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Probes, Electrothermal Cautery, Uncovered

Definition : Electrothermal cautery probes in which the heating component (e.g., a high-resistance wire) is formed to an appropriate shape and left exposed to contact the tissue directly. They do not deliver electrical current to tissue. Uncovered electrocautery probes are used mainly for cutting and/or coagulation during surgical procedures. In some dedicated probes, the heating element is attached to a scalpel blade, making them hemostatic scalpels.

UMDC code : 20866

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Advanced Meditech International Inc (AMI)

Company Type: Parent

Since 1992 Advanced Meditech International, Inc.(AMI) has provided medical professionals worldwide with surgical and other equipments specially designed to make practice safer, simpler and more cost-effective. Through close partnerships with various medical organizations, we assist urologists as well as family physicians, dentists, plastic surgeons, and many others to learn the latest & innovative techniques that increase the quality of their patient care.

Geiger Medical Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

The TCU provides all the cautery power necessary for treating the numerous minor surgical conditions seen by physicians in everyday practice. The cautery unit is ideal for applications in dermatology, ophthalmology, occupational health, ENT, plastic surgery, urology, podiatry, or any specialty that requires accurate hemostasis.

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