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Because the radiofrequency is provided in short on-and-off pulses and the blade contains highly insulated electrodes, the PlasmaBlade cuts tissue at an average temperature that is half that of a conventional electrosurgery device and can be as low as 50 degrees Centigrade.
Also as part of the study, full-thickness skin incisions were made on porcine skin using a traditional electrosurgery device, the PEAK PlasmaBlade and a standard scalpel blade.
This technology provides the benefits of both traditional scalpel and electrosurgery approaches -- enabling surgeons to cut soft tissue precisely with little damage to surrounding tissues and to control bleeding.
Potential and subclinical injury to erectile tissue caused by electrosurgery on the penis cannot be underestimated," he added.
There are many applications and advantages to using conventional electrosurgery in common surgical procedures.
The present contract is the supply of equipment for electrosurgery allocated to the operating block, along with conducting training.
Browse 103 Market Data Tables 25 Figures spread through 261 Pages and in-depth TOC on " Electrosurgery Market "
Chairman and CEO of USMI and a practicing surgeon, said, "WEM is a worldwide recognized name and leader in electrosurgery equipment development and in the medical applications for plasma for 26 years.
Unlike electrosurgery, which runs an electrical current through the tissue, energy from an ultrasonically activated scalpel (UAS) is dispersed at the tip of the instrument, "so there's no energy running through the patient that could cause remote injury" said Dr.
NASDAQ: SURG) announced the signing of a 3 month extension to March 31, 2009 of the current electrosurgery product distribution and Malis([R]) trademark licensing agreements with Codman & Shurtleff, Inc.
DALLAS, April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The global electrosurgery market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.