Blue Light


All living organisms are capable of interacting with Light. This interaction can have very different effects: from the stimulation of repair and healing processes where there is damage or pathology, to the slowing down or inhibition of physiological processes, up to cell death that is necessary to inactivate pathogens such as bacteria and viruses.

In recent years, thanks to Italian research and the activity of Emoled, it has been found that certain wavelengths of visible light in the range of Blue (410-430) are able to naturally help the healing process of skin lesions. Recently, the same wavelengths have shown an inactivation effect on various types of viruses, including SARS-COV-2.

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Photobiomodulation (PBM) with Blue LED Light for the healing of chronic wounds

Photobiomodulation (PBM) with Blue LED Light for the healing of chronic wounds

Webinar for healthcare professionals

The appointment is set for Monday 19 July 2021, at 02 PM (CET time). The webinar is an opportunity for healthcare professional interested in wound care to learn more about Photobiomodulation (PBM) with Blue LED Light: a non-invasive, painless, and fast therapy that may benefit a wide variety of wound types including those that have failed to heal with standard care such as chronic wounds.

Photobiomodulation is recognized as a physical therapy able to elicit therapeutic effects such as resolution of inflammation, reduction of pain and acceleration of tissue repair. It is based on a direct transfer of light energy from a device to the patient, without the use of mediators. Photobiomodulation with Blue LED light, in the specific interval used by the EmoLED medical device, is a recent technological and scientific achievement; it has been extensively studied in animal models and in humans where it has demonstrated to be a useful adjuvant therapy for wounds not responding to standard of care.

Four wound care experts will share their experience of Blue LED Light PBM:

Dr STEFANO GASPERINI, Emoled Medical Advisor, Italy.

Dr MARINO CILIBERTI, Regenerative Surgery, Tissue Repair Center, ASL Naples 3 South, Italy.

Adj Asst Prof. TJUN YIP TANG, Department of Vascular Surgery, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore.

Dr CARLA PEZZUTO, Plastic Surgeon, Spinal Unit, Traumatologic Ortopedic Center, City of Health and Science of Tourin Hospital, Italy.

Stefano Gasperini will introduce Photobiomodulation with Blue LED Light as wound care therapy, explaining its mode of action. Marino Ciliberti will present the results of the BLUR clinical study, showing evidence of the contribution of Blue Light to the healing of hard-to-heal wounds. Tjun Yip Tung will share his experience of Blue LED Light in the treatment of VLU ulcers. Carla Pezzuto will discuss the use of Blue LED Light for managing pressure ulcers, sharing the results of her preliminary experience in patients with spinal cord lesions.

The presentations will be followed by a live Q&A.

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Emoled Srl is under control and coordination of L4T-Light4tech Srl and conducts its research activities in partenrship with LENS and IFAC from Florence