Project Description

USP The most reliable, economical and convenient units for surgeons to ensure safe, in time and effective surgeries.
Why Cautery? Have a wider application in various surgical arenas including laproscopy, cardio thoracic, neuro and plastic or reconstructive surgeries which are supposed to be micro surgeries.

The Technique of Radio Surgery involves the passage of high frequency radio waves (2mhz-Megahertz) through soft tissue to cut, coagulate, or remove the tissue. Soft tissue resistance to these radio waves causes the cellular water in the soft tissue to heat, which produces steam, an results in cellular molecular dissolution of individual tissue cells.

Radio surgery in general practice has many advantages over conventional surgical techniques particularly dermatological, plastic and eye lid surgery, ENT, Dental, quicker operating time; rapid healing, less tissue damage and less post-operative discomfort have been observed and its wider use in hospital practice is recommended.

cautery-results-003Standard Accessories

Monopolar Handle      1No.

Patient plate                1No.

Electrodes Set             1No.

Foot Switch                 1No.

Carrying Case              1No.

Hand Switch                1No.

Bipolar Cable               1No.

Bipolar Forcep             1No.


  • Power input 220 volts +-5%
  • Power consumption 150 Watts
  • Frequency 2 MHz
  • Maximum Output
  • HF Monopolar 150Watts on 400 ohm load
  • HF Bipolar 100 Watts on 100 ohm load
  • Fulguration 100 Watts on 1000 ohm.
  • Size: 8 1/2″ X 7 1/2″ X 4″
  • Weight: 3.5 Kgs


  • Minimum heat with no charring resulting in least tissue damage.
  • Cutting & fulguration is optional
  • Minimum blood loss & pain
  • Shock proof.
  • Local anaesthesia is not required on the surface of the skin or in superficial procedures.
  • Sparkless integrated circuit of latest technology for fast and continuous procedures.
  • Pin point cutting capabilit

Various Application of RF cautery for General Surgery:

  • Adenoidectomy
  • Laryngeal Disorders
  • Keloid Surgery
  • Nasal Polypectomy
  • Nose Bleeding
  • Removal Ranula Cyst
  • Snoring
  • Tonsil and Adenoid
  • Tonsil tumor
  • Wart, Nevus Skin Tumor
  • Adenoidectomy
  • Nasal Mucosa
  • Nasal Polypectomy
  • Nasal Tumor
  • Procedure Of Snoring
  • R.F. of Palate
  • Tosillectomy
  • Turbinate



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