By: 10 July 2013

Often referred to as a Cold Coagulator, the device provides aimed and dosed coagulation of benign cervical lesions at a temperature between 60-120ºC.
This rapid, effective and well tolerated treatment has been established nearly three decades for:

  • Benign symptomatic cervical erosion
  • Chronic cervicitis
  • Cervical or vaginal endometriosis
  • Early stage CIN
  • Haemostasis of the cervix after conisation

The coagulator can also be used to harden delicate soft cells on the cervix which are prone to bleeding.

A choice of eight therapy probes is available which are sterilised by autoclaving.

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