ENDO CUT I of the ERBE VIO system is a further development of the ENDO CUT offered by the Erbotom ICC series which was successfully used for more than 10 years. The fractionated cutting mode ENDO CUT I is characterised by alternating cutting and coagulation cycles. This makes it possible to carry out controlled cutting with sufficient hemostasis during the entire cutting process, which supports the work of the operating physician.
In the more than 10 years in which ENDO CUT has been used in endoscopic procedures, experience has shown that voltage regulation and arcing recognition are the core features determining the quality and reproducibility of the cuts.
ENDO CUT I is a further development to ensure that papillotomy procedures are safe and effective. The safety switching device allows the papilla to be incised safely, irrespective of the electrical resistance of the tissue. This reduces the danger of a delayed incision with its concomitant risk of unintended thermal injury in the area of the papilla.
An abrupt, uncontrolled incision, the so-called “zipper effect”. Can possibly be avoided by using suitable settings. ENDO CUT I is a monopolar high-frequency electrosurgical procedure, which consists of a two-stage cutting cycle followed by a coagulation cycle.
ENDO CUT I is a consequential further development of ENDO CUT, well-known features of the ICC units. The Endo Cut IQ mode, an optional upgrade is available for the electrosurgical VIO units, some of which can be retroactively equipped with the mode.
A acomplete system for endoscopic procedures could consist of the following:
VIO electrosurgical unit
VIO electrosurgical unit Argon Plasma unit APC 2 and Endoscopy irrigation pump EIP2
Integrated on the VIO cart
ENDO CUT I is a cutting mode. This means that on the monitor or the user interface the ENDO CUT I is displayed in the yellow field. Normally over the parameter “effect” is displayed. The effect setting determines the intensity of coagulation during cutting.
ENDO CUT I is activated by pressing the yellow foot pedal. The user is made aware of the activation by an acoustic signal, the activation signal. As soon as cutting effectively begins, a second acoustic signal will be heard, the cutting signal. The cutting signal serves as an acoustic control for the actual cutting.
The yellow pedal fo the foot switch should remain pressed down until the papilla has been sufficiently incised or there is a need to reposition the electrode or make other adjustments.
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