Arthrocare Quantum 2 RF 12000

Quantum Coblation uses a controlled, non-heat driven process in which bipolar radiofrequency (bRF) energy excites the electrolytes in a conductive medium, usually saline solution, to create a precisely focused and charged plasma gas. The energized particles in the plasma have sufficient energy to break the molecular bonds within tissue, causing tissue to dissolve at relatively low temperatures (between 40˚C and 70˚C). Because radiofrequency current does not pass directly through tissue during Coblation, tissue heating is minimal. The result is volumetric removal of the target tissue with minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue.

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