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Medtronic offers additional products for general surgery and surgical oncology, such as the Aquamantys® System and PEAK PlasmaBlade™ device.


The Aquamantys System from Medtronic Advanced Energy

The Aquamantys System and bipolar sealers feature innovative Transcollation® technology, a combination of radiofrequency (RF) energy and saline that provides hemostatic sealing of soft tissue and reduces transfusion rates when used during general surgery.1,* Our devices are commonly used in procedures such as liver resection, partial nephrectomy, and pancreatectomy procedures. The use of Transcollation technology results in less charring than other methods.

Learn more about the Aquamantys System and bipolar sealers with Transcollation technology for general surgery.

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Peak PlasmaBlade Device

PEAK PlasmaBlade Device for General Surgery

The PEAK PlasmaBlade Device for General Surgery

Based on innovative proprietary technology, the PEAK PlasmaBlade device is a tissue dissection system that represents an important advance in radiofrequency (RF) surgical technologies. PEAK PlasmaBlade devices offer the precise control of a scalpel and the bleeding control of traditional electrosurgery, without the extensive collateral tissue damage.1,*

The PEAK PlasmaBlade System is used in a variety of general surgery procedures, such as mastectomy, lumpectomy, quadrantectomy, axillary and sentinel lymph node dissection, and breast reconstruction.

Learn more about PEAK PlasmaBlade devices for tissue dissection in general surgery.


Performance has not been specifically established with all procedures.



Loh S, Chang E, Huang EJ et al. Comparison of surgical incisions with the PEAK PlasmaBlade, traditional electrosurgery, and a standard scalpel. J Plastic Recon Surg 2009; 124(6):1849-1859.

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Performance has not been specifically established in all procedures.



Geller DA, Tsung A, Maheshwari V, Rutstein LA, Fung JJ, Marsh JW. Hepatic resection in 170 patients using saline-cooled radiofrequency coagulation. HPB 2005; 7: 208–213.