J-HOOK ELECTRODE W/0 SUCTION, 5MM, 32 CM

The J-Hook Electrode without suction is a specialized medical instrument used in electrosurgery, particularly in minimally invasive surgical procedures.

  1. Size and Shape: The J-Hook Electrode typically measures 32 cm (centimeters) in length and has a shaft diameter of 5 mm (millimeters). It features a slender, elongated shaft with a curved “J-hook” configuration at the distal end.
  2. Material: The electrode shaft is usually made of materials compatible with medical use, such as stainless steel or other conductive metals, to ensure durability and electrical conductivity.
  3. Design: The J-Hook Electrode without suction is characterized by its unique “J-hook” shape at the distal end, which allows for precise tissue dissection, coagulation, or ablation during surgical procedures. Unlike some similar instruments, it does not include a suction feature.
  4. Usage: This instrument is primarily used in minimally invasive surgeries, including laparoscopic or endoscopic procedures. Surgeons and healthcare providers use it to deliver high-frequency electrical energy to targeted tissues, enabling precise tissue dissection, hemostasis (control of bleeding), or tissue ablation while minimizing collateral damage to surrounding structures. It is commonly employed in various surgical specialties, including general surgery, gynecology, urology, and gastrointestinal surgery.
  5. Sterilization: Like all medical instruments, the J-Hook Electrode without suction undergoes thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

Description

The J-Hook Electrode without suction is a specialized medical instrument used in electrosurgery, particularly in minimally invasive surgical procedures.

  1. Size and Shape: The J-Hook Electrode typically measures 32 cm (centimeters) in length and has a shaft diameter of 5 mm (millimeters). It features a slender, elongated shaft with a curved “J-hook” configuration at the distal end.
  2. Material: The electrode shaft is usually made of materials compatible with medical use, such as stainless steel or other conductive metals, to ensure durability and electrical conductivity.
  3. Design: The J-Hook Electrode without suction is characterized by its unique “J-hook” shape at the distal end, which allows for precise tissue dissection, coagulation, or ablation during surgical procedures. Unlike some similar instruments, it does not include a suction feature.
  4. Usage: This instrument is primarily used in minimally invasive surgeries, including laparoscopic or endoscopic procedures. Surgeons and healthcare providers use it to deliver high-frequency electrical energy to targeted tissues, enabling precise tissue dissection, hemostasis (control of bleeding), or tissue ablation while minimizing collateral damage to surrounding structures. It is commonly employed in various surgical specialties, including general surgery, gynecology, urology, and gastrointestinal surgery.
  5. Sterilization: Like all medical instruments, the J-Hook Electrode without suction undergoes thorough sterilization before each use to prevent infection and ensure patient safety. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or ethylene oxide gas sterilization.

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