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In a press release, Fila said his idea for the cauterizing system came from his experiences working in operating rooms at Central Washington Hospital, Lake Chelan Community Hospital, and Quincy Community Hospital.
Cleanly cuts colonies with minimal or no damage, and without burning or cauterizing.
Every few years, we see a report of a case of facial nerve paralysis that occurred because the cauterizing agent, usually silver nitrate, was applied too aggressively at the wrong site.
Bleeding" a rat means anesthetizing the animal, cutting off the end of its tail, squeezing its blood into a vial, and then cauterizing the wound with a hot glass rod.
The new device is inserted down a patient's throat and relieves the acid reflux by cauterizing the sphincter between the stomach and esophagus," explains Bob Adam, a vice president at Medefab.