Electrosurgical Unit (ESU) Articles

Image: Watch the NEW Covidien Valleylab FT10™ PM Procedure Using the ESU-2400 Autosequence

BC Group International has released a new video demonstrating the NEW Covidien Valleylab FT10™ PM Procedure using the ESU-2400 Electrosurgical Unit Analyzer....

Image: Biomed 101: ESU Principals, Safety and Testing

Modern medical electorsurgery uses this principle of cautery, but uses heat generated by electric current rather than hot stones....

Image: Biomed 101: Infusion device basics

Dr. William T. Bovie and Dr. Harvey Williams Cushing developed the first ESUs in the 1920s. Early ESU units used spark gaps to control RF energy. ESUs now allow for surgeries with more preci- sion and less blood loss......

Image: The Roundtable: Electrosurgery Equipment

This month’s roundtable includes questions and answers about purchasing and maintaining electrosurgery equipment....

Image: Soma Technology releases equipment shopping app

Soma Technology, Inc. has created a shopping app featuring capital medical equipment for hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers....

Image: Bovie IDS-300

Bovie’s Intelligent Digital System??(IDS) Series are electrosurgical generators with fully digital implementation for use in today’s modern OR and surgical outpatient center....

Image: Covidien Force FX Electrosurgical Generator

Covidien’s Force FX Electrosurgical Generator features Instant Response technology, which recognizes changes in tissue 200 times per second and adjusts voltage and currently accordingly....

Image: Electrosurgery

More than 80 percent of all surgical procedures today involve electrosurgery, according to Bovie Medical Corporation’s Medical Insights Blog. This procedure involves the use of electrical currents to cut tissue....

Image: Megadyne Mega Power ESU

Megadyne’s Mega Power electrosurgical generator has a new design, featuring an updated interface with more easily identified mode and feature buttons....

The CONMED System 7550 with ABC Technology offers a new level of rapid hemostasis. Argon Beam Coagulation allows the surgeon to achieve reductions in blood loss, surgical time and surgical plume. Surgeons can use this electrosurgical generator in a...

The generator features the company’s proprietary Dynamic Response Technology, which continuously synchronizes current and voltage. The System 5000 Electrosurgery Unit allows the surgeon to fine tune the electrosurgical generator to specific...

The development of thermally based surgical systems and instrumentation has advanced surgery in recent years. Thermal energy is now used in general surgery as a substitute for the knife or scalpel for improved control of blood flow, or hemostasis....

MedWrench is in association with:

LabWrench TechNation Medical Dealer OR Today MD Expo LabX