Bipolar Forceps With Cables
Bipolar forceps with cables are a type of electrosurgical instrument used to coagulate tissue without the need for a grounding pad. They consist of two tips that deliver an electrical current to the tissue being treated, connected to an electrical cable that delivers the current from the electrosurgical generator.
Bipolar forceps with cables provide precise control of the electrical current, allowing the surgeon to coagulate tissue with accuracy and efficiency. They are often used in delicate surgical procedures, such as neurosurgery, where precision and accuracy are critical.
Proper training and experience are necessary to use bipolar forceps with cables safely and effectively. Healthcare professionals must be familiar with the specific instrument being used, as well as the potential risks and complications associated with its use. Additionally, care must be taken to ensure that the cables are properly connected and in good condition to prevent the risk of electrical shock or other complications. It is also important to ensure that the forceps are properly cleaned and sterilized before each use to prevent the spread of infection.