ArthroCare introduces surgical wand:
This article was originally published in Clinica
ArthroCare's subsidiary ENTec has introduced its ReFlex surgical wand for the treatment of obstructions in the nose and mouth. The device, which is used on an outpatient basis with local anaesthesia, employs 'coblation-channeling' technology. The wand ablates a shallow channel in the soft tissue in the nose, mouth or back of the throat and coagulates tissue to prevent bleeding. The Sunnyvale, California-based company says its product is unique in that it removes as well as shrinks tissue.
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