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Our Electrocautery Services

Electrocautery is a medical procedure that uses a high-frequency electrical current to cut, coagulate, or remove tissue. This technique is commonly employed in various medical specialties, including dermatology, surgery, and gynecology. Electrocautery is particularly useful for procedures that require precision and control over bleeding.

Here’s how electrocautery treatment typically works:

Device and Current:

Electrocautery involves the use of an electrocautery machine, which delivers a high-frequency alternating current. The current passes through a metal electrode, generating heat.

Targeted Tissue:

The heat generated by the electrode is used to target specific tissues. Depending on the medical procedure, the objective may be to cut through tissue, coagulate blood vessels to reduce bleeding, or remove unwanted growths or lesions.

Cutting or Coagulation:
  • Cutting: In surgical procedures, the intense heat produced by the electrical current vaporizes the water content of cells, leading to precise cutting through the tissue.
  • Coagulation: When used to coagulate blood vessels, the heat helps seal the vessels, preventing excessive bleeding during surgery or other medical interventions.

    Dermatological Applications:

In dermatology, electrocautery is often utilized for:

  • Wart and Skin Tag Removal: Electrocautery can be employed to remove benign skin growths like warts and skin tags.
  • Sebaceous Hyperplasia Treatment: It can be used to treat sebaceous hyperplasia, a common skin condition characterized by enlarged oil glands.

Gynecological Applications:

In gynecology, electrocautery may be used during procedures such as:

  • Cervical Cone Biopsy: To remove a cone-shaped piece of tissue from the cervix for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
  • Endometrial Ablation: To treat abnormal bleeding by removing or destroying the endometrial lining of the uterus.

  • Precision: Electrocautery allows for precise tissue targeting, making it suitable for delicate procedures.
  • Reduced Bleeding: The coagulation effect helps minimize bleeding during surgery.
  • Quick Healing: As it involves cauterization, wounds often heal faster than with traditional scalpel procedures.

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