Initial attempts at cautery
often resulted in the recurrence of bleeding.
You may have seen someone attempt to stop a bleeder by grabbing a finger-size piece of tissue with a large clamp and then holding the cautery
to the clamp and cooking it for a while.
If the ear is still draining through a residual perforation after tympanoplasty, I will repeat tympanic membrane cautery
10) Younger and Blokmanis found that nasal cautery
was the causal factor in 7% of septal perforations.
In unrelated news, the company announced the formal "Notice of Allowance" for a patent on its battery powered cautery
After the anesthesia circuit is placed in its slot, the suction and cautery
wands are slipped into the holster, and the tubes and wires are inserted into the clip, the surgical field is set-in only minutes.
This new technology enhances our core product line of both battery operated cautery
products and operating room electrosurgical accessories, such as our patented multi-function cautery
Monopolar suction cautery
is used to electrodesiccate the remaining tonsil (figure 2, E), leaving behind only a shell of charred tissue (figure 2, F).
ETI develops and manufactures disposable and reusable proprietary instruments for the endoscopy market, including biopsy and bi-polar cautery
Conventional tonsillectomy involved cold dissection and snare with suction cautery
(Aspen Excalibur with a Conmed handpiece; Soma Technology; Cheshire, Conn.
Cox's Thermal Option(TM) Biopsy Forcep gives physicians emergency cautery
capability when taking tissue samples.
Granulation tissue is an important pathogenic feature of all types of chronic ear disease, and it can be controlled and treated with good aural toilet, appropriate antibiotic therapy, topical steroids, and chemical cautery
or surgical debridement.