INTERmedic’s Multidiode™ Surgical Series 4G offers a specilized solution in thoracic surgery with maximum therapeutic features and surgical high performance: extremely precise cutting capacity, high speed ablation and high power of coagulation and hemostasis.
Its use is indicated in the following cases:
- Biopsy (thorascoscopy lung biopsy)
- Pulmonary metastatic resection (open processes)
- Pleurodesis (thorascoscopia)
- Recurrent pneumothorax
- Sympathectomy (thoracoscopy)
- Chest wall tumor resection
- Wedge resection
Multidiode™ Surgical Series 4G obtains excellent results in the treatment of conditions requiring endoscopy such as:
- Tracheal and bronchial malignant disease
- Bronchial and tracheal fistula
- Non-malignant bronchial tracheal stenosis
- Scarring of bronchial and tracheal stenosis
Multidiode™ Surgical Series 4G allows efficient safe accurate thoracic procedures, reaching even the most difficult to access anatomical areas.
The high power and maximum precision of Multidiode™ Surgical Series 4G are combined into an excellent therapeutic tool for thoracic surgery. The platform offers multiple advantages:
- High power transmitted through fibers
- Minimally invasive procedures through endoscopes
- use of contact, non-contact and gaz cooled fibers
High-performance and multiple applications
INTERmedic’s surgical laser platform offers an unrivalled solution for a wide range of applications in Gynecology. Multidiode™ Surgical Series 4G is the surgical diode laser system with more indications of the market. Its versatility and adaptability makes it an ideal multidisciplinary tool for thoracic surgery and many other surgical procedures (abdominal, dermatology, ENT, Gastroenterology, laparoscopic surgery, neurosurgery, proctology, gynecology, pulmonology, urology and vascular surgery).
The advanced technology developed by INTERmedic after years of research results in an optimal surgical platform for coagulation, precise cutting and excellent ablation, thanks to its laser energy great capacity of penetration. Treatments are done in an outpatient procedure, sithout bleeding and with faster patient recovery.