Electrosurgery

Electrosurgery

Which type of electrosurgery system best suits your requirements? 

Hyfrecator 2000 or the Aaron A940

  • A low level electrosurgery system that delivers up to 35 watts of energy in the Kilohertz range, delivered through either mono-polar pencil with electrode or bi-polar forceps
  • You will only perform  minor electrosurgery procedures and be limited to the epidermis and uppermost dermis layer only
  • You only use a scalpel to make your incisions and cut tissues during minor surgery
  • You will need to FLUGURATE - cause tissue destruction by electric arching between the electrode and the tissue
  • You will need to DESICCATE - dehydrate and dry the top layer cells only, creating a man-made seal/scab
  • You will need to CAUTERISE - seal small vessels and fluid seepage using heat to sear and solidify the tissue
  • You will need to COAGULATE - changing of a fluid from a liquid state to a solid state by heating

 


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