Real-time thermography during energized vessel sealing and dissection

@article{Campbell2002RealtimeT,
  title={
Real-time thermography during energized vessel sealing and dissection
},
  author={Paul A. Campbell and Adrain B Cresswell and Tim G. Frank and Alfred Cuschieri},
  journal={Surgical Endoscopy And Other Interventional Techniques},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={1640-1645}
}
AbstractBackground: Energized dissection systems facilitate laparoscopic dissection and hemostasis and reduce instrument traffic. However, they can introduce undesirable thermal collateral/proximity damage to adjacent structures mainly by heat conduction, although other mechanisms may be involved. The latest generation devices have the potential to reduce the incidence of such problems through use of active feedback control over the power output. This effectively regulates the delivery of… CONTINUE READING
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