diathermy machine


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diathermy machine

[′dī·ə‚thər·mē mə‚shēn]
(electronics)
A radio-frequency oscillator, sometimes followed by rf amplifier stages, used to generate high-frequency currents that produce heat within some part of the body for therapeutic purposes.
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HFAC generated by the diathermy electrosurgical device passes down one tine of the forceps and then through the patient's tissue placed between the tips before returning to the diathermy machine through the second tine (Hay 2007).
: Diathermy machine parts, haemofiltration sets of ultrasonic generator parts.
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Tenders are invited for Long Wave Diathermy Machine With All Accessories.
He said with assistance of government new modern M.I.R and C.T.scan machine has been installed in hospital, 20 incubators for children, 20 photo therapy machines, 35 ventilators, 25 O.T lights, 30 Diathermy machines, modern machines for physiotherapy and 30 dialysis machines have been installed due to which patients were getting direct benefits.
A small blood vessel gripped between the jaws will be coagulated, whereas there will be no damage to the adjacent structures; most of the modern diathermy machines support the use of bipolar probe without modification unlike ligasure and harmonic scalpel in which the machine is very expensive.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services has received 32 Diathermy machines from USAID Namibia.
The energy provided by electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and short-wave diathermy machines helps to reduce swelling and pain, and increases circulation, which stimulates the cells to heal damaged tissue.
The trust will be seeking suitable and capable suppliers to develop a long term partnership to provide capital equipment to the trust; the scope of equipment to be covered under a managed service will include anaesthetic machines, operating tables and lights, diathermy machines, tissue ablation systems, lasers (co2, ktp and argon), laparoscopic stack systems and microscopes.