Conization Electrode – Electro Surgical Instrument (RI-00375)

A Conization Electrode is a specialized surgical instrument employed in electrosurgery, specifically for conization procedures. Conization, also known as cervical conization or cone biopsy, is a surgical technique used to remove a cone-shaped wedge of tissue from the cervix for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes, often in cases of cervical dysplasia or cancer. The conization electrode is typically designed with a loop or ball-shaped tip that allows for controlled tissue removal through the application of electrical current. Surgeons use it to excise tissue with precision, minimizing blood loss and promoting quicker healing. The Conization Electrode is a critical tool in gynecological procedures, emphasizing the significance of electrosurgical precision in diagnosing and treating cervical conditions.