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MEG1-E

MEG1-E

Features

»Monopolar Cut (Pure)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend)

»Monopolar Cut (Papillotomy)

»Monopolar Cut (Polypectomy)

»Argon Plasma Coagulation (Pulsed Output)

»Bipolar Coagulation (Manual Bipolar)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Forced)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Spray)

»Automatic Self Checking (Spotting the system’s internal problems)

»Permanent HF Leakage current control

»30 Programmable memory locations

»Intelligent power control

»Intelligent Algorithm for regulating cutting speed based on arc detection

»Extra Acoustic signal notifies surgeon during each cutting phase

Advantages of ENDO CUT at a glance

»Controlled cutting speed and coagulation effect, reduces both bleeding and perforation risk

»Two different modes for relevant applications:

Polypectomy & Papillotomy (Sphincterotomy)

»4 adjustable settings to achieve desired coagulation effect

»Instant cutting initiation, minimizes delayed perforation risk

ARGON PLASMA COAGULATION in Endoscopic Procedures (Optional)

»Faster and more efficient coagulation

»Less tissue damage

»Flexible eschar creation on tissue surface

»Limits coagulation depth to approximately 3mm, resulting in minimum perforation risk

»Uniform wide-area coagulation offers a lowers risk of infection

»Non-contact coagulation with no adhesion between tissue and applicator

ENDO CUT Technique (Papillotomy and Polypectomy modes)

ENDO CUT is an advanced electrosurgical technique used for safe Polypectomy and Papillotomy procedures in Endoscopy, Colonoscopy and ERCP.

Endoscopists are usually concerned about the risk of perforation especially in organs with thin walls (such as the rectum, colon and duodenum).

Perforation may be due to a sudden uncontrolled cut (zipper cut). In ENDO CUT technique, by implementation of an intelligent algorithm, tissue cutting is performed in pulses with specific time lengths, according to tissue conditions. This results in a uniform cut where the surgeon has control over the speed of cutting.

Moreover, according to different studies, the majority of perforations are attributed to excessive gastrointestinal wall coagulation. Because of limitation in power delivered to tissue at the initiation of cutting in conventional electrosurgical generators, cutting is delayed and excessive coagulation occurs beforehand which leads to perforation. In ENDO CUT technique, due to efficient power delivery to the tissue at the initiation of a cut, cutting is performed with minimum delay which minimizes the risk of perforation from access coagulation.

Technical Details

»Main Voltage: 220 VAC ± 10%, 50 Hz

»Maximum Power Consumption: 600 V.A

»Protection Class: Class I

»Type of Output: CF

»Weight: 8 kg

»Dimensions (W.H.D): 44 x 17 x 40 cm

Output Characteristics

Mode Max. Power (w) Rated Load (Ohms) Max P-P Voltage (V) Typical Crest Factor *
Monopolar Cut Pure
Blend
Papillotomy
Polypectomy
250
200
360
360
200
350
200
200
920
2000
1100
1100
1.6
2.5
1.6
1.6
Monopolar Coag. Forced
Spray
Pulsed Argon
80
80
80
400
300
300
2500
5000
5000
3.8
6-9 **
6-24 **
Bipolar Coag. 80 100 450 1.6
Note: Nominal Frequency is 410KHz ±1KHz
* Crest Factor is a measurement of waveform which increases by increasing waveform coagulation capabilities and is calculated from the following equation: C.F = Vpeak/Vrms
** According to power adjustment
List of Standard Accessories

»Monopolar Handle (Disposable)

»Dual Pad - Patient Plate (Disposable)

»Cable for Patient Plate

»Monopolar Electrodes

»Dual Channel Footswitches

»Bipolar Forceps

»Bipolar Cable