|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||5|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||100000 pieces per year|
|Technology:||Hospital Applied Medical Plasma||Application:||Myomectomy|
|Feature:||Fast In Cutting And Ablation||Shape:||L Shaped|
gyn surgical instruments,
gynecology surgery instruments
Bipolar Plasma Cutting Gynecology Surgical Electrode / Probe for Myomectomy
Gyn Probe Parameters:
|Period of Validity||2 years|
Gyn Probe Procedure
1. May be performed laparoscopically or abdominally.
2. Explore abdomen and pelvis; identify adnexal structures.
3. Clamp ovarian vessels proximal to the ovary and ligate.
4. Incise peritoneum of the anterior and posterior leaves of the broad ligament toward the uterine cornu.
Gyn Probe for Myomectomy
This surgery involves the removal of uterine fibroids without removal of the whole uterus. the fibroids grow back in about 25 to 50% of women and about 10% women will need a second surgery. This procedure if often used to "buy time" if the women is planning to become pregnant in the next few years. the advantages of this surgery are that it preserves the uterus for childbearing and involves less extensive surgery, which implies less extensive recovery periods.
Gyn Probe Uterine Anatomy and Blood Supply
The uterus is a thick walled, pear-shaped muscular organ located between the bladder and rectum. Blood supply is from the ovarian and uterine arteries. ovarian arteries arise from the aorta(left ovarian artery may come from the left or right renal arteries), and supply a majority of blood to the ovaries. uterine artery arises from the internal iliac(also referred to as the hypogastric artery); it divided into a tubal branch, an ovarian branch, a cervical branch and the vaginal artery. uterine artery runs down and medially, crossing the ureter near cervix, and ascends along the lateral border of the uterus giving off lateral branches.
Gyn Probe Indications:
submucous myoma of uterus
hysteroscope submucous myoma electrosection
Gyn Probe Procedures for Oophorectomy
Maybe performed laparoscopically or abdominally.
Explore abdomen and pelvis, identify adnexal structures;
Clamp ovarian vessels proximal to the ovary and ligate;
Incise peritoneum of the anterior and posterior leaves for the broad ligament toward the uterine cornu;
Clamp the junction of the fallopian tube and uterine cornu, and ligate at the utero-ovarian vascular anastomosis;
Repeat for other ovary if bilateral.
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