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Latest Events
  1. FEB 2015: CEO of FUETOR™, Mr. Mangesh Patankar promotes the newly launched FUETOR™ automated hair transplant system by getting hair transplant done on him.
  2. JAN 2015: In a scientific study to check tissue viability of follicular units harvested with FUETOR™ against manual FUE, it is found that FUETOR™ has 18% - 20% better tissue viability than Manual FUE.
  3. Dec 2014: Renowned Automated FUE Expert Dr Kuldeep Saxena uses FUETOR™.
  4. Nov 2014: Renowned Hair Transplant Surgeon Dr. Sandeep Sattur uses FUETOR™.
  5. SEP 2014: Veol Medical Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is India's first medical device company to launch suction based advanced hair transplant system "FUETOR™".

Latest Research
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Claim:
Transection rate: Powered FUE has a 5.4% transection rate as compared to the 17.3% transection rate of manual methods.
Reference:
ONDA, M., IGAWA, H. H., INOUE, K. and TANINO, R. (2008), Novel Technique of Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplantation with a Powered Punching Device. Dermatologic Surgery, 34: 1683-1688.
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Claim:
Harvesting time: Powered FUE has a shorter harvesting time (6 min for 100 grafts) as compared to manual FUE (14.2 min)
Reference:
ONDA, M., IGAWA, H. H., INOUE, K. and TANINO, R. (2008), Novel Technique of Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplantation with a Powered Punching Device. Dermatologic Surgery, 34: 1683-1688.
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Claim:
Graft survival: Chances of graft survival after FUT 70-80% and after FUE chances are 85-95%
4.
Claim:
Recovery time: Powered FUE surgeries have shorter recovery time - up to 80% faster as compared to strip hair transplant
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Claim:
Cost savings: Powered FUE offers up to a 50% cost savings over a manual FUE treatment
6.
ONDA, M., IGAWA, H. H., INOUE, K. and TANINO, R. (2008), Novel Technique of Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplantation with a Powered Punching Device. Dermatologic Surgery, 34: 1683-1688.
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BICKNELL, L. M., KASH, N., KAVOUSPOUR, C. and RASHID, R. M. (2014), Follicular unit extraction hair transplant harvest: a review of current recommendations and future considerations. Dermatology Online Journal, 20(3).
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BERNSTEIN, R. M., RASSMAN, W. R. and ANDERSON, K. W. (2004), FUE Megasessions- Evolution of a technique. Hair Transplant Forum International, 14(2): 97-99.
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BERNSTEIN, R. M. and RASSMAN, W. R. (2006), New instrumentation for three-step follicular unit extraction. Hair Transplant Forum International, 16(1).
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MOHAMAND, H. and AHMAD, M. (2013), Follicular unit extraction: a new armametarium for hair restorative surgeon. Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists, 23(2): 194-197.
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RASHID, R. M. and BICKNELL, L. T. M. (2012), Follicular unit extraction hair transplant automation: Options in overcoming challenges of the latest technology in hair restoration with the goal of avoiding the line scar. Dermatology Online Journal, 18(9): 12.
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HARRIS, J. A. (2008), New methodology and instrumentation for follicular unit extraction: Lower follicle transection rates and expanded patient candidacy. Dermatologic surgery, 32(1): 56-62


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