tissue ablation

tissue ablation

The coagulation, cooking, drying, or destruction of tissues, e.g., with cautery, chemicals, or thermotherapy.
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Microwave tissue ablation for primary liver tumours will also be added as an alternative to radio frequency ablation treatment for patients who have tumours that cannot be treated by conventional surgery.
Codman Neurosurgery's existing portfolio and new product pipeline in advanced hydrocephalus, neuro-critical care and electrosurgery complement Integra's leading products and pipeline in tissue ablation, dural repair and cranial stabilization.
Recent advances in HIFU, which was developed in the 1940s as a viable thermal tissue ablation approach, have increased its popularity.
The company was established to develop and commercialise innovative intellectual property and novel device technology in the field of radiofrequency tissue ablation.
The vaporization method requires the optic fiber surface to move in circle around the starting point while tissue became ablated until a tissue ablation pit with a diameter of about 2 cm formed.
The PlasmaJet Surgical System from Plasma Surgical is an advanced energy device for cutting, coagulation, and tissue ablation.
The company also has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its Cusa NXT bone tips, which are used with the company's existing Cusa NXT ultrasonic tissue ablation system.
This heat conducts outwards, creating a secondary thermal conduction heat zone which completes the tissue ablation or coagulation (Clegg, 2011).
Using a foot control for soft tissue ablation applications allows for more precise operation of die hand piece.
12) Moreover, an ex vivo study showed that diode laser has a higher tissue ablation capacity than KTP, which means a shorter operative time for the same amount of tissue.
BSD estimates the global soft tissue ablation market to potentially be worth over $2 billion.
In vivo results of a new focal tissue ablation technique: irreversible electroporation.