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What's the Harm? - December 2015 - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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TECHNOLOGY THAT STANDS THE TEST 2)|7,0( INNOVATION THAT IMPROVES PERFORMANCE. The Valleylab ™ energy portfolio VWDQGVIRUFRQƬGHQFHu\RXUV Better patient outcomes. That's what drives us. That's what has made us a global leader in electrosurgery for nearly 50 years — and what inspired us to create the original advanced monopolar waveform in 2007. That technology — Valleylab ™ mode electrosurgical waveform — continues to UHGHƬQHWKHVWDQGDUGRIHOHFWURVXUJLFDO performance through innovations like the Force TriVerse ™ electrosurgery device. For more information or to contact a local representative about the Force TriVerse ™ device and our comprehensive portfolio of world-class energy products, please visit medtronic.com/forcetriverse. The Valleylab ™ mode delivers a unique combination of monopolar hemostasis DQGGLVVHFWLRQ Compared to standard coagulation, WKDW|PHDQV|LW ơ Operates at a lower voltage which may result in reduced char 1,2 ơ Leads to reduced lateral thermal spread 1 ơ Produces less arcing 1 CONTROLLED %/((',1* ()),&,(17 ',66(&7,21 TECHNOLOGY THAT IMPROVES PERFORMANCE. 1. Based on internal test report #2-740-05, Product testing of the Valleylab ™ mode versus standard coagulation. 2007. 2. Based on internal test report #2-373-05, Product testing of the Valleylab ™ mode versus standard coagulation. 2007. © 2015 Medtronic. All rights reserved. Medtronic, Medtronic logo and Further, Together are trademarks of Medtronic. All other brands are trademarks of a Medtronic company. 11/2015 US150831 [REF#529184]

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