The g. I doctor who operated the unit mentioned that upon using the unit, the current delivered during the procedure provided a very large peripheral effect which burned the lining of the pt. The doctor then proceeded to reduce the power in watts in the unit, but the effect did not vary. The user-facility suspects that the adverse event took place because there was a calibration error within the electrosurgical unit esu. The user facility also stated that they purchased the equipment approximately in b 6 , and the operator's manual suggests that the sabre should be subject to a performance test annually.
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The Conmed Sabre is a medium-powered generator ideal for minor, general, and laparoscopic procedures. It has Aspen Return Monitor Contact Quality, the most sensitive pad monitoring system available on the market. This device provides a broad range of electrosurgical capabilities for modern clinics and surgery centers.
More Information. The Conmed Sabre is an electrosurgical unit built with simple controls and with internal and external components that are easy to maintain. It has an isolated output circuitry to minimize the risks of ground site burns.
This also provides high safety by displaying the resistance of patients measured between the conductive contacts and return electrodes. The last settings used are automatically saved, and the power can be adjusted while the unit is in use.
It has a versatile monopolar cut mode with a selection of three different crest factors.
Manufacturer Specifications - Sabre 180, ConMed
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ConMed Sabre 180 Electrosurgery Generator - Certified Refurbished
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