Vessel sealing and dissection with a single instrument during a laparoscopic cystectomy. BiCision® maximizes the thermofusion zone and minimizes the risk of thermal injury to sensitive structures in urologic surgery, such as ureter or nerves.
Microscopic exposition of vascular structures and effective vessel sealing with BiClamp 150 C from Erbe are performed in this tonisllectomy procedure by Jürgen Abrams M.D. The Advantages are – reliable sealing of the tonsil vessel … Continue reading ToBi – microscopic tonsillectomy with BiClamp® 150 C
Surgical procedures, e.g. laparoscopic partial splenectomy, benefit from BiCision‘s sealing quality. BiCision enables you to expose, coagulate, thermofuse and dissect vessels and tissues without changing instruments. The bowl-shaped jaw generates a wider fusion zone than … Continue reading Laparoscopic partial splenectomy with BiCision
Effective and fast mobilization of the large intestine with BiCision® during a laparoscopic sigmoidectomy.
Reliable vessel sealing with BiClamp® LAP forceps during a total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH). The procedure is performed by D. Sarlos, MD, Kantonsspital Aarau, Switzerland. 1. Dissection of the Fallopian tube from the uterus 2. Ovary … Continue reading Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) with BiClamp® LAP forceps
Effective sealing and dissection of vessels and ligaments with BiCision® during a laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy (LASH).
During a laproscopic gastrectomy the omentum is separated from the stomach along the greater curvature of the stomach using BiCision®.
During a vaginal hysterectomy the sacrouterine ligament was severed with the BiClamp® 201 T from Erbe. With the BiClamp® a minimum pain and bleeding thanks to reliable sealing of all vessels and tissue structures is … Continue reading Transection of the sacrouterine ligament with BiClamp® 201 T
A vaginal-assisted laparoscopic radical hysterectomy with bipolar LAP scissors, BiClamp® LAP forceps Maryland, BiCision® M and BiClamp® 200 C.
The “cool” jaws of the BiClamp® reduce the risk of injuring the uterus. A optimal fixation of the tissue by an anatomically adapted jaw shape supports the minimal-invasive character of the procedure of the vaginal … Continue reading Vaginal hysterectomy with BiClamp® 201 T