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Novel Image-Guided Percutaneous Lung Tissue Excision Device with Integrated Sealing of Blood Vessels and Airways

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posted on 2024-02-08, 15:57 authored by Richard Fischel, Jorge E. Salazar

This video shows the preclinical use of the minimally invasive targeted resection (MiTR) system, a novel electrosurgical instrument that allows for targeted excision of a lung abnormality while using bipolar radiofrequency energy to seal blood vessels and airways.

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