cauterize


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The needles used to cauterize the tissue must be insulated from both the patient and the balloon.
ENT Biotech Solutions, LLC of Grosse Pointe Farms is commercializing AdenoEF, a hand held device used to simultaneously clean cut, cauterize and remove larger adenoid tissue portions.
2] laser at 10 ms, 2 W, and 30 m] defocused was used to cauterize the small peripheral vasculature.
According to Lewis, his technology could lead to such innovations as cell phone-size devices that military medics could carry to cauterize bleeding wounds, or dental machines to enable the body to instantly absorb locally injected anesthetic.
Crum says that HIFU could heat tissue to 80[degrees]C--high enough to cauterize a blood vessel and stop the bleeding.
The main idea is to find the spot that's causing the rapid heartbeats and cauterize it," McClelland said.
Mendelsohn claims that he saw some bleeding blood vessels, and he utilized a "heater probe" to cauterize them.
Procedure time is greatly reduced not only because of the long seal length but also because surgeons do not have to reseal and cauterize due to leaks.
Doctors who perform ``bloodless'' operations do so through the use of surgical instruments which, in some cases, cauterize as they cut; medications that slow bleeding and promote clotting; cell saver or ``blood recycler'' machines; and operating techniques like minimal-access surgery.
Only about 15 percent of cases of wet macular degeneration are treatable using the only current technology available--laser light to cauterize the rogue vessels to stanch the flow.
A look ahead at military medicine of the future, including an ultrasound system for combat units that would locate and cauterize internal wounds -- a device being tested for DARPA by Stanford faculty and researchers.
I use a microswab dipped in 85% trichloroacetic acid to cauterize the edges of the perforation until the margin of the perforation turns white.