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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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For ENT procedures using: Suction Coagulator, Coblation Devices and Bipolar forceps.
Diagnostic ultrasonography system, electrosurgical coagulator, shadowless surgical lamp, delivery table, electrical aspirator, medication fridge and other medical equipment were allocated to the center within the Grassroots Human Security Project.
Topical haemostatic agents can help with ooze, and the Argon beam coagulator helps with haemostasis over a large cut section, but the Argon is a 'luxury' in my opinion.
In our series, we left the back wall of the gallbladder in place in rare cases, emphasised extensive dissection of Calot's triangle during LC, removed all spilled stones and the gallbladder specimen via a protective endobag, destroyed any residual gallbladder mucosa with a coagulator, and closed the cystic duct with a clip or sutures to avoid postoperative cystic biliary leakage.
The Company has previously donated a Laser Photo Coagulator and Yag Laser machine to LRBT Quetta.
A series of diagrams of bleeding in the gastro-intestinal tract were shown and Dr Arnold described the options available to treat the bleeding, such as haemaclip, gold probe, Argon Plasma Coagulator (APC) or injections of adrenaline.
The combined device they used is called the ExplorAr Argon Plasma Cutting Electrodes (APCE) with Argon Beam Coagulator (ABC)[R].
Minimally invasive methods treat hemorrhoids with an infrared coagulator.
Opening chapters review safety measures, anesthesia, laser technology, endoscopy, the harmonic scalpel, and the argon beam coagulator.
The endometriosis lesions were either removed surgically or cauterised using the argon beam coagulator.
a leading provider of medical technology, has purchased certain assets of Helica Instruments Limited, including the Helica Thermal Coagulator (HTC) System developed and manufactured by Helica, a privately held company based in Edinburgh, Scotland.