The randomly divided patients of Group A (n=30) underwent cauterization with unipolar cautery while Group B (n=30) patients with bipolar cautery
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These include blunt dissection, guillotine excision, electrocautery, cryosurgery, coblation tonsillectomy, laser tonsillectomy monopolar and bipolar cautery
By using a transnasal endoscopic approach, the left nasal cavity was entered and the total excision of the cyst was performed by bipolar cautery
, bistoury, elevator, and cup forceps (Figure-2 D-J).
In all those patients, the cystic artery was divided by bipolar cautery
and the cystic duct was ligated intracorporeally using non-absorbable suture.
The jugular bulb was separated from the malleus and stapes and reduced via bipolar cautery
Comparison between silk ligation and bipolar cautery
Over the next hour, we dissected out the massive goiter, one of the largest I had seen, cutting some of the veins with the device, tying some, dividing some with a bipolar cautery
, and discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each technique.
Bleeding that is still not controlled can be treated with topical hemostatic adjuncts including dilute lidocaine with epinephrine, thrombin, fibrin glue, and bipolar cautery
The maximum power of the device was 80 watts and its frequency was 400 Hz for 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.
All terminal branches of superior thyroid artery, inferior thyroid artery and other unnamed vessels were cauterized with bipolar cautery