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NASA study & clinical trial about LED

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) LED Study Clinical Trial NASA Light-Emitting Diode Technology Brings Relief In Clinical Trials For release: 11-05-03 Release: 03-199 Light emitting diodes bring relief to young cancer patients; NASA technology used for plant growth now in clinical trials A device using specialized light emitting diodes, based on NASA technology for plant growth in space, is continuing to show promise as a treatment to aid healing of bone marrow transplant patients. Use of the LED apparatus has advanced to the second phase of clinical trials in U.S. and foreign hospitals. Results from the first round of tests were...

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What is the difference between Lasers and LEDs for Light Therapy?

What is the difference between Lasers and LEDs for Light Therapy? LEDs are semiconductors that make light. They are solid state, do not use bulbs or filaments and do not burn out. They are NOT lasers. The light from LEDs is special because it can make light that is just a single very specific frequency - monochromatic. (Exact color) The light they give off is diffused and non-directional. LED light is NOT coherent but some of it turns coherent when entering the body. They are cheaper than laser diodes so more can be used to cover a larger area. Lasers...

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The difference between an LED light and a common house-hold light bulb

What kind of LEDs does your product use? What is the difference between LEDs and a light bulb? We use Super Luminas High intensity LEDs in all our devices. These are some of the highest power LEDs available.  The L84 BrightPad uses the most expensive medical grade LEDs with the brightest output and exact frequency rage.  The BrightPad’s LEDs use 18 degree reflectors to highly concentrate the light making it one of the brightest and most effective Acne Light Therapy lamps available on the market today.  Most cheap LEDs are low luminosity and may not be the exact frequency specified. ...

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