bipolar electrode

bipolar electrode

[bī′pō·lər i′lek‚trōd]
(electricity)
Electrode, without metallic connection with the current supply, one face of which acts as anode surface and the opposite face as a cathode surface when an electric current is passed through a cell.
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As is known, the surface of the phase separation "liquid--gas" in the plasmochemical reactor acts as a bipolar electrode, the outer part of which serves as a cathode, and the inner part of the surface layer of the liquid phase is an anode.
Image showing the radiofrequency generator BM-780 II unit and the way of application of bipolar electrode in the volumetric reduction of the Inferior Turbinates.
Here we report that the concentration of halide ions in solution can be measured by monitoring the intensity of ECL at a bipolar electrode.
Longitudinal variations of characteristics frequencies of skeletal muscle fiber potentials detected by a bipolar electrode or multielectrode.
With the bipolar electrode arrangement, the IZ is of particular concern because the resulting EMG signal reflects the difference signal between the two recording electrodes (12).
In separate experiments, right and left mediastinal nerves were identified and stimulated using a hand held bipolar electrode probe, while marking the sites of successful stimulation.
One physician who attended the meeting said that he had had success in stopping uterine hemorrhaging in similar cases by using the NovaSure system, which ablates the uterus via a bipolar electrode.
Finally, EODs could be elicited through stimulation of the medullary electric organ command nucleus (EOCN) by means of an implanted concentric bipolar electrode.
The common protocols included bilateral and bipolar electrode arrangements.
In a related report, use of the Cavaterm system resulted in similar amenorrhea rates as endometrial laser intrauterine thermal therapy (ELIYT), which involves the use of diffused laser light to coagulate the endometrium, and the NovaSure system, which involves the use of a three-dimensional bipolar electrode to ablate the endometrium.
In our experience, the new AQUAMANTYS bipolar electrode provides a safe and convenient means to achieve these clinical benefits during surgical oncology procedures, such as liver resections.