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Precise and controlled tissue removal using radio waves.

Radiosurgery is a useful addition to traditional surgical techniques. Radiosurgery is a specialized surgical technology that utilizes high-frequency radio waves to cut and coagulate (clot) tissue. It offers precise and controlled tissue removal and is commonly used for surgical procedures on dogs, cats, and exotic pets alike.

Use of our radiosurgery instruments is often indicated during any surgical procedure in which traditional surgical techniques are required. Some benefits of this surgery include:

  • Hemostasis

Radiosurgery provides exceptional hemostatic control through bipolar coagulation. This means it can quickly and effectively stop bleeding during surgery. This is especially important when operating on small animals, where precision is vital to minimize tissue damage and ensure a smooth recovery. 

  • Minimal Tissue Damage

Radiosurgery can minimize collateral tissue damage relative to traditional surgery with a scalpel and sterilized instruments. The precision of the radio waves ensures that only the targeted tissue is affected, leading to faster healing and reduced postoperative discomfort for your pets. 

  • Versatility

Radiosurgery equipment often includes a combination of cutting and coagulation functions, allowing veterinarians to switch between these modes as needed during surgery. 

This technology ensures your pets receive the highest standard of care, leading to faster recoveries and improved surgical outcomes. If you would like to learn more about how we use radiosurgery to benefit your pet, please don't hesitate to contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation.


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