Simple, intuitive and for a wide range of medical applications
The SONOCA ultrasonic generators are indispensable for the use of Ring instruments. Their operation is extremely simple: They recognize the ultrasonic instruments, perform an instrument check and automatically set the correct operating frequency of 25, 35 or 55 kHz as well as the appropriate operating parameters. In addition, they also undergo an automatic self-test during commissioning, so that the user always works with a safe feeling and the surgical team can fully concentrate on the patient. After a short set-up, the user can start immediately. Thanks to the intuitive user interface the working parameters can be easily adjusted at any time during the procedure, so that the user can react quickly to changed circumstances.
The Sonoca 300 is the high-performance specialist delivering electrical energy that is converted by piezoelectric material within the hand piece into ultrasonic vibration.
The Sonoca 300 excels by:
1. Simple, intuitive use
2. Self-check during start-up
3. Automatic instrument recognition and instrument check
4. Automatic setting of appropriate working parameters
5. Extremely quick set-up
Ultrasonic aspirator for endoscopic neurosurgery
1. Minimally invasive tumor aspiration to the cranium
2. Access to specific areas of the brain without damaging critical structures
3. Low weight for highly comfortable working
4. Applicable in combination with the Neuro endoscope. model Gaab (Karl Storz GmbH)
5. Particularly suitable for the removal of e.g. pituitary tumors
Q: What is Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator?
A: An Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator is a medical device used in surgical procedures to fragment and remove soft tissue using ultrasonic energy. It combines ultrasonic vibration and suction to break down and aspirate tissue, making it particularly useful in neurosurgery, hepatic surgery, and other procedures where precise tissue removal is required.
Q: How does an Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator work?
A: The device consists of a handpiece with an ultrasonic transducer and a hollow aspiration tip. The ultrasonic energy generated by the transducer causes rapid vibration of the tip, creating cavitation bubbles that disrupt the target tissue. Simultaneously, suction is applied through the tip, allowing the fragmented tissue to be aspirated into a collection system.
Q: What are the advantages of using an Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator?
A: Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirators offer several advantages, including precise tissue fragmentation, improved visibility during surgery, reduced bleeding, selective tissue removal, and the ability to remove both hard and soft tissues. They also minimize the risk of thermal damage to surrounding tissues and can be used in minimally invasive procedures.
Q: What precautions should be taken while using an Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator?
A: It is crucial to follow the manufacturer's instructions and receive proper training before using an Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator. Precautions should include maintaining proper handpiece and tip hygiene, monitoring the device for any signs of damage or malfunction, and ensuring appropriate power settings and tissue contact to prevent excessive heat generation.