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Microdome Bipolar coagulation electrode for minimal access procedures / ENT, autoclavable, and max 250Vp.
Surgery is more and more frequently effected through minimal access points, either through trocar tubes or through natural body orices. This requires instruments which, on the one hand, have the necessary stability and, on the other hand, are sufficiently fine to ensure that the surgical areas are always visible despite of the small access.
In cases where bipolar forceps cannot be used e.g. for bipolar coagulation of diffusely bleeding areas in the nose, a new generation of electrodes have been developed with a shaft diameter of only two mm.
Microdome electrodes enable the surgeon to cauterise bleeding in an effective and safe way even in the smallest cavities.
An example of its sucessful use by professor Prof. Or. med. T. Kretschmer:
"I have had the opportunity to continue testing the Microdome coagulation electrode made available by your company. After modifying the settings in accordance with your recommendations, working with this electrode is now very convenient. In practice, I use it for coagulation of the dura during transnasal / transsphenoidal hypophysis operations. For this application, the electrode works very reliably and is very practical due to its bayonet-type and slender design..."
A full copy of the statement can be supplied on request.
The electrode can be seen in action:
This instrument is very good at stopping bleeding in the nose, for example during epistaxis or in transnasal surgery.
Bipolar cables are available for most geneartors to the Microdome instrument. Instrument fitting "71".
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