Plasma surgery is an advanced technology utilizing pure plasma energy. Plasma surgery was conceived when Professor Nikolay Suslov discovered that the principles of plasma physics could be applied to medicine.
To pioneer plasma surgery, the company introduced the PlasmaJet, an innovative device that uses pure plasma energy to cut, vaporize and coagulate tissue.
Plasma is a highly energized form of gas, characterized as having high energy and low density. Plasma energy dissipates rapidly on contact with tissue, allowing for a controlled depth of action with minimal thermal effect to surrounding tissues.
Unlike conventional, argon-enhanced, or fluid-enhanced electrosurgical devices which rely on passing electricity through the tissue to cause the desired effect, plasma energy does not have any external electrical current that can cause alternate site burns or interfere with patient monitoring.
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