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Full Spectrum Light

  1. 1. FULL SPECTRUM LIGHTMain Indications with FSL Psoriasis Atopic Dermatitis Inflammatory Acne Fungal Infections Herpes Zoster Inflammatory Lesions Hair Loss Persistent Redness ( excellent results) 1
  2. 2. Full Spectrum Light What is the F.S.L.? 1. Full Spectrum Light 2. "Full Spectrum Light" emulates natural light closet to sunlight from 320 nm to 8,000 nm wavelengths. 3. The emitted light is created from electric arc between tow carbon rods, called Ark Rods, at ultra high temperature more than 3000°C 4. F.S.L. delivers synergy effect through emission of three different bands of light; ultraviolet, visible and Infrared spectrum which cannot be generated from a single wavelength.
  3. 3. Full Spectrum Light F.S.L. ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
  4. 4. Full Spectrum Light TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION  Wave length :320nm ~5,000nm  Power requirements :AC 220V, 50/60hz  Power consumption:360W(max)  Weight :40Kg  Dimensions :1150x400x450 Revolutionary Atopic Dermatitis Treatment 4
  5. 5. Full Spectrum Light How does F.S.L. work?  F.S.L. generates the thermal plasma which is characterized by the high energy through Arc discharge.  Our Ark-Rod is consisted of carbon compounds including 16 chemical elements Three different bands of light which are beneficial to treat a variety of skin disorders such as Atopic dermatitis, Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne etc are produced using proprietary high-power plasma light source.  F.S.L . electromagnetic spectrum does not contain UVC and UVB!!
  6. 6. Full Spectrum Light F.S.L. Superior Technology (I) All wavelengths from 320nm(UVA) to 5,000 nm (Far IR) emit simultaneously by Ark discharge  Type of Ark Rod: Ark Rod(AR)-A, AR-B, AR-C, AR-D  Component Ratio: AR-A: C-99% AR-B: C-94%, Si-0.3%, S-0.1%, K-0.2% AR-C: C-96%, S-0.1%, Ca-0.13% AR-D: C-95%, S-0.1%, K-0.13% The clinical effects of the AR-C and AR-D are on the way
  7. 7. Full Spectrum Light LIGHT SENSOR Light sensor detects the emitted light from two Ark Rods
  8. 8. Full Spectrum Light Source of F.S.L. lights Arc Rods burning generate full spectrum light simultaneously without any harmful gas and fume. Two Ark Rods inside of Light Generator
  9. 9. Full Spectrum Light Illumination of 10,000Lux
  10. 10. HOW TO TREAT F.S.L ? 10
  11. 11. Biological effects of F.S.L. 280nm 320nm 400nm 800nm 8000nm UVC UVB UVA Visible ray Infrared ray Reduce itch/Pruritus  Speed up healing  Increase lymphatic and process by transporting blood circulatory systems Germicidal effect, more oxygen andanti-inflammatory  Control Hormone balance nutrients to the skineffects  Increase Blood flow  Control autonomic Improve immunity  Promote blood circulation nerve systemfunction and promotecalcium metabolism
  12. 12. Full Spectrum Light Mechanism of F.S.L. Indirectness process Directness process 1. Activation of photochemical synthesis 1. Germicidal action of skin surface in skin tissue Suppression 2. Photochemical synthesis of Vit D3 for pruritus 2. Prevention for inflammation of skin 3.Improve and control the function of surface immune systems 4. Normalization of immune response 3. Normalization of skin function Germicidal effect, Anti-inflammation, and Normalization of immune system by UVA. Control skin wound healing and auto-nerve system by Visible ray Increase body blood flow and circulation by Infrared ray
  13. 13. ADVANTAGES OF F.S.L ? 1. Non side effects ( only slight tanning ) 2. Minimal or non steroid use for Tx. 3. Safety for under 1-2 years old 4.Lowest recurrence rates ( 1-2% less) 5.Make immune systems repaired by combing 3 band of lights. ( less recurrence rates) 6.Multi applications (any Inflammatory lesions are useful ) 7.Combining a synergic effect for inflammatory lesions treatment through all band of lights for UVA, Visible light and Far Infrared simultaneously. 13
  14. 14. Full Spectrum Light Clinical Indications for dermatology  Psoriasis  Atopic dermatitis  Inflammatory Acne  Fungal infections  Herpes Zoster  Inflammatory lesions
  15. 15. Full Spectrum Light Atopic dermatitis
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  18. 18. Full Spectrum Light Before After 2 weeks DERMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF CHUNG-ANG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN KOREA  Treatment Period: 35-year-old female two times per a After 4 weeks week for a month
  19. 19. Full Spectrum Light Before After 2 weeks DERMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF CHUNG-ANG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN KOREA  Treatment Period: 28-year-old male two times per a week After 4 weeks for a month
  20. 20. Full Spectrum Light Before After 2 weeks DERMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF CHUNG-ANG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN KOREA After 4 weeks After 1 month  Tx Period: 28-year-old male two times per a week for a month
  21. 21. Full Spectrum Light Before After 2 weeks After 4 weeks After 4 weeks DERMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF CHUNG-ANG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN KOREA  Treatment Period: 26-year-old male two times per a week for two months After 4 weeks
  22. 22. Full Spectrum Light Atopic Dermatitis 35-year-old female with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per-week for four weeks Before After 2weeks After 4weeks  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim, M.D.
  23. 23. Full Spectrum Light Atopic Dermatitis 5-year-old girl with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : three times per a week for a month Before After 11 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  24. 24. Full Spectrum Light 1-year-old boy with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for six months Before After 48 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  25. 25. Full Spectrum Light 8-year-old girl with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for two weeks  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim Before After 8 treatments
  26. 26. Full Spectrum Light 12-year-old girl with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for three weeks After 6 treatments Before  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  27. 27. Full Spectrum Light 8-year-old girl with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : three times per a week for two months Before After 12 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim After 22 treatments
  28. 28. Full Spectrum Light 14-year-old girl with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : three times per a week for two months Before After 24 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  29. 29. Full Spectrum Light 36-year-old female with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : three times per a week for a month Before After 8 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  30. 30. Full Spectrum Light 30-year-old female with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for two months Before After 16 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  31. 31. Full Spectrum Light Before After 4 treatments After 8 treatments After 12 treatments After 14 treatments After 16 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  32. 32. Full Spectrum Light After 11 treatments After 20 treatments Before Patient10: 37-year-old female with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : three times per a week for two months  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  33. 33. Full Spectrum Light Patient12: 32-year-old male with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for fourteen months Before After  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  34. 34. Full Spectrum Light Patient13: 28-year-old male with atopic dermatitis Treatment period : two times per a week for three months Before After 24 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  35. 35. Full Spectrum Light Inflammatory lesions
  36. 36. Full Spectrum Light Inflammatory Acne
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  38. 38. Full Spectrum Light Inflammatory Acne Before After 12 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  39. 39. Full Spectrum Light Inflammatory Acne Before After 7 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  40. 40. INFLAMMATORY ACNE 49
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  43. 43. Full Spectrum Light Psoriasis
  44. 44. Full Spectrum Light Psoriasis Patient 1: 28-year-old male with Psoriasis Treatment period : three times per a week for three months Before After 24 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  45. 45. Full Spectrum Light Psoriasis Before After 8 treatments  Courtesy of Dr. B.J. Kim
  46. 46. TINEA PEDIS WITH FSL 59
  47. 47. TINEA PEDIS WITH FSL 60
  48. 48. Full Spectrum Light Hair Loss
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