bipolar cautery

bi·po·lar cau·ter·y

electrocautery by high frequency electrical current passed through tissue from an active to a passive electrode; used for hemostasis.

bi·po·lar cau·ter·y

(bī-pō'lăr kaw'tĕr-ē)
Electrocautery by high frequency electrical current passed through tissue from an active to a passive electrode; used for hemostasis.

bi·po·lar cau·ter·y

(bī-pō'lăr kaw'tĕr-ē)
Electrocautery by high frequency electrical current passed through tissue from an active to a passive electrode; used for hemostasis.
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Bleeding that is still not controlled can be treated with topical hemostatic adjuncts including dilute lidocaine with epinephrine, thrombin, fibrin glue, and bipolar cautery.
7) and harmonic scalpel surgery (8) indicate that these procedures cause less thermal damage to surrounding tissues than does conventional monopolar or bipolar cautery.
Laparoscopic placement of a vascular clamp and use of argon beam coagulators, harmonic shears, bipolar cautery, new hemostatic agents, and other technology make this possible, she said.
Using any cutting device (such as monopolar or bipolar cautery, laser, or Harmonic Scalpel), amputate the cervix, beginning at the level of the internal cervical os.
If so, bleeding can be controlled with bipolar cautery to prevent postoperative hematoma formation.
It is my belief that tissue destruction and necrosis due to excessive use of bipolar cautery may explain fistula formation and uterine rupture with pregnancy, complications reported by others.
If bleeding persists, it can usually be controlled under direct visualization by bipolar cautery or by temporary packing with a swab impregnated with epinephrine.
The tonsils were removed by bipolar diathermy dissection, and hemostasis was achieved by bipolar cautery.
These relatively low temperatures are still high enough to control bleeding in smaller vessels, even in bipolar cautery mode.
7) They recommend a transorbital endoscopic ligation or bipolar cautery through a Lynch incision.
Rarely is bleeding encountered, but when it is, it can be controlled by meticulous bipolar cautery.