ECHOLASER therapy is an ablation of
tumors using a precise laser under the
control of ultrasound.

Advantages of EchoLaser Therapy

It is the first and only integrated system that meets the requirements of both diagnostics and treatment. Thanks to ultrasound, it is possible to diagnose tumors, as well as to monitor in real time the correct location of laser light applicators and effectively monitor damage caused by tuberous lesions.

Thermal destruction of the lesion "in situ".

Preservation of the organ and healthy tissue.

Micro-invasive technique.

No need for general anesthesia.

Short treatment time.

No signs or scars on the body.

Absence of postoperative pain or its reduction.

Lack or limited time of hospitalisation.

Short recovery time.

EchoLaser Technology

EchoLaser technology combines micro-invasiveness (thanks to the use of very thin needle with a diameter of 21G/0.8 mm) and the concept of using multiple applicators at once. It enables the treatment of various cancerous lesions (up to 5cm diameters).

The interaction of laser radiation with a wavelength of 1064nm is optimally selected, offering low radiation absorption and excellent light penetration. The range of laser radiation in which the radiation transmission in cells is greatest is called the optical (therapeutic) window and is in the range of a wavelength of 550-1200nm. It is recognized that radiation waves in this length range are the most penetrating for the skin.


Echolaser thermotherapy produces light energy invisible to the eye with a wavelength of 1064 nm. It transfers it from the source to the tissues via extremely flexible quartz fibres of small diameter (0.3 mm) and a flat tip.


A particular feature of EchoLaser is that it produces electromagnetic radiation of a strictly defined frequency – wavelength. In addition, the characteristic way of penetration of the laser into the tissues makes the treatments carried out with it very effective and safe. What's more, Echolaser is also characterized by coherence and collimation.


  • The laser transmits energy in a precise and limited way.
  • The laser produces predictable, precise and controlled thermal damage.
  • Minimal dispersion of laser energy in tissues different from the purpose of ablation allows for the treatment of changes in critical zones.
  • Laser energy is well tolerated by the body with a very low risk of complications.
  • The use of many fibers allows to obtain a large area of coagulation.