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Micro-Bipolar coagulation electrode

Surgery is more and more frequently affected through minimal access points, either through trocar tubes or through natural body orifices. This requires instruments which, on the one hand, have the necessary stability and on the other hand, are sufficiently fine to ensure that the surgical areas are always visible despite of the small access.

In cases where bipolar forceps cannot be used e.g. for bipolar coagulation of diffusely bleeding areas in the nose, a new generation of electrodes have been developed with a shaft diameter of only 2 mm. Micro-bipolar electrodes enable the surgeon to cauterize bleeding in an effective and safe way even in the smallest cavities.

 



The rounded cupola tip aids insertion into the surgical area and by using bipolar technology, the application of a neutral electrode is not required. The ergonomic handle is equipped with a standard flat plug connection that can be used with common bipolar cables to nearly all high-frequency generators. The instrument can be cleaned easily as it does not have to be dismantled, and is completely reusable; as a result the costs per use are low.