Dual Mode Capability
The pulsed mode is used for controlled tissue coagulation, which is particularly useful for treating gastrointestinal bleeding. In this mode, the system delivers a series of short, high-frequency electrical pulses to the surface of the tissue, causing a superficial thermal injury that stops bleeding and promotes healing. The pulsed mode is also useful for removing small tissue growths, such as polyps.
The continuous mode, on the other hand, is used for larger tissue resection. In this mode, the system delivers a continuous electrical current to the tissue, which allows for larger tissue resection. This mode is particularly useful for removing larger tissue growths, such as tumors.
Multiple Probe Options
The PreciseAPC mode is designed for precise and controlled coagulation of tissue, making it an ideal tool for treating bleeding and other medical conditions in delicate areas of the body. The ForcedAPC mode, on the other hand, allows for more aggressive coagulation of tissue, making it suitable for the treatment of larger vessels or more severe bleeding. Finally, the PulsedAPC mode is designed to reduce the risk of tissue carbonization and provide more consistent coagulation, making it a safe and effective option for a variety of medical procedures.
Together, the Fipac bipolar coagulation forceps and APCapplicator provide healthcare professionals with a range of options for treating different medical conditions. With its advanced safety features and user-friendly interface, the ERBE APC 3 system is a reliable and effective solution for a variety of medical procedures.
Easy to Use
The ERBE APC system is designed to be user-friendly, with a simple interface that allows for easy operation by medical professionals. The system is also compact and portable, making it convenient for use in different clinical settings. It features a user-friendly interface with an easy-to-read LCD or Touchscreen display through the ESU module, which allows healthcare professionals to navigate through the system’s different modes and settings with ease.
The ERBE APC 3 system’s control unit also features a footswitch that enables hands-free operation, providing additional convenience and control during procedures. With its advanced safety features and user-friendly interface, the ERBE APC 3 system is a reliable and effective solution for a variety of medical procedures, including endoscopic procedures, gastrointestinal bleeding, and other medical conditions that require precise and controlled coagulation.
The ERBE APC system has several safety features built in, including an automatic gas cutoff valve that prevents gas flow in the event of a system malfunction, and a visual alarm that alerts the operator to any issues with the system. The system also includes a range of safety accessories, such as gas filters and tubing, that help to ensure safe and effective operation.
The ERBE APC system is a cost-effective alternative to other surgical procedures, such as endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) or surgery. The system can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, including gastrointestinal bleeding, polyps, tumors, and other tissue growths. The system is also minimally invasive, which means that patients experience less pain and a faster recovery time than with traditional surgical procedures.
In addition, the ERBE APC system requires minimal maintenance, which helps to reduce the cost of ownership over the long term. The system is designed for durability and reliability, and is backed by ERBE’s world-class service and support.