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Microsulis Medical Acculis Microwave Tissue Ablation (MTA) System | Used in Ablation, Tumour ablation | Which Medical Device

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Acculis Microwave Tissue Ablation (MTA) System

  The Acculis Microwave Tissue Ablation (MTA) system is designed for the coagulation of soft tissue. It operates at 2.45GHz and is the most powerful device on the market when compared to Radio Frequency Ablation (RFA) devices and low power 915MHz microwave systems. The system comes...

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Covidien Emprint Ablation Device | Which Medical Device
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Emprint Ablation Device

  • Added Oct 2, 2013
  • Manufactured by Covidien

According to Covidien, the Emprint microwave ablation device is not significantly affected by cooling from vessels in close proximity to the tumour. They say that smaller vessels will be destroyed within the tumour and tumour cells adjacent to larger vessels will also be destroyed but the...

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Mermaid Medical HS Amica 2 in 1 Ablation System | Which Medical Device

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HS Amica 2 in 1 Ablation System

The device was on show at CIRCE 2016, in Barcelona. Our Editor-in-Chief, Dr Phil Haslam was there. He said, "This is an unusual thermal ablation system with one device applying either RF or microwave power for ablation. The advantage is you would have one system to treat larger hepatic...

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