Diathermy

Surgical diathermy Diathermy machines were first introduced during the early twentieth century to facilitate haemostasis and/or the cutting of tissue during surgical procedures. This is achieved by passing normal electrical current via the diathermy machine and converting it into a high frequency alternating current. This produces heat within body tissues to coagulate bleeding vessels and…

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