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Loop electrodes have the patented Safe-T-Gauge® which allows the clinician to set the maximum depth of excision

All loop and needle electrodes utilize high grade tungsten wire
Color coded for ease in identification
Single-use and disposable, preventing cross-contamination and ensuring consistent performance on every procedure
All electrodes utilize industry standard dimensions

Electrosurgical electrodes have been optimally designed for the specific requirements of specialized electrosurgery. Developed through exhaustive clinical analysis, the UtahLoop® round loop electrodes incorporate a 'Y' shaped shaft which provides greater loop support and increased visibility during the cutting procedure.



The UtahLoop® electrodes have the patented Safe-T-Gauge® which allows the clinician to set the maximum depth of excision, preventing excessive excising of tissue and provides support to the loop wire for greater strength and stability.


Tungsten Wire
All loop and needle electrodes utilize high-grade tungsten wire. Because it retains its mechanical properties at a higher temperature than stainless steel, tungsten maintains better shape and wire integrity throughout the excision procedure.


Color Coding
Our electrosurgical electrodes are individually color coded to help the clinician easily identify electrode dimensions during selection.


All our electrosurgical electrodes are single use, disposable. This prevents cross-contamination from patient to patient and ensures the highest level of performance for each procedure.


Standard Dimensions
Our electrodes all utilize the industry standard 3/32" diameter stainless steel shaft which allows easy connection to standard control pens. In addition, high-dielectric plastic insulation protects the patient and clinician from electric shock and burn.


External Lesion Electrodes (5.5 cm Shaft)
Our short shaft electrodes are ideal for controlled removal of external lesions, providing more utilization of office-based ESU's. Excision of lesions allows for dermatopathology of the specimen, which is not possible with ablative modalities such as cryotherapy.


C-LETZ® Conization Electrodes
Current excisional devices for managing deep endocervical CIN lesions lack the shape needed to preserve healthy cervical tissue. Cone biopsy morbidity appears to be related to the total amount of tissue excised, demonstrating that tissue-sparing excision techniques are important to improving clinical outcomes. Traditional "straight-wire" conization electrodes excise an excess of healthy tissue, which may compromise adequate cervical function.
Research has also shown that CIN involvement in most endocervical glands extends no more than 3.8 mm from the cervical surface. The C-LETZ® conization electrodes are designed from this research. Their patented contoured electrode shape removes a constant thickness specimen to ensure adequate removal of diseased tissue without risking excessive excision of healthy cervical tissue. The benefits are clear:

Potentially reduces the possibility of cervical stenosis
Potentially reduces recurrence and/or progression rates
Provides simultaneous hemostasis compared to cold knife conization






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