Cutting electrosurgical unit DIATROM200
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cutting electrosurgical unit
cutting electrosurgical unit
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cutting, coagulation
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radio frequency


It allows to execute surgical minimally invasive procedure of resection, evaporation and coagulation. DIATROM® 200 through its performances allows pure CUT, cut-coagulation BLEND, incision with reduced production of eschar ENHANCED, superficial coagulation FORCED COAG, deep coagulation in absence of necrosis SOFT COAG and BIPOLAR coagulation. The digital reading of the delivered power and the overseeing through microcontroller of the operational functions, assure the absolute reliability of the conditions of job. DIATROM® 200 allows a highly professional surgery thanks to the user-friendly and safety solutions normally used. The connection of neutral electrode is constantly monitored. Safety control of patient/plate contact using split neutral electrode. The possibility to control by the handle the output functions as well as the delivery of output power, allows to implement the surgical operation without turning away the surgeon attention from the surgical field. FUNCTIONS: Patient to plate contact control, Split return electrode use allowed, Minimally invasive surgical treatment allowed, Monopolar and Bipolar indipendent output, Auto Start/Stop in bipolar coag, Working condition storing, Power delivery by pedal and/or handle, Digital regulation and indication of the output power, Sound level control, Adjustable power increment. CODE 10100.40 NEW. Frequency 600 kHz. Max power 200 W - 250 Ohm. ENHANCED 120 W - 250 Ohm. BLEND 120 W - 200 Ohm. FORCED COAG 150 W - 150 Ohm. SOFT COAG 90 W - 100 Ohm. BIPOLAR 80 W - 100 Ohm. Patient circuit F. Power supply 115-230Vca / 50-60Hz. Power max absorption 350 VA.


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