Bipolar Puncture Coagulation is a medical procedure that involves the use of coagulation instruments with a shaft diameter of only 3 mm to enable precise working. It is used in ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) surgeries to reduce volumetric tissue. The procedure involves using a bipolar puncture coagulation electrode that has a curved 20° needle with a working length of 105 mm and a flat-plug.
Bipolar Volumetric Tissue Reduction
Bipolar puncture coag.
Electrodecurved 20°, needle 10 mm working length 105 mm, flat-plug