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Electrothermal Cautery Units, Infrared

Definition : Electrothermal cautery units designed to coagulate and/or destroy tissue by applying a probe that converts infrared (IR) radiation into heat; they are intended mainly to control bleeding and for therapeutic procedures. These units typically consist of an electronic power source with a timer and controls, a handpiece with the IR lamp, a detachable probe with a quartz glass light guide that converts IR radiation into heat, a disposable sterile sheath to reduce the risk of cross-contamination, and an electric cord to connect the handpiece to the power source. Most units are available with a set of probes for different applications. IR electrothermal cautery units are intended for a variety of applications, including anorectal (e.g., hemorrhoidectomy), dermatologic (e.g., tattoo suppression), and hair transplantation procedures.

Entry Terms : "Infrared Cautery Units, Electrothermal"

UMDC code : 23424

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