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High Frequency Electrosurgical Generator

February 10, 2006 7:07 am | Product Releases | Comments

The Aaron 3250 is a 300 Watt, multipurpose electrosurgical generator versatile enough for use in modern ORs and surgi-centers. It features monopolar and bipolar functions, and the Bovie digital technology enables two cut modes and ten different blend settings. The 3250 has ten presets, and is designed for safety with self-test circuits, audible tones, discreet outputs, and isolated output circuitry.

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Complete Electrosurgical System

November 11, 2005 5:28 am | Product Releases | Comments

Preset power mode settings, large displays and push button controls make MEGADYNE’s MEGA Power™ Electrosurgical Generator easy and intuitive to use. The Mega Power features an advanced cutting effect (ACE) mode for scalpel-like cutting and reduced scarring, and Constant Control Technology™ that automatically adjusts power as tissue types change for the best tissue effect at the lowest possible settings.

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Electrosurgery: Still Sparking New Technology

April 13, 2005 7:34 am | Product Releases | Comments

     Looking back over the innovative surgical developments of the last century, electrosurgery is kind of old hat. With minimally invasive surgery, laser surgery, and a slough of specialty procedures coming into play in just the past decade or so, electrosurgery, with its first introduction nearly 80 years ago, hardly seems like an emerging technological field.

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RFID-Equipped Smoke Evacuators

February 16, 2005 3:51 am | Buffalo Filter | Product Releases | Comments

Buffalo Filter® has introduced RFID (radio frequency identification) technology into its PlumeSafe® Whisper™ Turbo Smoke Evacuation Systems. This technology provides constant communication tracking and control between the filter and the smoke evacuation system. RFID technology is built into each ViroSafe® filter.

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