General purpose for all veterinary surgical needs, large and small
Monopolar is the most commonly used set up.
Bipolar is the method of choice for vessel ligation or coagulation and is effective in wet or bloody fields on all soft tissue. Useful for laparoscopic female sterilization.
Two-Point excision method is appropriate for treating attached organs or structures, and in thoracic and abdominal surgery to insure against lung or bowel injury. Ideal for male neutering and very useful in amputation and de-clawing.
Precision small animal veterinary electrosurgery
Specifically for laboratory animals, avians, exotic pets, And patients up to 10kg. Great for oral and dental care. Low voltage to eliminate charring, significantly reduces sparking. Affordable and easy to use for any practice as an adjunct to scalpel surgery or laser, or to pick up where laser leaves off. Although commonly known as “electro-cautery” in veterinary medicine, this instrument offers every veterinary practice much more than hemostatic control.
Monopolar. Requires the dispersive pad to function. Limits use to small patients.
Bipolar. Vessel sealing, tubal electro-ligation, soft tissue coagulation in wet fields. Avoids injury to surrounding tissue. Does not require dispersive pad.
“Two-point excision” Ideal for male neutering, enhanced safety in thoracic and abdominal surgery, and effective for amputation and de-claw. Does not require the dispersive pad.