Open surgery dissection system

Specifically designed for open surgical procedures that require delicate and fine tissue dissection, the new THUNDERBEAT Open Fine Jaw (OFJ) is now available, alongside the THUNDERBEAT Open Extended Jaw (OEJ) for open surgery launched last December. The new Thunderbeat OFJ fully integrates bipolar high-frequency and ultrasonic technologies. The device is specially designed to be utilized in open surgery particularly in superficial and confined areas, such as thyroid and ENT procedures or breast surgery. The by-now familiar benefits of fastest-inclass cutting and dissection with reliable sealing and cutting of vessels up to 7mm in diameter are supplemented with a fine curved tip design for precise dissection. The Thunderbeat OFJ has been developed as part of a complete energy platform offered by Olympus, supplementing the Olympus Surgical Tissue Management System and covering new applications in open surgery. The platform itself combines an ultrasound generator with a complete, integrated highfrequency (HF) generator compatible with all conventional HF instruments available in the market. Having a single generator platform across a multitude of surgical specialties and applications reduces complexity, helping hospitals to streamline both surgical workflows and OR staff training. The benefits are increased efficiency, patient safety and staff satisfaction, whilst also reducing inventory costs and management complexity. Special features of the Thunderbeat Open Fine Jaw include: scissors-type grip, specifically designed for precise and direct manoeuvring in open surgery and integrated in a light, ergonomic and perfectly- balanced handpiece that fits into the surgeon’s hand and provides precise and direct tactile feedback; curved fine tip, for enhanced target area visibility with easy entry and separation of the tissue plane in confined areas, optimized for the anatomy around the thyroid, the head and neck area and the breast; atraumatic jaw design ensuring secure, non-slip grasping, with even tissue compression thanks to the ‘wiper-jaw’ technology; tissue stopper to prevent tissue sticking inside the shaft.

Supplier: Olympus Europa Holding GmbH

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