Theory of plasma surgery
Plasma technology is a specific waveform of electricity through the dual-pole or multi-pole probe in the human body to stimulate blood, mucosal and soft tissue or nucleus pulposus in the sodium chloride (Nacl) molecules to generate plasma state. Then the plasma high-speed charged particles directly interrupt tissue molecular bonds, and cause organization of protein to vaporize into H2, O2, CO2, N2, CH4 and other low molecular weight gas. Thus plasma surgical system is used for cutting, stripping, puncture, vaporization, hemostasis, ablation, shrinkage and surgical repair of soft tissues in open and closed surgeries.
Advantages of plasma surgery
- Low working temperature 40-70°C, to minimize the thermal injury to surrounding tissue
- Probe into the diseased area inside human body to make precise and efficient treatment
- Dual-polar or multi-polar design, no electrical current to go through patient
- Almost no bleeding during surgery, short operation time
- Minimally invasive surgery, small trauma, quick recovery