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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In addition, because adult tonsils are more vascular, they are more prone to vigorous intraoperative bleeding that may be difficult to control with bipolar cautery alone.
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Our technique is simple which fixes conjunctival graft to the bare sclera without use of glue or suture it uses bipolar cautery and oozing blood, thus saves time and use of any external material, safe and cheap.
(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. Following removal of the cyst, we performed a primary closure with Vicryl 4-0 suture.
We excised this lesion via bipolar cautery, which we prefer to cold-knife or [CO.sub.2] laser surgery.
Microsuspension laryngoscopy was performed with microflap excision of the bilateral Reinke's edema and with bipolar cautery of multiple ectatic vessels on the superior surface of each vocal fold.
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The pathophysiology of LCH is unknown, but it is associated with trauma, pregnancy, oral contraceptive use, and several cases have been reported as a result of excessive bipolar cautery used in inferior turbinate surgery.
Tonsillectomy using bipolar cautery had a statistically significantly higher postoperative hemorrhage rate than that using cold dissection (p<0.05; Figure 2).
Tourniquet was deflated and adequate hemostasis was achieved with bipolar cautery. Skin was closed with 4-0 prolene and compression dressing was applied.