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Peer reviewed articles document Ellipse's performance

Clinical abstracts on Ellipse swt and lasers

Peer-reviewed literature documents Ellipse performance

International medical regulatory authorities have approved Ellipse's SWT and laser based systems. And peer-reviewed literature has thoroughly documented Ellipse system’s safety and effectiveness.

Clinical abstracts ensure that Ellipse system's claims have been independently verified in clinical trials.

These papers are informative and detail clinical studies involving Ellipse systems. The opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors and editors, and not necessarily those of Ellipse. Ellipse is not responsible for any medical information presented in the articles.  

Review articles

  1. Intense pulsed light (IPL): A review. Philipp Babilas, MD, et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42:93-104 (2010)

Hair removal

  1. Intense pulsed light photoepilation turns out to be permanent at 5-9 years follow-up. Peter Bjerring, MD et al. (White paper, 2011)
  2. Hair removal of hirsutism caused by endocrinological disease or drug induced - a retrospective study of 253 patients. Lo Rumar et al. (EADV 2008)
  3. Hair removal with Ellipse Flex intense pulsed light system. Zeng et. al. (Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Medicine. Nov. 2006. Vol.15. No.11)
  4. Photoepilation results of axillary hair in dark-skinned patients by intense pulsed light: comparison between different wavelengths and pulse widths. Jong Hee Lee et. al. (Dermatol Surg 2006; 32: 239-245) 
  5. Comparison of different methods of photo epilation. S. Strangl et al. ( Med. Laser Appl. 17: 349 (2002))
  6. Hair reduction using a new intense pulsed light irradiator and a normal mode ruby laser. Peter Bjerring et al. (Journal of cutaneous laser therapy 2000; 2: 63-71)
  7. Hair removal with second generation broad spectrum intense pulsed light source - a long-term follow-up. Agneta Troilius et. al (Journal of cutaneous laser therapy 1999; 1: 173-178) 

Photo rejuvenation

  1. Skin rejuvenation using intense pulsed light. A randomized controlled split-face trial with blinded response evaluation. Lene Hedelund, MD et. al. (Arch Dermatol/Vol 142, Aug. 2006, 985 - 990)
  2. Photorejuvenation by Intense Pulsed Light with objective measurement of skin colour in Japanese patients. Kei Negishi, MD et al. (Dermatol Surg 2006; 32: 1380 - 1387)
  3. Facial photo rejuvenation using two different Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) wavelength bands. Peter Bjerring, MD et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 34: 120 - 126, 2004)
  4. Safety and efficacy of a second-generation intense pulsed source for treating Asian skin. Harue Suzuki et al.
  5.  Rejuvenation of the eyes: combined techniques. Sylvie Poignonec, MD (Prime-journal.com. March 2012; 21- 28)


Vascular lesions

  1. Split-face comparison of intense pulsed light with short- and long-pulsed dye lasers for the treatment of port-wine stains. Philipp Babilas et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42: 720- 727, 2010)
  2. Comparison of intense pulsed light (IPL) and pulsed dye laser (PDL) in port-wine stain treatment. Michael Drosner et al. (Medical Laser Application 23 (2008) 133 - 140)
  3. Clinical application of intense pulsed light in facial telangiectasis in 238 cases (Chinese J Aesth Plast Surg , Apr. 2008 , Vol. 19 , No. 2)
  4. Progressive disseminated essential telangiectasia and erythrosis interfollicularis colli as examples for successful treatment with a high-intensity flashlamp. Sabrina M. Wenzel, MD et al. (Dermatology 2008; 217: 286 - 290)
  5. Early treatment of haemangioma in childhood using IPL. M. Drosner (EADV, 16-24 May, 2007)
  6. Intense pulsed light source for the treatment of dye laser resistant port-wine stains. P. Bjerring et al. (J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 2003; 5: 7-13)
  7. Intense pulsed light source for the treatment of facial telangiectasias. P. Bjerring et al. (J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 2001; 3: 169 - 173)

Vascular treatments by Nd:YAG

  1. Long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser: does it give clinical benefit of the treatment of facial telangiectasia? J. H. Lee et al. (Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and venerology 2011)
  2. Parameter of a new Nd:YAG laser with air flow cooling. M. Drosner et al. (EADV 2007)

Pigmented lesions

  1. Treatment of Asian skin with advanced IPL source. Harue Suzuki (ASDS poster)


Acne vulgaris

  1. Clinical Study and Evaluation of Treatment of Face Acne Vulgaris with Intense Pulsed Light (Chin J Dermato Venerol Integ Trad W Med 2009, Vol. 8 No. 6)
  2. Treatment of facial acne papules and pustules in Korean patients using an intense pulsed light device equipped with a 530- to 750 nm filter. Sung-Eun Chang, MD et al. (Dermatol Surg 2007; 33: 676 - 679)


Onychomycosis 

  1. White paper: Midway follow-up of Nd:YAG treatment of onychomycosis. Comparison of sub-millisecond (0.3ms) and millisecond (35ms) treatments
  2. New guidelines for Nd:YAG treatment of onychomycosis based on 12-month follow-up and clinical literature study. Bjerring, Troilius, Christiansen (Whitepaper, 2014)



Other applications

For regulatory approval status, please see "instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S. Legal note: This information is included not as an endorsement of the treatments which Ellipse does not have regulatory approval of, but to raise awareness of the research.

  1. Effects of intense pulsed light in microstomia in patients with systemic sclerosis: A pilot study. Dr Lisbeth Rosholm Comstedt, Åke Svensson, Roger Hesselstrand, Leena Lehti & Agnta Troilius Rubin (J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2016 Dec 2
  2. Laser therapy for refractory discoid lupus erythematosus when everything else has failed. Ekbäck MP, Troilius A. (J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2013 May 29.)
  3. Long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser on periorbital wrinkles in Asian patients:
    randomized split face study. Chang SE, Choi M, Kim MS, Chung JY, Park YW, Lee JH (J Dermatolog Treat. 2013 Jan 20)



PDT applications for photo rejuvenation (EU/MDD 93/42/EEC)

For regulatory approval status, please see "Instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S. Legal note: This information is included not as an endorsement of the treatment which Ellipse does not have regulatory approval of, but to raise awareness of the research.

  1. Efficacy and tolerability of 5-aminolevulinic acid 0.5% liposomal spray and intense pulsed light in wrinkle reduction of photoaged skin. Antonella Piccioni et al. (Journal of Dermatological treatment. 2011 Early Online: 1-7)
  2. Photodynamic therapy using a new formulation of 5-aminolevulinic acid for wrinkles in Asian skin: A randomized controlled split face study. Hyun Tae Shin, Jun Hwan Kim, Joonho Shim, Jong Hee Lee, Dong Youn Lee, Joo Heung Lee, and Jun Mo Yang (Journal of Dermatological Treatment, 2014 Early Online 1-6)


Off label PDT applications for photo rejuvenation (EU/MDD 93/42/EEC)

For regulatory approval status, please see "Instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S. Legal note: This information is included not as an endorsement of the treatment which Ellipse does not have regulatory approval of, but to raise awareness of the research.

  1. Liposome-encapsulated 0.5% 5-aminolevulinic acid with intense pulsed light for the treatment of inflamatory facial acne: A pilot study. Chi K. Yeung, MBBS et al. (Dermatol Surg 2011; 37: 450 - 459)
  2. 0.5% liposome-encapsulated 5-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) photodynamic therapy for acne treatment. Jee-Soo An et al. (Journal of Cosmetic and laser Therapy, 2011; 13: 28 - 32)
  3. Photodynamic therapy of acne vulgaris using 5-aminolevulinic acid 0.5% liposomal spray and intense pulsed light in combination with topical keratolytic agents. J. de Leeuw et al. (JEADV 2010, 24, 460 - 469) 
  4. Liposome-encapsulated 0.5% 5-aminolevulinic acid with intense pulsed light for the treatment of inflamatory facial acne: A pilot study. Chi K. Yeung, MBBS et al. (Poster, ASLM 2008)
  5. Topical photodynamic therapy for treatment of acne vulgaris. E. J. Hwang et al. (Poster, ASLM 2006)
  6.  5-ALA for photodynamic photorejuvenation - optimization of treatment regime based on normal-skin fluorescence measurements. Kaare Christiansen et al. (Lasers in Surgery and medicine 39: 302 - 310 (2007)

General about IPL in other languages

  1. General information about IPL and Ellipse. Chapter from a book by Catherine Raimbault (in french)

Clinical Whitepapers

  1. Nordlys short pulse SWT treatment of Port Wine Stain & Rosacea (comparison with Pulsed Dye Laser) - Kaare Christiansen (2015)

 

Ellipse clinical abstracts

 

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