Cutting electrosurgical unit 16-2000-120-220

cutting electrosurgical unit
cutting electrosurgical unit
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cutting, coagulation
high-frequency, radiofrequency
Cutting power

120 W

Coagulating power

80 W


333 kHz


The 16-2000-120 electrosurgical unit operates using a high-frequency current flow. It is intended for cutting and coagulation in surgical procedures. The unit is equipped with a CF (floating) output so that it can be used on the central nervous system and the heart. Currently, electrosurgery is a technique used in nearly all kinds of surgical procedures. In order to use electrosurgery effectively, it is necessary to learn and understand it, and to apply the safety rules designed for maximum protection of both the surgeon and the patient. An electrosurgical unit is a device that uses electricity to generate high-frequency (HF) alternating current. The thermal effect caused by the HF current flowing through the tissue is used for tissue cutting or coagulation. An electrosurgical unit generates alternating current of frequency higher than 300 [kHz], so there is no risk of unintended effect of muscle and nerve electrolysis/stimulation. When working with an electrosurgical unit generating high-frequency current, always remember the two fundamental rules: - the current flows along all the available paths, - the HF leakage current flows between two adjacent conductors even if they are separated from each other.


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