Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a therapy that utilizes extraordinary medications, called photosensitizing operators, alongside light to execute cancer growth cells. The medications just work after they have been enacted or "turned on" by particular sorts of light. PDT may likewise be called photoradiation therapy, phototherapy, or photochemotherapy.

Contingent upon the piece of the body being dealt with, the photosensitizing specialist is either put into the circulatory system through a vein or put on the skin. Over a specific measure of time, the medication is consumed by the disease cells. At that point, light is enforced to the territory to be dealt with. The light makes the medication respond with oxygen, which shapes a chemical that slaughters the cells. PDT may likewise help by pulverizing the veins that feed the cancer cells and by cautioning the insusceptible framework to assault the cancer growth.

  • Cancer Phototherapy
  • Photosensitizer
  • Mesothelioma Therapy
  • Immunotherapy
  • Photolithography

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