Minimally Invasive Tungsten Electrode

Minimally invasive tungsten electrode is a minimally invasive surgical instrument for electrosurgical instrument high-frequency electric knife. The tungsten electrode has an ultra-sharp tungsten alloy tip with a tip radius of curvature of less than 15μm, and has the advantages of precise cutting, fast cutting speed, small thermal damage range of tissue, and smooth operation in clinical applications.

Minimally invasive surgery has been referred to as one of the surgical development directions in 21st century and has been enabled by the advance of various medical technologies. It encompasses surgical techniques that limit the size of incisions needed and so lessen wound healing time, associated pain and risk of infection.minimally invasive tungsten electrode picture
Compared with traditional electric knife, the minimally invasive tungsten electrode has the following advantages:

1. The exposed length of the tungsten electrode is so small that there will not be accidents such as electric leakage and burns, and the accidental tissue damage will be effectively reduced.

2. The operation is smoother and faster as the highly polished needle tip can effectively reduce the adhesion of burn tissue during cutting process, and the adherent burn tissue is also easier to wipe off with clean gauze.

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