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Canady Hybrid Plasma™ Scalpel

With Canady Hybrid Plasma™ Technology

Utilizing USMI’s electrosurgical plasma system (Canady Plasma®), The Canady Hybrid Plasma™ Scalpel delivers a Hybrid Plasma beam less than 1.0mm in diameter and a depth of injury as low as 0.1mm, integrating a high frequency monopolar current with an inert plasma gas that simultaneously cuts and coagulates biological tissue. The Canady Hybrid Plasma™ Scalpel may help to decrease tissue damage1, blood loss, surgical time, transfusion rates and total knee replacement tourniquet use.2,3

Features:

  • Interchangeable flexible & rigid tips for multiple surgical applications
  • Ergonomically designed for easy use
  • One turn to lock in tips (Smart Dock)
  • Non-slip rubber grip on handpiece for comfort

Specialties:

  • Orthopedics
  • General Surgery
  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Surgical Oncology
  • Gynecology
  • ENT

Clinical Benefits:

  • No tourniquet required for knee replacement
  • Significant reduction in intraoperative blood loss
  • Decrease in transfusion rates

Interchangeable Tips

Non-Bendable Tip – 35mm
Non-Bendable Tip – 85mm

Bendable Tip – 100mm
Bendable Tip – 120mm

Non-Bendable Tip (Spine) – 75mm micro
Non-Bendable Tip (Spine) – 75mm
Non-Bendable Tip (Spine) – 145mm

Non-Bendable Tip – 250mm
Non-Bendable Tip – 440mm
Non-Bendable Tip – 360mm

References
  1. Characterization of Plasma Parameters and Tissue Injury Produced by Plasma Electrosurgical Systems: Plasma Medicine 3(4): 279-289 (2013)
    J. Canady, M.D., A. Shashurin, M.D., K. Wiley, M.D., N. Fisch, PhD., M. Keidar, PhD, Pages 279-289, DOI: 10.1615/PlasmaMed.2014011979
  2. Based on USMI records, internal data and doctors’ observations
  3. Efficacy of Hybrid Plasma Scalpel in Reducing Blood Loss and Transfusions in Direct Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty: The Journal of Arthroplasty.
    September 2016 G. Guild III, M.D., R. Runner, M.D., G. Castilleja, M. Smith, C. Vu, Pages 1-5