, T.; Greco Lucchina, A.; Del Mauro, P.; Seno, M.; Meleti, M.; Manfredi, M.; Namour, S.; Vescovi, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS. - ISSN 0393-974X. - 35:2(2021), pp. 357-364. [10.23812/21-2supp1-36]

Correlation between temperature rise and auto-fluorescence: ex vivo study with Er:YAG laser, Quantum Molecular Resonance scalpel and Nd:YAG laser on hard and soft tissues

Ghidini G.;Giovannacci I.;Meleti M.;Manfredi M.;
2021

Abstract

Surgical techniques of soft and hard oral tissues highly benefited from new technologies such as the Quantic Molecular Resonance (QMR) lancet, the Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Nd:YAG) laser and the Erbium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Er:YAG) laser. Increasingly, these technologies replace scalpel, conventional electrosurgery and traditional rotary surgery instruments due to their proven advantages. Features such as reduction of the surgical time, more efficient bleeding control resulting in higher intra-operative visibility and improvement of postoperative course with better Quality of Life score (QoL) are highlighted in numerous studies published in the literature. The thermal rise of tissues during surgical incision, performed with other instruments rather than traditional cold blade scalpels, is not to be ignored by the operator and it must take into consideration first when choosing the surgical instrument and then throughout all the surgical act. Auto-fluorescence (AF) is a property possessed by every cell that exposed to a specific wavelength can absorbance or reflect with peculiar characteristics and its direct examination has been proposed as a non-invasive visual tool for investigation of suspicious changes in oral mucosa. At the limit of our knowledge, few studies have been published in the literature regarding tissue's temperature variations and the interest in Infra-Red temperature detection has been shown in various medicine fields and none of published studies investigated the possible correlation between temperature raise and AF variations. This ex vivo study aims to analyse and compare through the use of a thermal imaging camera and simultaneous detection of AF, the possible correlation between temperature increase and auto-fluorescence.
Correlation between temperature rise and auto-fluorescence: ex vivo study with Er:YAG laser, Quantum Molecular Resonance scalpel and Nd:YAG laser on hard and soft tissues / Ghidini, G.; Giovannacci, I.; Haddad, C. D.; Mastromarino, T.; Greco Lucchina, A.; Del Mauro, P.; Seno, M.; Meleti, M.; Manfredi, M.; Namour, S.; Vescovi, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS. - ISSN 0393-974X. - 35:2(2021), pp. 357-364. [10.23812/21-2supp1-36]
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