By Georg Lajtai, Stephen J. Snyder, Gregory Applegate, Gernot Aitzetmüller, Christian Gerber
An authoritative textual content at the quite a few suggestions in arthroscopic surgical procedure of the shoulder joint. overseas specialists within the box hide the total spectrum of the cutting-edge. transparent and self-explanatory illustrations depict the operative tactics in a step by step demeanour. The authors converse counsel and tips hence permitting the reader to simply reproduce the techniques with the specified effects. via direct comparability among arthroscopic and MRI photos the doctor may be in a position to correlate the 2 and draw very important conclusions. one other concentration is put on post-operative MRI review. The reader is supplied with updated info and a precious consultant in his day-by-day regimen.
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7 Electricallnstruments in Arthroscopy Electrothermic energy is used in arthroscopy to cut tissue, to make it shrink or to stop bleeding [l-3, 7-9, 12, 16]. Nowadays, either radio waves of high frequency or laser are used for this purpose. Physiological saline or Ringer's solution is commonly needed in arthroscopic surgery. 4) . As a consequence of the application of high-frequency radio waves, intracellular molecules are made to oscillate, resulting in the generation of thermic energy. The advantage of bipolar electrodes lies in the more accurate control of the temperature during arthroscopic operations.
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