Until recently, a combination of topical and oral medications – including antibiotics – offers been used almost exclusively with varying degrees of success to fight acne. Now, dermatologists are employing non-ablative laser beam technology to successfully treat active acne and the scarring that often results as well. One of the main benefits of non-ablative lasers, in contrast to their ablative counterparts, is usually that they can clear pimples without producing a notable problems for the outer layer of the skin. Non-ablative therapy works by targeting the overactive sebaceous glands that are responsible for acne.Adults with a first episode of acute pancreatitis who had been at high risk for complications were eligible to undergo randomization. Individuals were regarded as at risky for problems if, within 24 hours after presentation to the emergency section, the Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II34 score was 8 or higher , if the Imrie or modified Glasgow rating35 was 3 or higher , or if the serum C-reactive protein level was more than 150 mg per liter.36 These assessments predict the development of complications during the course of the condition.