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1903

Awarded Nobel Prize in Physiology – Father of Photomedicine

Awarded Nobel Prize in Physiology - Father of Photomedicine
1903

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1928

Development of Knott Hemo-Irradiator – First extracorporeal UV blood irradiator

Development of Knott Hemo-Irradiator - First extracorporeal UV blood irradiator
1928

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1930’s

Charring Cross Hospital in London actively utilizing sunlamps for treatment of degenerative and circulatory diseases

1930’s

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1940’s

Georgetown University Hospital utilizing light therapy to treat tuberculosis and polio

1940’s

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1987

Therakos Develops the UVAR Photophersis Extracorporeal Device

1987

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1994

The first high-brightness blue LED was demonstrated by Shuji Nakamura of Nichia Corporation in 1994 and was based on InGaN

The first high-brightness blue LED was demonstrated by Shuji Nakamura of Nichia Corporation in 1994 and was based on InGaN
1994

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2000

Development of Light Emitting Diode based irradiating system

Development of Light Emitting Diode based irradiating system
2000

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2013

The use of UV-C is used to sanitize surgical suites in large hosptials.

ISO 13485 Certification and CE Mark for the first direct-to-blood LED light therapy system – UVLrx Treatment System
2013

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2015

ISO 13485 Certification and CE Mark for the first direct-to-blood LED light therapy system – UVLrx Treatment System™

ISO 13485 Certification and CE Mark for the first direct-to-blood LED light therapy system – UVLrx Treatment System
2015

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