monopolar

monopolar

 [mon″o-po´ler]
having a single pole.

monopolar

(mon-o-pol'ar) [? + L. polus, pole]
1. Having one pole. Synonym: unipolar
2. In therapeutic electrical stimulation, the application of a current using large dispersive electrodes and smaller active electrodes under which the treatment effects occur.

monopolar

having a single pole.
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Contract notice: supply of monopolar and tripolar disconnectors 20kv with synthetic insulators.
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, an economic consulting firm, showed that average total bipolar TURP cost per procedure is approximately $1,100 lower than monopolar TURP, amounting to a 23.
Olympus asserts that bipolar electrosurgery featured in the plasma hysteroscopic resection and vaporization system has lower risks of electrolyte imbalance (hyponatremia) compared with monopolar electrosurgery.
Objective: To compare monopolar cautery with cold steel dissection for tonsillectomy in pediatric age group.
Bipolar resection had a higher rate of cautery artifact 5/42 (12%), compared to monopolar resection 2/77 (2.
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While simple and economic, monopolar electrical tonsillectomy with the help of hypertonic saline injected into the tonsillar capsule can effectively relieve patients' pain.
Megadyne complements Ethicon's advanced energy tools with world class products that include monopolar and bipolar electrodes, patient return electrodes, generators and smoke evacuation systems.
The electrosurgical instrument is further classified into monopolar and bipolar instruments.
Electrosurgery devices that have traditionally been used during TURP procedures have monopolar design and use nonconductive solutions (Glycine).
What originally began with a single monopolar RF device has progressed to a world in which there are skin-tightening devices that use bipolar energy and tripolar energy, as well as monopolar, and newer machines that boast five and eight poles of RF energy.
Given a graph G, a monopolar partition of G is a partition (A, B) of its vertex set where A is an independent set and B induces a disjoint union of cliques in G.