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Barry M Hart, Henryk Malak: Phototherapy device and method of use. Armstrong Kratz Quintos Hanson & Brooks, July 25, 2006: US07081128 (87 worldwide citation)

A device is provided, in direct skin contact, surrounding an injured area for the treatment, reduction of joint inflammation, edema and excitation of neural and muscular stimulation associated with human and mammal tissues. This therapeutic light source includes a multiplicity of light emitting diod ...


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Colin Whitehurst: Therapeutic light source and method. Photo Therapeutics, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, November 11, 2003: US06645230 (64 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic light source, for example for photodynamic therapy (PDT), comprises an air-cooled array of LED's (L


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Whitehurst Colin: Therapeutic light source. Photo Therapeutics, October 4, 2001: EP1138349-A2 (49 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic light source, for example for photodynamic therapy (PDT), comprises an air-cooled array of LED's (Lx,y), the air being vented in the vicinity of the array. The array may be mounted at the distal end of a hand piece suitable for invasive therapy. The LED's may be coupled to a light guid ...


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Whitehurst Colin: Therapeutic light source and metho. Photo Therapeutics, September 26, 2001: GB2360461-A (40 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic light source, for example for photodynamic therapy (PDT), comprises comprising an array of preferably independently switchable red and blue light-emitting diodes LR, LB, mounted on a flexible backing. Other arrangements of non-planar arrays of LEDs are also claimed, both for external a ...


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Shinya Tanaka: Phototherapeutic apparatus with spot size regulating means. Tokyo Kogaku Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, March 18, 1986: US04576160 (36 worldwide citation)

A phototherapeutic apparatus in which a light beam is projected from a therapeutic light source on the therapeutic region of a patient by a spot size regulator in which selection can be made from a plurality of illuminating fiber optic elements of different diameters for coarse regulation and optica ...


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Whitehurst Colin: Therapeutic light source. Photo Therapeutics, October 24, 2001: EP1147785-A2 (31 worldwide citation)

A light source for therapy, such as photodynamic therapy, comprises one or more low pressure or medium/high pressure discharge tubes. In one aspect, the light source comprises a non-planar array of substantially straight tubes. In another aspect, the light source comprises one or more such tubes mou ...


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Whitehurst Colin: Therapeutic light source and method. Photo Therapeutics, September 15, 2004: EP1457234-A2 (27 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic light source comprises rigid arrays of LED's (LF, LL, LR) movably connected together, and cooled by forced air convection. The output intensity of the arrays is at least 10mW/cm with a spatial intensity fluctuation of 10% or less in the treatment field. The emission spectra of the LED' ...


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Gary W Jones: Multispectral therapeutic light source. Hultquist PLLC, Steven J Hultquist, October 14, 2014: US08858607 (13 worldwide citation)

A light source apparatus including light spectrum-converting materials that emit light primarily over large portions of the 360 nm-480 nm and the 590-860 nm spectral range is provided. This apparatus provides a cooled, high-luminance, high-efficiency light source that can provide a broader spectrum ...


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Whitehurst Colin: Therapeutic light source. Photo Therapeutics, April 2, 2003: GB2380134-A (13 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic light device configured to form a visor (10) further comprising a plurality of light-emitting diodes (18) arranged and configured to direct light onto one or more periocular regions of a user. The device may include an eyeshield disposed to protect one or both the user's eye from the l ...


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Colin Whitehurst: Therapeutic light source and method. Photo Therapeutics, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 30, 2003: US06626932 (8 worldwide citation)

A light source for therapy, such as photodynamic therapy, comprises one or more low pressure or medium/high pressure discharge tubes. In one aspect, the light source comprises a non-planar array of substantially straight tubes. In another aspect, the light source comprises one or more such tubes mou ...