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Electrosurgical burns usually occur at points of the unwanted contact between body and metal objects or at return electrode when there is not large contact between body and patient plate. But in many cases, necrosis or abnormal wounds after surgery are mistakenly diagnosed as electrosurgery burns, whereas other factors other than electrical current have caused necrosis and such burns are not related to electrosurgery. These wounds, called pseudo burns or pressure ulcers, are associated with tissue going under mechanical pressure during surgery. The probability of tissue necrosis caused by pressure is high in patients who have undergone surgery for a long time (such as open heart surgery or neurological surgeries), or subsequently stay in an ICU in anesthetized or immobilized state (especially in the sacrum area). Care should be taken to avoid this type of necrosis and avoid patient tissue being under prolonged pressure that prevents adequate blood supply to the tissues. Moisture and low blood pressure of the patient during surgery intensifies these ulcers. Also, unlike burns caused by electrosurgical devices that clearly emerges immediately or at most up to an hour after surgery, the effects of pressure ulcers can be recognized after hours and even days after surgery. Please refer to “articles” in “download” section of our website for more information in this area. 2018-4-9 GENERAL
     
In some devices sold after 21 March 2018, the outer diameter of the Martini sockets of the bipolar connector has been built slightly larger than expected. This situation causes some of the existing cables on the market to not be connectable to the connector and therefore not be usable. If you encounter this problem, you can call the company's after-sales services to change or modify the connector. 2018-12-31 MEG , M-MEG , ICONIC