An Israeli company has come up with a way to close incisions without stitches or staples, leaving a seamless closure.
Arutz Sheva - An Israeli company has come up with a way to close incisions without stitches or staples, leaving a seamless closure.
The technology, IonMed Plasma Tissue Welding, uses a cold plasma biowelding device called the BioWeld1. The system is designed and engineered to be reliable and easy to use. About the size of a shoebox, the device has a relatively small footprint. Intuitive; two different modes of operation. BioWeld1 has four main components: helium tank, main unit, hand-piece, disposable tip.
It is the first cold-plasma surgical system to reach advanced human clinical stages, and is expected to reach the market later this year.
Results from a clinical study led by Prof. Abrahamyan at the Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology in Yerevan, Armenia recently demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of the system. More