• ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy
  • ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy

ConMed Beamer CE200 "Mate" with CB200 "Plus" Electrobisturi System for Endoscopy

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The Beamer CE200 was specifically designed for endoscopic use and offers multiple therapies from a single platform. Combining sophisticated technology with unrivalled ease of use, the Beamer CE200 assists in the delivery of outstanding clinical results whatever your level of expertise in electrosurgery. Integrating built in intelligence, innovation and an intuitive user interface, Beamer CE200 allows the quick selection of desired clinical effect, and delivers consistent repeatable clinical results.

The Beamer® CE200 features Automatic Cutting Effect (ACE) regulation that provides continuous monitoring of sparks around the active electrode and maintains the spark formation required for effective controlled cutting. Active in all Automatic Modes, ACE monitors and automatically adjusts voltage, spark and power. This results in the delivery of consistent, repeatable endoscopic cutting and hemostatic effects and removes the variability often seen in endoscopic applications of electrosurgery.

Argon Beam Coagulation (ABC) also called Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) is a non-contact coagulation method. ConMed ABC technology achieves enhanced clinical effectiveness by focusing radio frequency energy in a directional, non-contact, beam of argon gas. The result is faster hemostasis, a more homogeneous eschar, less tissue damage, and limited penetration depth when compared to conventional coagulation technologies.

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