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    UV-B Narrowband TL

    UVB Narrowband TL – proven as the most effective in phototherapy

    UV-B Narrowband TL

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        More than 400 independent clinical studies have proven that the UVB Narrowband TL lamps are safer and more effective than any other lamps in their class. That is because these lamps emit only a very narrow waveband from the ‘B’ bandwidth of the UV spectrum (290 to 315). This narrow waveband is between 305 and 315 nm and peaks at 311 nm: the most efficacious waveband for the treatment of psoriasis. This means that treatment is much more focused and exposure times are much shorter. This in turn leads to a reduction of side effects such as reddening of the skin and itching. All of this makes them ideal for phototherapy treatment of diseases such as psoriasis and vitiligo. What’s more, because the overall dosage of this narrowband radiation can be closely controlled, these lamps are suitable for home therapy.

        Benefits

        Minimum side effects like redness, itching and burns
        Shorter period of exposure and less erythemal radiation than conventional UVB lamps
        Optimal therapeutic effect with minimum side effects
        Proven to be most effective on the skin

        Features

        Emission peak at 311 nm
        Narrowband
        Special developed phosphor and glass
        World wide tested in more than 400 clinical tests

        Applications

        Psoriasis, Vitiligo

        Warning & Safety

        A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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